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How to Catch a Prince Book Giveaway



Today, there is a copy of How to Catch a Prince up for grabs on the blog (they'll be one more giveaway later this week before we end this string of giveaways). If you'd like a chance to read this novel - guys, it's wonderful - you can enter as many or as few entries as you like into the Rafflecopter below. Before we get to that, here are the usual listing of RULES and the book's synopsis.

This giveaway(s) is open to all readers (but if you enter and DO NOT have a U.S. address, you will be accepting a Kindle copy,  for U.S. readers a paperback is available if they prefer). I do ask that anyone who leaves a comment under "anonymous," please leave the same name you enter into the widget in your comment - it's not nearly as easy to try and match comments when there is no name and in fairness to everyone else, I want to be able to be sure everyone who used the Rafflecopter correctly has a fair chance at winning against those who abuse it - believe it or not, there have been a couple people that I could not verify. So please, I don't mean to overwhelm, but just keep this in mind when entering future giveaways. I'd sure appreciate it! Winner(s) will have 48 hours to respond to the email notification before another winner is randomly chosen.

To be entered in the giveaway, just enter as much or as little as you like into the Rafflecopter widget... and good luck everyone! The giveaway ends on February 26th.


 
Prince Stephen came to America to escape responsibility. But what he found complicates his life more than ever.

Corina Del Rey is happy with her life in Melbourne, Florida. She spends her days engrossed in her career as a journalist and has her sights set on climbing the corporate ladder if for no other reason, to distract herself from her dissolving family. But when she is confronted with the past she fought so hard to put behind her, she struggles to make sense of her future.

Prince Stephen of Brighton Kingdom has moved on since the tragic death of his buddies in Afghanistan. A star professional rugby player, he has no intention of looking over his shoulder at what could ve been.

But when a notice arrives in the mail requiring his and his wife s appearance before the courts to dissolve their marriage, he must deal with the questions rumbling around in his heart. He thought his marriage had been annulled long ago, but his memories of Corina Del Rey remain close. Does he still love her? Can he even find her? Above all, can he tell her the truth about that fateful night in Afghanistan seven years ago? If he does, he might really lose her forever." - Goodreads
 
 
How to Catch a Prince is in stores February 24th


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70 comments

  1. I don't have to totally guess how I'd feel to find out I have/had royal family. Over the last year I've discovered that I actually have a lot of royal ancestors. It was definitely shocking and incredible.... and pretty hilarious. It's a crazy thing, but it's kinda fun. It would be totally crazy though to find out that I was closely related to current royals though (I am actually uber uber distantly related to the current British royal family. I doubt I'll be invited to any family reunions though! 😉)

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    1. That's cool, Amy! My mom and I have talked about looking into our family history (just for fun), but never have. Now days, it sounds easy though with all of the programs out there. Sounds like you had a fun time looking into your history. :)

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    2. You should do it sometime! Ancestry.com makes it pretty easy (though it can also get exhausting... all those names and dates start to run together!). It's definitely a lot of fun!

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    3. That sounds fun. I have heard of Ancestry and in fact, that might be the service I've heard advertised that sparked the inters. It might be fun to work on it to get things started, then take a break and go back to it here and then. Sounds like it'd be a great project and resource to have. :)

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    4. That's cool. My mom likes to use the FamilyTreeMaker software

      voronochka262@gmail.com

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    5. Good to know, Evie - thank you! It sounds like making a family tree or finding our family history might be a fun task. :)

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  2. Since I first heard about this book, I wanted to read it! Hurray for Rissi and her fabulous giveaways!!

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    1. It's really sweet, Raquel - as are the first two in the series. Best of luck and thanks for joining in! :)

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  3. I'm not sure how I would react if I found out I had royal family! Probably would be speechless and a little nervous since I know nothing about royalty. Thanks for the giveaway and I'm about to start reading "Becoming a Spiritually Healthy Family"!

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    1. Same here. Actually, I'd likely make of fool of myself. ;)

      Thank you for joining in the fun, Laura! :)

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  4. Currently reading the Rock Harbor series by Colleen Coble. So far, I am really enjoying them.

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    1. I've been meaning to read that series! Colleen is a great author, so I'm confident those books are equally wonderful reads. Glad you're liking them, Melissa. :)

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  5. If I found out that I was close to a royal family I think I would be so excited. And the book that I am reading is called Angles Walking by Karen Kingsbury.
    oh.hello.hiya@gmail.com

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    1. I'd probably just think it was some kind of prank... then freak out. Not in a good way. ;)

      Thanks for joining the fun, Danie - and good luck. :)

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    1. My pleasure, Rachel. Thank you for this wonderful series! :)

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  7. Love Rachel Hauck's books!!! I'm currently reading Pursuit of Justice by DiAnn Mills.

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    1. As do I, Karry. They're always great reads. :)

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  8. I just finished Susan Warren's latest. Now I'm impatient waiting for the next one!

    Hoping for a win!!!!

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    1. Aw, I love Susan's novels as well. They're beautifully real and emotional.

      Best of luck, Kate.

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  9. I've preordered but if I win, I can give my copy to a little old lady in our church who lives on a fixed income and loves to read.

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    1. Sounds like a great idea, Susan. :)

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  10. Book sounds interesting. Would love to win.

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    1. This is a great read, Charlotte. Best of luck. :)

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  11. I really enjoy Rachel's books. Thank you for your commitment to writing good fiction.

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  12. I forgot to answer the question! I am currently reading Do You Know Who I Am? By Angela Thomas. It is non-fiction.

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    1. I do too, Wendy. Rachel does a splendid job at crafting all of her stories. :)

      Enjoy your current read.

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  13. I have been researching or family history and I think we are related to some Scottish royalty - way, way, way back. I was totally excited to find that out! I'm not sure if I would like to be related to royalty in recent times though. Thanks for the giveaway!!

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    1. That's fun! It's cool to make those kind of connections. I like to do that even with period films that detail the reign of former royals. I remember making some fun connections with people down Queen Victoria's line. I've not looked into my own history/family background, but it sounds fun. :)

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  14. I love this series and can't wait to read this book!

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    1. Hope you enjoy it, Kathy. I thought it was lovely. :)

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    1. I think you'll really enjoy it. Especially if you like fairytales.

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  16. I'm reading Get Cozy Josey by Susan May Warren, and it's making me want to move to Russia.

    Evie M. voronochka262@gmail.com

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    1. I read some of those a long time ago. I remember thinking they were cute, but to be honest, I don't think I finished the books.

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  17. Love, love, love this series!

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  18. If I was related to royalty, I would hope it would be way high in my family tree. I don't like the limelight. But, I wouldn't mind Disney royalty... Belle always had her nose stuck in a book, too.

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    1. There you go. I like that notion - Belle gets the awesome library too. Makes me think she'd be a great princess to be. :)

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  19. Love Rachael’s books. Thanks, Rachael for listening to your heart.

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  20. I would love to read one of Rachel's books. I don't think I have as of yet. I am currently reading "The Last Heiress" by Mary Ellis.

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    1. Rachel's novels are always lovely. This series in particular has been one of my favorites. :)

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  21. I am currently reading My Foolish Heart by Susan May Warren, but am looking forward to reading How to Catch a Prince as soon as I finish!

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    1. Yay! My Foolish Heart is one of my favorite novels. :)

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  22. Working at the World's largest genealogy facility, I can say I have seen others who have made that discovery. They are beyond elated, because then they usually can trace their roots much farther than us "average Joes" I do have some important and interesting people on my personal lines and that of my grandkids and I have to admit that there is a little more than a wee bit of pride that results there. But the IMPORTANT thing is not who your ancestors were but who you are and the type of person you are.

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    1. Well said, Sonja! I agree. :) It is important who we are. We should always strive to be the person we know God intended.

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  23. To find out I was a part of a royal family would be absolutely hilarious! I think I would be considered the part that came from the wrong side of the tracks. Definitely not sophisticated enough. ...

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  24. I love your books, can't wait to read this one!

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    1. Well, it's a fun plot to read about Cindi. :) I do love stories like Princess Diaries or Rachel's series, though like you, I'd likely feel like I couldn't touch anything or say everything for fear of doing something wrong.

      Glad you enjoy Rachel's books - she does have so many fabulous stories. :)

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  25. I think if I found out I was in a royal family I'd feel a lot like the character from the last book, very reluctant to believe it and even more reluctant to let it change my lifestyle. I'm thankful to be living where I am, doing the ministries I am.
    As for what I'm reading... where do I begin? I've read and reviewed 50 books so far this year! I guess, I am in the middle of one nonfiction book: Motivate Your Child from The Biblical Parenting organization. The most recently finished was Danny Orlis and the Strange Forest Fires - can't recommend this enough! Every Christian should read these old books and follow the main character's example - he is a BOLD evangelist!

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    1. That's a great way of looking at this. No matter what happens, it's important that we don't let it change us in some ways. Sometimes change is good, but in this instance, you are right. We shouldn't let it change us.

      Wow. 50 books!? That's awesome. I doubt I've read half that amount. :D

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  26. I really enjoyed the first two books in this series and am looking forward to reading How to Catch a Prince.

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    1. Awesome. Hope you enjoy How to Catch a Prince, Pam. :)

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  27. Someone else commented on reading the Rock Harbor Mystery series by Colleen Coble....I too am just finishing the last book. I think so far it's the best one! I will miss the characters once I close that last page!! But I have a million-in-a-half (ok so I exaggerate a bit) other books waiting to be picked up & paid attention to, lol! And probably another million-in-a-half Kindle ones to boot...whew....I will be a really old lady by the time I finish...hahaha!!
    How to Catch a Prince sounds intriguing! I've heard rumors that we have royalty in our family tree somewhere but I've also heard we are somehow related to John Wilkes Booth, you know that guy who assassinated President Lincoln (yikes!). You never know what you will dig up when you start investigating your ancestors!
    Ok so enough rambling here, thank you for the chance to win a copy of your book, it really does sound like quite a good read. I've enjoyed your little blog here & learning a bit about you! Blessings to you and yours!

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    1. Oh, yes! I understand that exaggeration though, Trixi. Sometimes it feels like there are that many books to read. My 2015 reading goal is to be a more "responsible" reader/blogger. I often get myself on too many tours or request too many review books and it gets overwhelming. Because of this, I don't allow for "breaks" in my review TBR where I could read the books I own on my shelf. That way I have review reading and can cut down on my just-for-fun books. Once upon a time I was able to do this. Just have to figure out how I managed it. :D

      Thank you for commenting and joining the fun, Trixi. It's always fun to meet blog readers. :)

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  28. Rachel is a dear friend of mine. I have read all of her books. She writes her heart into every one. I am excited about reading her newest one.

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    1. That's wonderful, Bonnie. I've loved every book I've read by Rachel, so I'm definitely glad these novels are doing so well. :)

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  29. I don't think I'd want to be part of a royal family. Too many expectations and not enough privacy.

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    1. Ditto. So excited for that and for the fun this series have been for readers. :)

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  31. I'm currently reading The Outlaw Takes A Bride.

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    1. Fabulous. Hope you're enjoying, Amy. :)

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  32. What a fun give-away!! I am a huge Rachel Hauck fan. I think I found out there was royalty in my line. I felt more elegant for a moment until I had to clean my bathroom.!
    Becky

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    1. Best of luck, Becky!

      That's fun! I haven't looked at any of my ancestry but it seems like it'd be fun. :)

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  33. Fun giveaway! I'm reading the last book in the Alaskan Courage series (SOBBING).

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    1. I feel that reaction, Heather. Recently finished that book too. So bittersweet.

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