The Maiden Switch

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The Maiden Switch

The Maiden Switch When English lady Merianne Warren trades places with her companion Mary Luke she never suspects that her friend will be kidnapped in her stead Now she must convince her betrothed Scottish Laird

  • Title: The Maiden Switch
  • Author: Allie Borne
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 132
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • When English lady, Merianne Warren, trades places with her companion, Mary Luke, she never suspects that her friend will be kidnapped in her stead Now she must convince her betrothed, Scottish Laird, Bryan Murray, that she is the servant and her friend, the lady in need of rescuing Will this ruse save Mary or spell heartache for Merianne The Maiden Switch is an action fiWhen English lady, Merianne Warren, trades places with her companion, Mary Luke, she never suspects that her friend will be kidnapped in her stead Now she must convince her betrothed, Scottish Laird, Bryan Murray, that she is the servant and her friend, the lady in need of rescuing Will this ruse save Mary or spell heartache for Merianne The Maiden Switch is an action filled romance set in the Scottish Highlands in 1533 This 77,000 word novel invokes timeless themes of friendship, family, and betrayal Merianne must learn to respect her heritage and embrace her true self before she can repair her marriage and save her dearest friend.

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    1. Lauren on said:

      In a case of mistaken identity in the highlands of scotland Marianne finds herself in a precarious position and lacking the trust of the man she has come to love. Lies and deceit are around every turn and marianne is caught in the middle of everything. The story was intriguing and kept me entertained until the very end. I liked how all of the characters had their own personal flaws and how despite everything Marianne was a strong willed character for her time. Defying convention Marianne strove [...]

    2. Kristen on said:

      The story idea was fine. Even some of the prose was fine. The editing, however, was atrocious. The author appears to have some deep-seated issue with hominyms. This happens repeatedly throughout the book : course / coarse, their / there, etc. Punctuation is an issue, making it difficult to determine who is speaking. At least twice, primary characters were called by the wrong name. I was beginning to doubt if the author had a firm grasp of written English. A very thorough edit would make this a m [...]

    3. Tasha on said:

      I enjoyed the story a lot but it needs to be edited. The punctuation made it a bit confusing. I had a hard time keeping up with the different characters.

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