Thursday, February 13, 2014

Princess Ever After By Rachel Hauck: Book Review $200 Visa Card Giveaway & Facebook Party on 3/6!

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Princess Ever After By Rachel Hauck is part of the Royal Wedding Series.  Now I have not had a chance to read the first book in the series but I was pretty good at starting here at the second book.  This is definitely more of a fantasy type of book and that is fun to read sometimes too.

Regina Beswick is the main character.  She did a bit of a 360 recently and left a fantastic job to run a classic auto repair shop.  Things were looking good but then this man Tanner Burkhardt arrives in town with with paperwork that says she is a princess.  He is the Minister of Culture of Hessenberg. Very fantasy and fun.  Of course paperwork is found in her parent's attic that attests to the truth of this possibility. As the long-lost princess, she is the one who can save the nation of Hessenberg.

Rachel and Tanner Burkhardt get to know one another as he helps her save the nation of Hessenberg....of course she agrees and returns there. They develop a relationship and well, I don't want to give it all away. It is fun and light and kind of mystical...lots of fantasy.

I love sweet fantasies like the one that Rachel Hauck has crafted with princesses and tiaras.  It is a real Cinderella tale! I really enjoyed the main character Regina.  She always stayed true to herself even when she was placed into these unbelievable situations that might have tested another kind of person. She maintained her confidence even when she found out her true heritage as a princess.  The book delivers a strong religious theme where Regina leaves her trust in G-d which is a nice base.   She learns from past mistakes and decisions and looks to G-d to make sure she is living her life in the right way even with the men that are a critical part of the storyline like Tanner.   I enjoyed the way the whole story came together from her Gramma all the way to becoming the long lost princess of Hessenberg.

Rachel Hauck is celebrating the release of her latest "swoon"-worthy romance,  Princess Ever After, with a fun $200 "Princess" prize package giveaway and a Facebook "Princess" party on March 6th. Grab your tiaras and RSVP today!


  One winner will receive:
  • A $200 Visa cash card (buy your very own "princess ever after" gown or tanks of gas for your "royal" ride)
  • Princess Ever After, Once Upon a Prince, and The Wedding Dress by Rachel Hauck
Enter today by clicking one of the icons below. But hurry, the giveaway ends on March 6th. Winner will be announced at Rachel's "Princess" Facebook Party on March 6th. Connect with Rachel for an evening of "royal" book chat, princess-themed trivia, laughter, prizes, and an exclusive look at the next book in the Royal Wedding series!

So grab your copy of Princess Ever After and join Rachel and friends on the evening of March 6th for a chance to connect and make some new friends. (If you haven't read the book, don't let that stop you from coming!)

Don't miss a moment of the fun; RSVP todayTell your friends via FACEBOOK or TWITTER and increase your chances of winning. Hope to see you on the 6th!

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