The PRIEST and the Princess

The PRIEST and the Princess

by Kathryn Kaufmann

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Overview

She prayed to find Mr. Right... but this has to be wrong.
Is asking for a commitment-minded man too much? Laura Daniels didn't think so, but after wasting too many years on too many losers she's giving up hope. That is until a chance encounter with a childhood friend sparks some new feelings. He's exactly the kind of man she wants: sweet, funny, handsome... Except Heaven help her, he's a priest—the new interim priest at her church. Worse, despite his vow, he has feelings for her and struggles with the pain-staking guilt of believing she could be his one true love, while Laura's heart is torn between her lifelong love for God and her newfound love for Father Carl.
It will take nothing short of a miracle to find a happy ending.
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The Priest and the Princess is a very compelling and well-written story filled with soul searching, hope, and a bit of wry humor! A wonderfully quick paced read that will leave you wanting more from author Kathryn Kaufmann.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161272084
Publisher: Kathryn Kaufmann
Publication date: 07/10/2019
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Kathryn Kaufmann was born in Birmingham, Alabama. After attending court reporting school, she took a job in St. Petersburg, Florida and worked for several years before returning to her native hometown.
Ironically, she wrote Marriages Meant to Be, a collection of true and unusual stories on how couples met and married, while working in divorce court. Dating Daisy Fields is her second book and first novel.
In 1997, Kathryn wrote The Priest and the Princess, also a novel. But for various and sundry reasons, she shelved the manuscript. It wasn't until 2018 that she decided to pull it back out, polish it up and release it into the world.
Kathryn has been a welcomed guest on nineteen radio stations across the country and Canada, had television appearances and made feature stories in newspapers as well as magazines.

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