Review: A Royal Christmas Wedding by Rachel Hauck

A Royal Christmas Wedding by Rachel Hauck
Royal Wedding, Book 4 (Novella)
Zondervan, 2016

From the moment Avery and Colin met in Once Upon A Prince, I wanted more of their story. A couple of years later, and I was delighted to learn we would finally be getting it. Add in the Christmas season, and you get a delightful novella filled with Brighton tradition and renewed love.

Avery and Colin broke up five years ago. They were too young and lived too far apart to make things work. But five years later, neither of them has truly moved on, and who’s to say they were supposed to? This is a love story of second chances and risking your heart… again.

The story revolves around the Harvest Celebration tradition in Brighton, where a man rings the chapel bell at midnight, thereby declaring his love for the woman he intends to marry- on Christmas Day. And let’s just say, I LIKED IT. There is more to the tradition, but suffice it to say, it’s swoon-worthy.

A favorite scene in the novella was when Avery threw a cupcake at Colin (for charity, of course). Inevitably, a crowd formed, and everyone got in line for the chance to throw a cupcake at him. And that’s how you end up with a frosting-covered prince.

Anyone who loved the series will enjoy revisiting Brighton and these characters in this new addition to The Royal Wedding Series from Rachel Hauck. I felt like I had stepped back into a familiar setting, which perfectly blends down-to-earth goodness with a twist of the magical.

Who doesn’t like a story that ends in happily ever after?

*I received this book from the publisher in exchange for my honest review. All opinions expressed are my own.*

Interested in the series? Check out my reviews for all three books:

Once Upon a Prince | Princess Ever After | How to Catch a Prince

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