It is Friday and I am joining these lovely ladies in First Line Fridays:
Carrie from Reading is My SuperPower
Rachel from Bookworm Mama
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Today I am going to post a line from
The Silent Songbird
by Sarah M. Melanie Dickerson.
This is book seven in the Hagenheim/Fairytale Romance Series and is a re-telling of The Little Mermaide. I just love the long red hair of the cover model. Don't you! And I very much enjoy the story of The Little Mermaid so I am anxious to read this novel. You can check out the other books in this series HERE.
Summer 1384, Berkhamsted Castle, Hertfordshire, England
"Servants may marry whomever they want, but a king's daughter has no freedom at all."
Evangeline broke of the song she was singing. A lump rose in her throat. Through her open window facing the castle bailey she watched the servants talking and laughing and milling about, finishing their morning chores.
I couldn't leave you hanging with the first line so I added a little more. Enjoy!!
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