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  • Unique and captivating

    Reviewed by Jennifer Ibiam for Readers' Favorite Lady Constance happened on Sir Robert and his squire, Guy, at her hiding place. She couldn't go back to the nunnery because her assailant was there. So she went with Sir Robert, who made a stopover at his brother's estate, Ravenwood. While there, her assailant appeared again, and for her safety, Constance and Robert got married. However, there was a catch. Constance chose to have a spiritual marriage with Robert, one without sexual relations, the reason being that she had fled from York to St. Bartholomew's nunnery with a secret. How long can the worldly Robert live without a woman's warmth? What will Constance do when her assailant finds her again and her secret threatens to tear her marriage apart? Get all the suspenseful information in Shadow of the Swan by Judith Sterling. Shadow of the Swan by Judith Sterling is the third book in the Ravenwood series. It will appeal to lovers of historical romance and magic-based novels. I loved everything about this book, from the plot to the writing style. The plot was so unique and captivating that I longed to read the first two installments. Judith developed this story with such historical accuracy, a laid back vibe, and some refreshing medieval flavor. I also enjoyed the language usage, which felt very Shakespearean. The story had depth, displaying themes like patience, bravery, deceit, empathy, and more. A tangible lesson I took from this novel is that bullies and tormentors thrive on their victims' fear. Banish the fear, stand up to them, and they'll lose their power. I look forward to reading more books from Judith!

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  • Thoroughly Enjoyed

    Judith Sterling’s “Shadow of the Swan (The Novels of Ravenwood Book 3)” Lady Constance de Bret Has determined to be a nun but fierce marriage may be the better and safer option. Sir Robert le Donjon is so enamored with Constance he agrees to her “spiritual marriage” all the while hoping to change her mind one day. This was such a beautiful love story and the author did an amazing job bringing the characters to life. Her attention to detail and imagery is commendable and allows the reader to enjoy being a part of the story. I was pulled in from the start by the mystery and intrigue and held there by the sheer love, patience and understanding Robert showed Constance as they become friends. I can’t say enough good things about this wonderful love story. The characters are such that you can’t help but fall in love with. This is my first time reading Ms. Sterling’s work. Now I have to go back and read the rest of the series. Thank you so much Ms. Sterling for this beautifully written love story.

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