The Carpenter's Daughter by Sharon Sheretko

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It's 1390-a time when a woman had no right to choose much of anything-especially her husband. Randalyn Douglas, a 20-year old beauty who is too smart and independent for her own good, dreams of a more altruistic life, teaching children to read. But when the taxes are raised on her family's farm, her foolish father marries her off to a previous lord's rich son. All the while Randalyn dreams of a handsome, winsome knight she met at a jousting tournament. Sir Jamie Christianson shares her dreams of making the world a better place and they fall madly in love. But Jamie is hiding a deep, dark secret. It's only a matter of time before this secret comes to light, and Randalyn must decide whether to leave her husband, forgive her father or stay with her lover.
 

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Published August 23, 2005 by iUniverse, Inc.. 360 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, History, Romance. Fiction

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