The Merchant's DaughtereBook - 2011
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Annbel's family lives on the brink of poverty. It wasn't always this way, and even now it shouldn't be this way. All Annabel and her family, including her mother and two older brothers, have to do is work their share amount of time in the fields each year. But Annabel's mother and brothers refuse because they were once related to a wealthy merchant. To solve their problems without working, Annabel's brother arranges for her to be married off to a wealthy but extremely vulgar and gross baliff with no honor or respect for women. To escape her fate, Annabel goes to work as a servant for Lord Le Wyse, the mysterious and scarred overseer of her province. He is kind if at times moody and even lets her read from his Bible-a rare privilege in 1352 England. He even considers fulfilling her dream and sending her to a nunnery. But when a crisis strikes and Annabel is confronted, she finds love in the most amazing way. A fantastic tale of looking beyond a person's face and instead at what's on the inside.