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Lenobia's Vow by P.C. Cast
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Lenobia is not what you would call an important person in the time she is from. In 1788 being the child Lord does not matter when you are an illegitimate child. So in the wake of some infortunate events her mother gets her to take the place of the Legitimate daughter of the Lord: Cecile. This is not what she wants but her mother insists and she obeys. It isn't until she is on her journey is already in progress that she finds out what true love is and what true loss can be.

I have always liked Lenobia. In the House of Night books I find she is strong and a beautiful person/vampyre and I really admire her. In this book you find out where she gets this strength but it is so much more. From the moment the Minerva she has to live a secret and a lie to everyone. With a heart like hers it isn't easy on her.

This little novella had wonderful hand drawn pictures at the start of each chapters and that on its own is beautiful. Lenobia's vow was a beautiful story that had depth and was wonderfully written for the time it was set in. I really enjoyed this book and hope that the next novella Neferet's Curse is just as good.
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