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1,298 Seiten
17 Stunden
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Freigegeben:
Apr 21, 2015
ISBN:
9780310344049
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Now Available in One Volume - The Royal Wedding Collection by Rachel Hauck

Once Upon a Prince

A royal prince. An ordinary girl. An extraordinary royal wedding.

Princess Ever After

Regina Beswick was born to be a princess. But she’s content to be a small-town girl, running a classic auto restoration shop, unaware a secret destiny awaits her.

How to Catch a Prince

An American heiress and a crown prince seem destined to be together. Will the devastation of war keep them apart forever?

 

Herausgeber:
Freigegeben:
Apr 21, 2015
ISBN:
9780310344049
Format:
Buch

Über den Autor

Rachel Hauck is the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and USA TODAY bestselling author of The Wedding Dress, which was also named Inspirational Novel of the Year by Romantic Times and was a RITA finalist. Rachel lives in central Florida with her husband and pet and writes from her ivory tower. Visit her online at RachelHauck.com; Facebook: RachelHauck; Twitter: @RachelHauck; Instagram: @rachelhauck.

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  • (4/5)
    This was a good conclusion to the trilogy. I enjoyed the suspense of this story. It kept my attention better than the first two books.
  • (5/5)
    It is a present day princess fairy tale story, so if things seem to good to be true, remember it is a fairy tale story and just enjoy! This story for me was just endearing and special and I liked it slightly more than the other stories in this series. Can easily be a stand alone book, but the 'Royal Wedding Series' is so good I encourage you to read them in order because you will occasionally meet people from the other stories in this one.Corina Del Rey thought her dream life ended 5 years ago when her twin brother died in the war and her secretly married prince husband asked for an annulment. Now she is just existing, trying to find meaning to her life. But Prince Stephen of Brighton comes back into her life and tells her the annulment never went through and he needs her to sign the papers and be done with their marriage once and for all. Corina won't sign until she finds out the details of her brother's death. That is the one thing Prince Stephen can't (or won't) give her and the one thing he can't get over. The problem here is that both parties still love each other, but there is a lot of "stuff" that needs to come out in the open and hurts need to be dealt with and forgiveness found before these two can get back together. Corina is told to "love well" and she does such a good job of doing that. I loved watching this beautiful romance re-ignite between these two very precious people. With a little 'heavenly help' Corina will learn 'how to catch a prince' all over again.
  • (5/5)
    Christian Romance contemporary5 stars ***** out of 5This is fairly tale at its best! A bit of a switch from what we expect from one, but a feel good story, with enough heart break to make a good ending. But having read some other books that Rachel has written, I know she did not write this just that those girls who are waiting for their prince can have good dreams. And there are numerous awesome quotes that I was tempted to share here, not just for those girls, but also for the rest of us. I may use them at another time, but for now I will say you will find the yourself as you read this. Anyone who still has a life to live. The recurring theme is to love well, and the Corina proceeds to learn through others advice as well as her own insights to do just that.Another theme is about forgiving oneself. That may be one that most of us struggle with as we look back on some things where we wish we had acted or reacted differently. Stephen shares his journey in a profound way. The story is cleverly crafted, and the scenes so vividly portrayed that I felt I walked the myself. Great novel! This is part of a series, in that you visit the kingdom throughout the books, as well as interact with the characters, but it is not necessary to read the others to enjoy this one!Thank you to Amy Lathrop at Litfuse Publicity Group and TNZfiction for the opportunity to read this book. I was given a free book in exchange for an honest review. A positive critique was not required. The opinions stated are my own.
  • (1/5)
    DNF. I wish I could have enjoyed this novel as much as I did the first two in this series, but I just couldn't. The buildup was to slow for me to enjoy and I really didn't like the "main secondary" characters.

    But as it's a sequel I hope other fans of this series will enjoy it more so than I did.
  • (4/5)
    Let me first say that Rachel Hauck is my go-to author for contemporary romance. Her writing is fresh and her characters are engaging and endearing. I loved the first two books in The Royal Wedding Series, Once Upon A Prince and Princess Ever After. And while I finally got around to liking How to Catch A Prince, it was at first a slow go for me. Still it is a great book for those who like fairytale romance with a big happy ending.Corina Del Rey is as close to a princess as America gets. She is the daughter of a fabulously wealthy family and is smart, beautiful and successful in her own right. Yet circumstances of her brother’s death in Afghanistan and the prince she was forced to leave have left her empty and hurt for the past five and a half years. Stephen Stratton, Prince of Brighton, has grieved since the day he was injured and his closest mates were killed. The enormity of the event and his role in it have left him certain of his unfitness as a man and husband. A long hidden, but not forgotten, wedding certificate surfaces to plunge him back on the road to life.As I said, How to Catch A Prince was slow in developing for me. It may be because the heroine, Corina, is not someone I could easily identify with. This jet-setting heiress, albeit sweet and faith-filled, didn’t seem to be a regular gal like Susanna and Regina from the previous books. She was described as a perfect fit for the royal family, which left me feeling bad for the King’s wife who has down-home charm to spare. But as the story progressed I warmed to Corina and her lost prince, Stephen. I think that is due in great part to the fairytale elements that are inserted into the novel after Corina’s arrival in Brighton Kingdom. Two angelic characters lightened and deepened the mood of the book. I loved the messages of loving well and serving in order to lead – a demonstration of the greatest commandment. There is also the message of being unworthy/worthy of salvation that Hauck explores through Stephen’s character. So while I was a bit ho-hum with the first two-thirds of the book, I was cheering along as Corina and Stephen reestablished and solidified their relationship. And in a world where marriages are discarded like yesterday’s news, it is refreshing to have a book where a character never loses sight of her commitment even when hope seems lost.So while this might not be my favorite of the series, How to Catch A Prince is, after all, a recommended read.Recommended.Audience: older teens and adults.(Thanks to LitFuse for a review copy. All opinions expressed are mine alone.)
  • (5/5)
    Corina live is devastated from a life she use to know. It all ended the day her twin brother Carlos died. See can not make sense to why her love left and wanted to their marriage to end. Her parents are lost and grieving their son's death. Her friend Gigi ask her to come work for her and live in Florida.

    Prince Stephen is dealing with injury and trying to seem to forget and live a life he feel he could not have. When once day his brother King Nathaniel discovers Stephen secret before the war. Stephen want to leave it be. Though he find out something that he thought was over.

    Things start get interesting and there are twists and turns with each turn of a page. There mystery though out the book. There a place that seem to be a mystery to everyone and only two people can see it. But how is that and no one can see it. Corina and Stephen are quite two that can see this hotel, that Corina is stay while in Cathedral City. What a story of a journey that will be leaving you in what can happen and be found again.