Three years have passed since the events chronicled in Prince of Time...
Anna has made a place for herself in 13th century Wales as a wife, mother, and healer. David has taken more of the kingdom's rule on his shoulders, even as his relationship with Lili has caused friction with his father, King Llywelyn. The King wants his son to seek a political marriage that will benefit his country - and possibly place the crown of England on David's head.
England and Wales have shared a border and an uneasy peace for three long years.
And that peace is about to be broken...
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A Medieval American Princess Kicks ****
Laurel Schroeder simply brings the characters and the story to life. I've read the book(s) before, and yet, there was so much to the story and the characters that I missed in simply reading the books and forming my own mental images from the words. Hearing the story read by this narrator was like hearing the characters themselves telling the tale, and reliving it along with them.
There is no comparison.
In this book, it has to be Anna. This is Anna's story, out from under her brother's shadow and a woman and mother in her own right. Fans of the Meg & Llewellyn story line maybe have a bit of adjustment, and while David figures centrally with the development of his relationship with Lily, this is Anna's coming of age and attesting to her power and strength.
A Medieval American Princess Kicks *** (insert preferred slang for the south end of the torso)
I finished listening to this just after New Years and life got in my way where I just now caught my breath enough to post a review. I have to make do with other books while I go through withdrawals on this series now until the next book comes out. For fair disclosure, my copy of this audiobook was gifted to me by the author, who I only know as a fan and there were no strings or requirements for a favorable review attached to the gift.