The Royal Wedding Series
SUMMARY: Regina Beswick didn't know she was born a princess.
She's content to be a small-town girl, running a classic auto restoration shop, unaware that a secret destiny awaits her. One that will leap from the pages of her grandmother's hand-painted book of fairy tales.
Tanner Burkhardt is the stoic Minister of Culture for the Grand Duchy of Hessenberg. When he is tasked to retrieve the long-lost princess, he must overcome his fear of failure in order to secure his nation's future - and his own.
Yet lurking in the political shadows is a fierce opponent with sinister plans to abolish the throne forever.
Overwhelmed with opposition, Regina must decide whether she's destined to restore old cars or an ancient nation. Together - with a little divine intervention - Regina and Tanner discover the truth of her heritage and the healing power of true love.
REVIEW: I like this book! Regina is so cool!! Even though she has struggled with finding out she is a true princess, she has been preparing for this role all her life. Regina relies on her faith in God more and more as she has to make tough decisions. I like how, once she goes to Hessenberg, she starts to heal a split between factions - one side wanting to return as a duchy; the other, wanting the stay as a protectorate of the kingdom of Brighton - without even trying.
The only thing that I found disappointing was that it left out the events of her coronation and the first year of her rule. Even though it would have added more to the story, I would have loved to see how Regina continues to adjust to being a royal and how the people react and respond to her rule.
I really enjoyed this book!! Reading it makes me want to read the first one and any others this author writes.
This book was provided by Litfuse Publicity Group for review without compensation.
Rachel Hauck, a RITA Finalist and Carol Award winner, was recently chosen by Family Fiction readers as one of the top five romance authors in CBA. Rachel lives in central Florida with her husband and writes from her ivory tower.