A March Bride by Rachel Hauck
A Year of Weddings Novella
If you read Once Upon a Prince, this novella is a must-read! In A March Bride, Susanna and Nathaniel return as they prepare for their upcoming nuptials. Of course, I loved this novella, probably because Once Upon a Prince is currently my favorite contemporary novel, and I’ve been dying to read more about this couple.
Three weeks until the wedding, and Susanna gets news that, after everything she has already done to become the princess of another nation, it is not enough; they want more. Her citizenship, to be specific. And not just that, but also to renounce her American citizenship. Sounds a little extreme, no? That revelation would cause you to have doubts, too, right? Right. So, of course, Susanna is rocked by this last hurdle that separates her from marrying the man she loves.
Susanna must decide if she is willing to give everything up. And Nathaniel is desperate to do anything to keep her. Will their love withstand this last obstacle? Can Nathaniel prove his love is strong and enduring?
Again, I loved this novella. It is a short and sweet story, and there is, of course, a promised happy ending.
Rating: 4 stars
Summary (taken from Rachel Hauck’s website):
In A March Bride by award-winning author Rachel Hauck, Susanna Truitt (Once Upon A Prince) is three weeks from marrying her prince, King Nathaniel II of Brighton Kingdom.
But when a final request comes from the government for her to renounce her American citizenship, couple with the lack of attendance to her wedding by family and friends, doubt seeds her heart. Is this God’s plan for her?
Losing Susanna is Nathaniel’s greatest fear. Marrying a king means her life will never be her own — right down to her very identity.
When she travels home to Georgia before the wedding, Nathaniel is unsure she’ll return. Gathering his courage, he devices a plan to win his bride all over again and prove her heart is the “kingdom” which he treasures above all.
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