Monday, April 13, 2015

The Piano Girl By: Sherri Schoenborn Murray

She plays from memory. Her memories.
The day after her sixteenth birthday, Princess Alia finds out that she's been given away in marriage to a man she’s never met. The war has just ended, and for Alia’s protection, she must travel to her future kingdom disguised as a chicken farmer's daughter. This princess to pauper story is filled with problems, prayers and plenty of piano. This is Part One of a two-part series. In 2016, the Counterfeit Princess series will continue with Alia's sister, Wren. 

Sherri Schoenborn Murray

Sherri Schoenborn Murray has a bachelor of arts degree in English from the University of Idaho. She lives in Vancouver, Washington, with her husband, Dave, and their three teenagers. She was raised in a hunting-fishing family, and started dusting tackle boxes at age three in her father's sports store. Her Christian romances always include a few favorite recipes, and a couple elderly female characters to guarantee a giggle or two. She was blessed to have three grandmothers--all who shared their love for Christ with her.

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My Review
The Piano Girl (part 1)

By: Sherri Schoenborn Murray

I really loved this story. I liked it kept me reading to see what was next in her adventure.  I can't imagine what she went through being a princess one day then the next knowing she is promised to another in marriage whom she has never met.  She has been drugged and when she awakes she in the back of a wagon with chickens.  And who is this man that has her. No way for a princess to be treated. They go through lots of adventures together to get to Prince Wron.  Will she ever meet back up with her own family and take back her role? Will she meet up with the Prince who she is to marry? O and did I mention she has swamp pox and looks just awful. Who would want to marry someone so ugly? I loved the story and look forward to part 2.

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