Bestseller Kindle The Merchant s Daughter release An unthinkable danger An unexpected choice Annabel once the daughter of a wealthy merchant is trapped in indentured servitude to Lord Ranulf a recl
Bestseller Kindle The Merchant's Daughter release 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 rud 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 liAn 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 rud 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.. Popular Ebook The Merchant's Daughter SWEET BABY JESUSThis was the preachiest thing I've ever read. I mean, I'm Catholic and I like values and insights inspired from the Bible but holy... did this book talk about Jesus and God a lot and how they're the reasons good things come, how they're the ones blessing every good thing that happens, how they're the ones that smite the bad guys and how they're the ones curing diseases etc. etc. Every time the MC would read the Bible for her Lord, we'd get paragraphs and pages explaining parables and the lessons learnt, with the occasional "God is SOOO good!"I mean I don't mind that. I'm a spiritual person, and while I don't take the Bible literally word for word, I do appreciate the lessons we can impart from it, but come on, man! There's a fine line between good and unreasonable. It got old quickly and annoying. Also, this book pretty much kept on emphasizing the fact that marriage is the most natural thing and that it's the most obvious thing to do. If you're beautiful and kind, you NEED to get married or your looks will have been for naught. Women deserve to be loved and protected and men deserve to be cooked for and have their wants and needs addressed. LIKE WTFFFWriting is a bit too young, and there is hardly any build up in some scenes. Transitions are bad too and there are too many POV changes in a chapter. Final Verdict: 2.5P.S. To be fair though, this was set in 14th century England, a time when religion was closely interrelated with one's lifestyle and it was more of a way of life. Chivalry and stuff, too. At least kudos for being consistent?