Barnes and Noble
Josiah is twenty-five and single. As Kebalikstan’s prince the law dictates that he must take a wife by a centuries old tradition – the Bridal March. Cahri, American by birth, Kebalikstani by choice, is summoned to participate. She is reluctant to go, but is given little alternative.
A few months into The March, an accident sets in motion a series of events in which Cahri finds herself not only Prince Josiah's nurse, but also his wife. An unfortunate misunderstanding threatens her hopes of a trusting husband and a loving marriage.
Cahri’s feelings for her husband are growing. His strong faith helps strengthen her fragile belief in a God she thought abandoned her years ago. She thinks her life is finally on the right track. Then Cahri’s world turns upside down, again. A man bent on revenge against the royal family abducts her. She fights for her life, but will her faith be strong enough to see her through or will it shatter once again?
Will Prince Josiah and Cahri learn to love each other or will unfortunate circumstances end their marriage before it can ever truly begin?