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Part 5 of the Fairy Tale Romance series.
Margaretha hopes her newest suitor, Lord Claybrook, is destined to be her one true love. But when an injured man is brought to Hagenheim Castle claiming to be an English lord who was attacked by Claybrook and left for dead, only Margaretha is able to understand him. Reluctant to translate the message for her father, Margaretha convinces herself that man is just an addled stranger. She is sure that he must be completely wrong about her potential betrothed. But when Margaretha overhears Claybrook's wicked plot, she realizes that she's been wrong about everything and that it's going to be up to her to save both her father and Hagenheim.
"The story and the characters are believable, and the author seamlessly weaves details about this Holy Roman Empire village and courtly life, while maintaining the narrative's even pace. References to God are made throughout the story: Margaretha and Colin's thoughts and prayers often address the deity, making this an appropriate title for teens who enjoy princess-themed Christian romance." - School Library Journal
"...a well-paced adventure that pits good against evil, features a strong and credible young woman, and relies on accurate social history in its Christian orientation." - Booklist
"..the faith element is clearly evident yet not preachy...Dickerson's tales feature wholesome relationships while still building a strong attraction between the main characters, making this a good choice for teen readers. Dickerson is a masterful storyteller with a carefully crafted plot, richly-drawn characters, and detailed setting. The reader is easily pulled into the story. All of her books are a delightful reimagining of a familiar tale–this one is her best so far! Recommended for young adults and adults who are young at heart." - Christian Library Journal