Waiting on Wednesday: Princess Ever After

"Waiting On" Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted by Breaking the Spine, that spotlights upcoming releases that we're eagerly anticipating.

There are so many books I can't wait to read!!! I actually just scheduled a ton of WOW's. There will probably be quite a few that others have already featured, but I still want to share all these great up-and-coming books with you!

Here is a Christian Contemporary Romance book that I can't wait to read! Princess Ever After is the second book in this series of modern-day fairy tales.

Princess Ever After
Princess Ever After
(Royal Wedding #2)
by Rachel Hauck
Christian Contemporary Romance
January 1st 2014 by Zondervan


Goodreads summary:

Regina Beswick is all about restoring old cars. But when Tanner Burkhardt asks her to restore an old nation, she must decide which destiny to follow. Regina Beswick never dreamed of faraway places. She is happy with her life as a classic car mechanic and owner of a local restoration shop. But the fairytale book, drawn by her great-grandma, makes her wonder if she’s destined for greatness.

Tanner Burhardt, Minister of Culture for Hossenberg, believes Miss Beswick is the least likely candidate to be his country’s long-lost princess. It’s up to him to transform the strong-willed Southern girl into a reigning royal if he wants to save his nation. As Regina and Tanner return to Hessenberg to fulfill their destinies, Regina quickly learns that someone playing princess isn’t what’s needed. This is a full-time role for a nation on the brink of financial destruction.

Unprepared for the responsibilities of running a country, Regina must look deep into herself and trust God if she is to fulfill her true destiny.

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Is this on your can't-wait-for list too? What are you waiting on?








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