Published by Bethany House on February 1, 2022
Genres: Fiction / Christian / Contemporary, Fiction / Christian / Romance / General, Fiction / Romance / Clean & Wholesome
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It seems like a dream come true . . . until it forces her to question everything.
Brielle Adebayo is fully content teaching at a New York City public school and taking annual summer vacations with her mother to Martha's Vineyard. But everything changes when her mom drops a bombshell--Brielle is really a princess in the island kingdom of Ọlọrọ Ilé, off the coast of Africa, and she must immediately assume her royal position, since the health of her grandfather, the king, is failing.
Distraught by all the secrets her mother kept, Brielle is further left spinning when the Ọlọrọ Ilé Royal Council brings up an old edict that states she must marry before her coronation, or the crown will pass to another. Brielle is uncertain if she even wants the throne, and with her world totally shaken, where will she find the courage to take a chance on love and brave the perils a wrong decision may bring?
"Shiloh brings all the feels to In Search of a Prince. This romance with a touch of mystery will stay with you long after The End."--New York Times bestselling author RACHEL HAUCK
"Beautifully weaving together fairy tale and reality, In Search of a Prince gives us the modern princess we've been waiting for. I enjoyed every moment."--BETHANY TURNER, award-winning author of Plot Twist
Who doesn’t love a good princess story?? Reminiscent of the Princess Diaries, this one was a fun read that I enjoyed from cover to cover. I really liked seeing a story like this in the Christian Fiction market. I liked that Bri’s faith was such an ingrained part of her character that the praying and seeking of the Lord for direction in her life flowed naturally instead of feeling like something that was simply added in. I liked how the romance thread was handled, though I won’t share too much on that to prevent any spoilers. I like that the characters were likeable and easier to root for, but they still had their flaws which made them feel more real. Toni Shiloh has really outdone herself with this one and I already can’t wait for the next one to release!
*I purchased a copy of this book. Thoughts and opinions expressed are mine alone.