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Prince Charming Can Wait (Ever After, #3) by…

Prince Charming Can Wait (Ever After, #3)

by Stephanie Rowe

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The common theme in this series is angst. The couple’s have to overcome unbearable anguish from their pasts and the burdens that weighs on them of not knowing if or when salvation will come.

Harlan Shea is the brother of Astrid Monroe who was the heroine of Fairytale Not Required. All we knew of Harlan was that he was a loner that disappeared for months on end. Due to his childhood he has refused to ever get emotionally involved with anyone including his sister. His greatest fear is dying alone and no one caring. He’s always noticed Emma Watson and could see that she had just as many demons as he had. On a trip back to Birch Crossing after a mission to see his sister he finds Emma on the dock looking so sad and lost and he wants her to be his contact that’s called when he dies and ask her to marry him.

Emma Watson is finally free from a marriage that left her broken. She is scared of ever trusting a man again but there is something about Harlan that calls to her. Due to her own childhood she has become attached to a 5 year old girl who is being bounced around in foster care. When she offers to foster her she is told they would never let a single woman foster a child. So when Harlan proposes she sees it as a way to get what she wants while not having to deal with a husband as he will always be away on missions.

What these two lost souls didn’t count on was the needs they filled in each other. Oh they defiantly tried to fight it and of course caused each other more angst but going on the journey with them as they fought their demons and fell in love was worth the tears.
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