The Lady and the Minstrel, June 19, 2015
By Beverly Ross
This review is from: The Lady and the Minstrel (Kindle Edition)
This book was very well written and took me through medivial England back to a time when women were the property of their Fathers and then their husband . Being a girl in those days meant a life of servitude first to their respective Fathers then their husband. Lady Marguerite of Windbourne had always chafed at the fates that had her betrothed to the hateful , cruel Earl of Saxton. Then she sees a traveling minstrel that she recognized as a boy she met in Lyndeard Village years ago and had helped him to escape hid troubles. In the years since she had seen him he had seen war in France and made as good a life as he could for his station in life as a traveling minstrel. Could they break the class barriers and be together? This was a very good book! Full of history and riddled with deceit , intrigue, honor and trust. The friendship and romance between the classes were unheard of in those times . This was a very dramatic saga I loved it ! I couldn’t put it down! I received an arc copy in exchange for an honest review! I would recommend this book highly! It is a must read! I look forward to reading more by this author!
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