Tuesday, February 18, 2014
Litfuse Review: Princess Ever After by:Rachel Hauck
About the Book:
Regina Beswick never dreamed of faraway places. She’s happy with her life as a classic car mechanic and owner of a restoration shop.
But an unexpected visitor and the discovery of a fairytale, drawn by her great-grandma, causes Regina to wonder if she might be destined for something more.
Tanner Burkhardt, Minister of Culture for the Grand Duchy of Hessenberg, must convince the strong-willed Southerner, Miss Beswick, that she is his country’s long-lost princess. Failure could destroy his reputation and change his nation forever.
As Regina and Tanner face the challenges before them, neither are prepared for love to invade their hearts and change every thing they believe about themselves.
However, when a royal opponent nearly destroys Regina’s future, she must lean into God and trust He has sovereignly brought her to her true and final destiny.
About the Author:
RITA Finalist and Carol Award winner Rachel Hauck was recently chosen by Family Fiction readers as one of the top five romance authors in CBA. She has written more than fifteen novels, including the acclaimed Songbird novels with multi-platinum country singer Sara Evans. Rachel lives in central Florida with her husband, and writes from her ivory tower (her office really is in a tower, and it's painted ivory!).
Regina loves to be hands deep in oil doing the one thing she loves, restoring classic cars. Thats the only thing she wants to do until she dies, but her best friend, Mark has other ideas. He doesn't like the idea of her beautiful self doing something made for men to do. She's not only smart and beautiful but she also has a way with people. Mark thinks the would make a great power couple, but Reg has other ideas. Why doesn't he understand that to her he is just a friend and she loves to work on cars? What's so hard about that?
Tanner must find the long-lost and last princess. And he can't fail, his nation counts on it. But upon arriving at this princess's home, he finds something that would be anything but princess material. Though she had breath-taking beauty, she likes to be under a car changing the oil. What will she do when she's in a royal gown? She surely can't do that. Tanner must stay strong through the accusations of this being a prank. He must bring Regina to the palace, even if she is kicking and screaming, if not to honor the king, but for the nation.
**Disclosure** This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review from Litfuse Publicity.