TheWeddingDress_CoverNashville, TN – Four brides. One dress.  “A tale of faith, redemption, and timeless love,” has resonated with more than 100,000 e-book readers, and become a bestselling novel inThe Wedding Dress (Thomas Nelson, ISBN9781595549631).

Hitting the USA Today and Wall Street Journal’s bestseller list in February, and the New York Times bestseller list in March, The Wedding Dress by Rachel Hauck is reaching thousands of new readers, four years after its release.  Hauck, a veteran author in the Christian fiction genre, has worked alongside publishing house Thomas Nelson to find new ways to put this story in the hands of women, both young and old.

“The story of The Wedding Dress, is truly captivating and universal,” says v-p and Fiction publisher, Daisy Hutton.  “It explores our fascination with the past as well as our faith and our hope for the future, all captured in the symbol of something so treasured—the perfect wedding dress. We are very proud of Rachel, of this story and of the ground-swelling support we’ve received from readers.”

In addition to its e-book success, The Wedding Dress, has sold more than 40,000 units in print.  Recent renewed interest in this title has landed a No. 2 spot on theNew York Times Bestseller list for E-book Fiction and No. 6 for Combined Print and E-book Fiction.

Author, Rachel Hauck commented, “I’m honored so many are reading The Wedding Dress, a book inspired during a girls’ weekend in Nashville. Our hostess was telling us of finding her daughter’s wedding dress, along with the story of her own gown, and I was suddenly lost in the idea of a wedding dress worn by four women over the span of a hundred years. The idea hit instantly and sank deep. I knew I had to write the story of that dress and the women who wore it.”

The story told in The Wedding Dress is about a dress worn by four women over a one-hundred-year time period.  Emily from 1912, Mary Grace from 1939, Hillary from 1968, and then Charlotte, the protagonist, in 2012 is a bride-to-be.   As Charlotte finds the dress, she discovers its history, and the story of the women who wore it, before her.  Each with a story of promise, pain, and destiny. The Wedding Dress is a story about heritage, the power of courage and faith, and the timeless beauty of finding true love.

For more information about The Wedding Dress, and author Rachel Hauck, please visit www.thomasnelson.com/the-wedding-dress.

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