Published: February 25, 2014
Format: ebook (99 pages)
Series: A Year of Weddings Novella
Origin: Publisher through NetGalley (egalley)
***Though the publisher provides the free ebook, I offer the opinion.***
Susanna Truitt has found her prince in Nathaniel II, but this fairytale is fraught with doubts and peril.
This royal had found Susanna in her own locale, but the wedding brings her to a new country. The pomp and circumstance that follows this engagement is heady, scary, and exciting, but as this prince is now to be king, a danger lurks inside this European country.
Brighton is a small country with some large politics, and without much notice, the Parliament makes a declaration.
Susanna has already given up her Georgia roots and moved countries away from her family. She’s been trained, molded, and tutored into a princess and then into a queen, but how can she give up her citizenship to her country to marry the man she loves? Is this situation a mere culmination of all the doubts that she’s been seized by? On the other hand, is this something she needs to retreat from?
When family gets sick and friends cannot come to her, Susanna has to make a choice, but it’s not the one most people would think to make. She’s willing to let go and let God even if it breaks her or Nathaniel’s heart to do it.
Once in Georgia, Susanna believes she’s done the right thing, but has she?
In A MARCH BRIDE by Rachel Hauck, you’ll be swept off your feet!
Susanna Truitt is a heroine that could be one of your best friends who is into some situations that you are ill-equipped to give advice on. However, you’ll want to help in her anyway we can just like the hometown characters in this book. From a distant land, I fell in love with Georgia and its people, but in Georgia, I fell hard for King Nathaniel.
King Nathaniel II is unpretentious and as confused and scared as his soon-to-be bride is. The pressures are growing on him just as his country teeters away from being the safety net it had always been for him and his family. Nevertheless, the pressure that comes upon the love of his life are too much for him to speak about. However, once she leaves the country he’s broken and is willing to do what he needs to bring her back to him.
Rachel Hauck’s A MARCH BRIDE starts out at the top of a princess and her castle story but develops into a fight or flight kind of love story with some amazing twists you’d never expect. This novella serves a dual purpose. It is a novella in the Year of Wedding series, but it is also a standalone continuation of the novel ONCE UPON A PRINCE by Rachel Hauck!