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The Merchant's Daughter by Melanie Dickerson
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Jul 04, 2012

really liked it
Read from July 01 to 04, 2012 — I own a copy

Annabel is the Merchant's Daughter. When her father dies and his business tanks, his family is forced to work to pay off debts. Annabel then becomes the new Lord of the Village's servant. He is scarred inside and out and strikes fear in the hearts of the villagers. He is jaded against women because of the way he has been treated in the past. It is Annabel's desire to join an abbey and become a nun, but little by little she is intrigued by and attracted to the master of the house.

It's a great story! Sure, it's predictable, and a bit trite that the master keeps saving her over and over again...but it's sweet and pretty well written. I have an ARC of this that Goodreads was kind enough to gift me; if anyone would like to borrow it, just ask.

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