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    Historical Romance

    Shadows of Valor by Elsie Park Knights, secret masked and caped crusader, castles, fairs, jousts and competition for fair maidens can all be found in this novel. Elsbeth Rawley lives with her uncle Rupert and cousin Genna. At 23 she has little hope of marrying unless some man is willing to overlook the scars on her arms. She once had a crush on Sir Calan Beaumont but he disappeared and since moving to her uncle’s home she has become the village healer and midwife. The Shadow is an elusive soul that is often found bringing smugglers and others to justice. Who he is nobody knows and as time passes the myth surrounding him grows. The Shadow arrives at the castle to right wrongs where Elsbeth lives. With more than one bad guy to capture, secret plots to expose and more than one man vying for two women’s hands this is an interesting if sometimes predictable, sweet and clean story that can be read by just about anyone. I have a feeling it is geared toward Young Adult readers and would recommend it to that age group. Thank you to NetGalley and Amberjack Publishing for the book – This is my honest review. 3.5 Stars
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    a good book, just not one for me.

    independent reviewer for Archaeolibrarian, I was gifted my copy of this book Elsbeth was scarred as a child in the fire which killed her parents. She now lives with her uncle, and cousin. She is past the usual age that maidens are wed, but she wishes to keep the dowry she will inherit a secret. Calan saved her from that fire, and promptly disappeared from her life. Now he is back, courting her cousin. But Calan has secrets, that could get both ladies killed. A nice book. A well written book. A sweet romance. A bit of a twisted plot. Just, not one that pushed any of my buttons. I can't pinpoint why, and you know how that frustrates me, not being able to word what I want to say! Both Calan and Beth have their say, along with one other, but I can't say who, without giving that plot away. I liked that, while all the clues were laid out for me, I didn't get who was the traitor til the book revealed it. THEN all the clues made complete sense! I also liked that Beth didn't put HER clues together fast enough, to find Calan's secret. Clean, but with some violence, not graphic though. A good, well written book, just not one for me. 3 stars
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