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    The Silent Songbird by Melanie Dickerson

    The Silent Songbird (#7 Hagenheim) by Melanie Dickerson In this delightful medieval “fairy tale” we travel back-in-time to the Berkhamsted Castle of 1384 Hertfordshire, England and then on to the quaint village of Glynval. Young, beautiful Evangeline, cousin and ward to King Richard II has just learned that she will be betrothed to his closest advisor, Lord Shiveley, a man twice her age. However, she longs to marry for love, so she does what any desperate ward of the king would do...runs away, of course. But she must keep her true identity a secret so as not to be found out. What better disguise than that of a servant...a mute servant? She joins a small band of servants on their way back to their home village of Glynval, lead by the handsome young Wesley le Wyse. Evangeline soon discovers that life outside the castle walls is far beyond anything she could have imagined, especially traveling as a servant. What a journey and challenges Evangeline...and Wesley for that matter...finds herself on in this charming medieval “fairy tale”. Evangeline turns out to be a feisty heroine and Wesley is a charming hero. The plot is intriguing and the descriptions are amazing giving the reader images that are so real I felt I was walking among the characters. There are humorous scenes that had me chuckling, tender moments that had me sighing, danger, intrigue and suspense had me turning the pages to see what was coming next, evil plots, deception—which made me think of the saying...”Oh! What a tangled web we weave when first we practice to deceive”...and consequences of those actions, forgiveness, love and faith—I enjoyed the spiritual elements woven within the story-line. A delightful story. ~I received a copy of this book from the author via the Fiction Guild (no monetary gain were exchanged), this is my honest review~

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