Melinda Honeybourne

She is Ger's aunt who lives in Blue Hill. A widow of four years, she manages the Red Griffin which is a tiny public house that caters to travelers and locals alike. She has six children. She was the one who wrote to Gervain about the empty smithy in her home town. She has a smile that makes the newcomers feel like they are warmly welcomed and that they belonged. She has a perceptive, yet tactful personality. She seems to be developing an attraction with the sisters' father in the latter part of the story.

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Beauty: A Retelling of the ...

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