May 11, 2012

Review:The Merchant's Daughter by Melanie Dickerson

An unthinkable danger. An unexpected choice. Annabel, once the daughter of a wealthy merchant, is trapped in indentured servitude to Lord Ranulf, a recluse who is rumored to be both terrifying and beastly. Her circumstances are made even worse by the proximity of Lord Ranulf's bailiff---a revolting man who has made unwelcome advances on Annabel in the past. Believing that life in a nunnery is the best way to escape the escalation of the bailiff's vile behavior and to preserve the faith that sustains her, Annabel is surprised to discover a sense of security and joy in her encounters with Lord Ranulf. As Annabel struggles to confront her feelings, she is involved in a situation that could place Ranulf in grave danger. Ranulf's future, and possibly his heart, may rest in her hands, and Annabel must decide whether to follow the plans she has cherished or the calling God has placed on her heart.

The book was really good, had some boring parts that went by slow, but other than that it was really good

Reviewers rating: 4.5 Stars
Reviewed by~Ashley Kercher (Student at Franklin HIgh School)
~Thank you to the publisher for the donation of this book to the Read for your Future book program!~

1 comment:

  1. What a short but sweet review. I liked Dickerson's first book, the Healer's Apprentice better. :)


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