BOTW: In Search of A Prince by Toni Shiloh

Imagine living your life, content with joy about your future, only to find out your history and heritage were hidden. That’s how In Search of a Prince begins for Brielle Adebayo, a proud New York City public school teacher. While enjoying her annual Martha’s Vineyard summer vacation with her mother, she learns that she is actually a princess. In the island kingdom of Ọlọrọ Ilé, off the coast of Africa, her grandfather is the king. Since his health is failing Brielle is soon expected to immediately assume her royal position.

In addition to this breaking news, Brielle soon learns from the Ọlọrọ Ilé Royal Council that per an ancient edict, she must marry before her coronation. If not, the crown will be passed to another which leaves her with few options, minimal solutions, and a small time frame to get it all done. Throughout the story, Brielle is uncertain if she even wants the throne. Are all of these hoops worth it when she was happy in New York? However, despite these confusing circumstances, she has to be courageous, crafty, and confident while she searches for her Prince Charming.

I thought Toni Shiloh did a wonderful job of pairing mystery with romance throughout In Search of A Prince. First, the cover is COMPLETELY GORGEOUS from the color scheme to the backdrop, and the lovely model. I also enjoyed Brielle’s honesty while processing every piece of news yet she didn’t run from the challenge. Every character, the many perils, and the thoughts about her decisions will have you fully engulfed in this modern-day fairytale of a novel. You can find In Search of a Prince by Toni Shiloh in-store or online wherever books are sold. Thank you Bethany House Fiction for the opportunity to read this book.

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