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  • MP3 CD
  • Publisher: Oasis Audio; MP3 Una edition (4 Feb. 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 161375566X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1613755662
  • Product Dimensions: 1.3 x 14 x 16.5 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)

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"I didn't just love this story, I wanted to dive in and live in it ... If you are looking for a book to get lost within, this is it!" "Hauck has created an enchanting novel featuring a charming hero and heroine." Booklist, Starred Review "Well-developed secondary characters are entertaining in their own right, adding a quirky touch (as do cameo-style appearances by real-life royals). Hauck fans will find a gem of a tale." Publishers Weekly, Starred Review "Once Upon a Prince is a modern-day fairy tale that's a delightful page turner full of fun, faith, and barbeque." CBA Retailers + Resources --This text refers to the Paperback edition.

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Rachel Hauck is a USA Today bestselling author. Her book, The Wedding Dress, was named Inspirational Novel of the Year by Romantic Times and a RITA finalist. Her book Once Upon A Prince was a Christy Award finalist. Rachel lives in central Florida with her husband and two pets and writes from her ivory tower. Visit her online at, Facebook: rachelhauck, Twitter: @RachelHauck. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.

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Format: Paperback
"Princess Ever After" picks up where "Once Upon a Prince" ends and focuses, not on the girl who marries Prince Nathaniel of Brighton (Susanna), but the girl who inherits the crown of the sister kingdom of Hessenberg. If she accepts the crown then Hessenberg becomes an independent country after a hundred years of the kingdoms being linked. If she refuses the crown then both kingdoms may descend into economic turmoil and civil unrest. No pressure, then, for the Florida girl who discovers one Friday night, over a box of pizza, that she's the princess!

The princess's name is Regina and, at the age of 29, she's restless in spite of her new-found freedom. She's finally left an accounting job she hated and has started a classic car restoration business. Everyone thinks there's more to life for her, but she's happy, so she's less than excited when she's told that she's Princess Regina of Hessenberg and that the destiny of Hessenberg lies in her hands. She has about to week to make a decision. Will she accept the crown of Hessenberg? What does she think of the handsome Minister of Culture who brought her the news? How can she trust God with all the changes that come with becoming a princess and falling in love?

I enjoyed "Princess" for what it is: a Christian fairytale for grown up girls who love Jesus. It's written by an American who has obviously spent a lot of time researching English and European culture and history but at the end of the day it's an American novel and an English reader is almost certain to giggle or roll their eyes about the way certain English concepts or words are used.
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Format: Kindle Edition
The World War 1 aspect of the story, was the most intriguing as the main storyline with Regina becoming a princess was predictable, I found the history aspect a big draw, and the mystery surrounding Tanner. I did love Regina as a character, I thought she was well written and had a lot of depth, and was just jumping off the page, although there where similarities between her and Mia from Princess Diaries.

The plot itself was fairly predictable, but the mystery of Tanner was expertly woven in and helped me keep reading, along with the World War 1 events, and the missing car. The story was fairly predictable except for the odd moment, but anyone concentrating while reading would have worked out things that took Regina most of the book to work out.

The little passages of text could have been worked in better, they came across as very random and just thrown in, but they did break up what was fast becoming a very bland and predictable story. It was a unique and interesting way to get across some information from the past, although some of the things conveyed we had already been told previously in the book, and seeing as these diary excerpts where for out benefit and not Regina's, they did seem very pointless and like extra padding for the story.

The God element of the story is what made me finally lose my patience with this book. While the story so far had been predictable and bland, it was still fairly enjoyable, but the sudden addition of all this God and religion talk, and the funny feeling and saying God had hidden the stable, really dropped this book in to the realm of ridiculous, and was very jarring to read it.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
I have conflicted feelings about Princess Ever After. 13 Mar. 2014
By Melanie - Published on
Format: Paperback
Princess Ever After, book two in The Royal Wedding Series, was what I expected - a nice contemporary read. Like the first book, I didn't love the story and some things in it I just didn't care for, but I still liked the book - even if it wasn't a favorite.

Sometimes the story was slow, and I could have easily set the book aside, other times it was quite interesting; so I have conflicted feelings about Princess Ever After. The characters were another aspect that gave me conflicting emotions - at times Regina and Tanner annoyed me very much, but then there were moments that I really liked them. :/

I was not a huge fan of the romance aspect in Princess Ever After. It seemed to move along too quickly and **possible spoiler**being in love was stated even before they were an actual couple.**end of possible spoiler** The other thing I didn't like was the scene where it's implied that someone who talked to Tanner was God Himself.

There were things I liked: the whole princess aspect and modern-day fairy tale - that was fun! I also enjoyed some parts of Regina's tomboy personality and how she stayed true to herself/style while transitioning to being the princess. Oh, and I loved the letters from Regina's Gram - they were so interesting to read!

So, as I stated above, while I didn't love Princess Ever After, I did still like the book. This was a tough review for me to write, mainly because my thoughts on it are all over the place and hard to articulate. I know several bloggers who really loved this book, so you might be someone who'll enjoy it more than I did and maybe the things that frustrated me won't bother you at all. I don't know if I'll read the next book in this series or not - I guess it'll depend on who it's about. ;)

*Disclosure of Material Connection: I received one or more of the products or services mentioned above for free in the hope that I would mention/review it on my blog. I was not required to give a positive review, only my honest opinion - which I've done. All thoughts and opinions expressed are my own and I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.*
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Another sweet read in this royal wedding series. 16 Feb. 2014
By DCT - Published on
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This is my second read by this author, and I was drawn to this series after reading Once Upon a Prince, book 1 in this series; I picked it up when in was a deal of the day and enjoyed it, so I wanted to continue with this series. What girl does not love a good Princess story, especially when it is a involves an everyday girl next door; and it is even better, when a sweet romance ensures. This is a Christian based story, and there were subtle references to scripture and faith through out the book; this author is also gifted at all the historical feel of the premise of the backdrop of the story. She makes the whole legacy and background of the royal lineage seem plausible and believable. I also liked that Tanner had made mistakes in his past, that did not mark his future and deemed him still able to find love and happiness in his present and future. The romance was sweet, and was a nice way to spend a lazy Saturday afternoon.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Another gem from her pen! 17 Feb. 2014
By Sue - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
Another great book from a great author! I thoroughly enjoyed Princess Ever After!!

It is a delightful story, of fairy tale style, but with real-life truths that I can use in my own life, reminding me that “fear is a blinder” and when we find ourselves in a situation we never expected, we do have the option to “start digging around in the rubble to find the gems.”

As with every good story, there are doubts, danger, unexpected enemies, good friends, and a happy ending. I love Hauck’s style, and this is another gem from her pen. This is one story you won’t want to miss.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Modern Day Fairy Tale 15 Feb. 2014
By Leigh - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Rachel Hauck is quickly climbing to the top of my favorite authors category. Her books are well written with solid characters, but they also include spiritual depth. That's what I look for in a Christian Fiction novel.

Princess Ever After is the second in the Royal Weddin Series. Reggie is finally living her dream of restoring classic cars when Tanner shows up with a surprising message: Reggie isn't just a good Southern girl. She's a princess, and claiming her heritage will save a kingdom. Is Reggie up for the challenge?

One of the things I enjoyed about this book is the way it explores that we are meant for more. After learning she's a princess, Reggie has to decide if she can ever go back to her own life. That's so much the question for us at times--are we going to live like who we are as children of God? The themes ar e there, but I didn't find it preachy. There are great things to discuss as part of a book club, but at the same time it's a very enjoyable novel.

I'd recommend this book to anyone who enjoys Christian romance. It might be helpful to read the first book in the series first, but it's not necessary. This book stands fairly well as a stand-alone.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Good if you Love Fairy Tales 24 Feb. 2014
By Mikeylynn - Published on
Format: Paperback
I like Rachel Hauck as an author, though I hadn't read the first book in this series. I have read a few of her other books and enjoyed those. This book is pretty much like the Princess Diaries only the leading lady is a mechanic who loves working on cars. This story was incredibly slow for me and I really didn't enjoy the romance as much as I had hoped. The ending is not shocking, while the main plot is all rather predictable. I do enjoy fairy tales but I like it when they aren't so predictable. Fairy tale lovers will most definitely enjoy this book. While I enjoyed the parts about Regina's trust in God, the overall book was not my favorite.

See what else Rachel has written on her website.

"I received this book from Litfuse for free in exchange for an honest review."
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