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  • Another well written fairy tale

    Fairy tales aren't just for girls. Melanie Dickerson does such a great job of creating her characters and re-telling a story that even my boys enjoy these books. And I love watching her stories come to life. We met Lady Magdalen and Steffan, the Duke of Wolfberg in book two of the Medieval Fairy Tale series. We've been waiting for something to happen since book two ended with them riding away together. And now, finally, the Duke has invited Magdalen to come to his castle, with the intentions of marrying her. It doesn't take long for things to start falling apart. As Magdalen and Steffan are reacquainted and start working together to right the wrongs, things start to make sense. Once again, Melanie Dickerson has written a great story that can be enjoyed by all ages and we are looking forward to her next story.

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  • How are all her books amazing??

    As per usual, Melanie did an amazing job! With her fairytale retellings, you never have to be worried about knowing what's coming up -- she spins her tales to suprise you even if you think you know how the fairytale goes!

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  • The Noble Servant by Melanie Dickerson

    The Noble Servant #3 A Medieval Fairy Tale by Melanie Dickerson We step back in time of 1365, Barony of Mallin, the Holy Roman Empire replete with fair maidens, dashing lords—often wielding swords, ancient castles, danger, intrigue and...geese. Hopes and dreams don’t go as planned for Duke of Wolfberg or for Magdalen of Mallin as those who plot against them put their evil plans in motion. The author certainly captures good versus evil within the characters very well. Both Steffan and Magdalen find themselves in rather difficult circumstances and must find a way to find resolutions soon. Even though Magdalen and Steffan are of nobility they both sacrifice for their communities and those they love. As a result of their challenges they certainly learned what is truly important in life along with their strong faith and prayers, which carried them through those challenges. I understand this is a variation of the fairy tale Little Goose Girl, which I am not familiar with, but found the story interesting and especially enjoy the faith aspect woven within the story-line. ~I received a copy of this book from the author (no monetary gain were exchanged), this is my honest review~

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