Susanna Truitt is about to marry King Nathaniel II of Brighton Kingdom.
In the busyness of training to be royalty, learning her duties and the
kingdom's business as well as getting to know the people, Susanna begins
to have doubts about whether an ordinary Georgian girl has any right to
marry a king, especially when things are not going as planned.
Nathaniel's attention seems to be on everything else except her. Has he
changed his mind? Now Parliament has decreed that Susanna must renounce
her US citizenship before the wedding. Nathaniel loves Susanna and would
do anything for her. He knows what marrying him means and all she'll be
giving up for him. Susanna decides to return home to St. Simon's
Island, Georgia to try to work through her niggling doubts. Nathaniel's
not sure she'll ever return. After much contemplation he puts together a
plan to once again win over the heart of the only woman he's ever
I LOVED this very contemplative yet deeply romantic tale.
We first met Susanna in 'Once Upon a Prince' and 'A March Bride' picks
up where that left off. I was completely enthralled in the story and
just about read it completely in one sitting. It's one of those stories
that just draws you in completely and holds you there until the very
end. What would it be like to marry a king? What are all the emotions
surrounding that situation. It sounds like the stuff dreams are made of
but is it really? You could certainly understand Susanna's reservations.
What would you do if you were in her shoes? I absolutely loved
Nathaniel. He was truly a prince of a king!!! There was some great
spiritual wisdom tucked inside this wonderful story. You really have to
read it to fully appreciate it. I hated to see it end but I must say,
it's one I will definitely read again. I would love to see a story about
Nathanial's brother, Colin and Susanna's sister, Avery, hint - hint!!!
There was enough background given that you could enjoy this as a
stand-alone but for a richer experience I would encourage you to read
'Once Upon a Prince' first. Need a quick romantic get-away? Then grab
your latte, a comfortable chair and sit back, relax and enjoy the
first-class trip! I know I did!
*This complimentary copy was provided by Zondervan through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review*
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