Threads

Threads Elizabeth Percy can hardly believe she is engaged to marry the honorable brave King Reginald Together they will rule over the beautiful land of Comdenshire as man and wife Soon however the king is

  • Title: Threads
  • Author: Deborah Waterbury
  • ISBN: 9781462729593
  • Page: 435
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Threads

    Elizabeth Percy can hardly believe she is engaged to marry the honorable, brave King Reginald Together, they will rule over the beautiful land of Comdenshire as man and wife Soon, however, the king is called away to battle with Balefore, a neighboring kingdom Elizabeth finds herself the bearer of an amazing amount of responsibility, and she requires the help of her closElizabeth Percy can hardly believe she is engaged to marry the honorable, brave King Reginald Together, they will rule over the beautiful land of Comdenshire as man and wife Soon, however, the king is called away to battle with Balefore, a neighboring kingdom Elizabeth finds herself the bearer of an amazing amount of responsibility, and she requires the help of her close allies to keep the peace.Almost immediately, the kingdom is threatened There is an evil force in Comdenshire, one who threatens all that is good and righteous including Elizabeth Conspiracies lurk in the darkened castle corners, and foes threaten to overthrow the peaceful kingdom Reginald has built Elizabeth is the territory s only hope, yet she doubts herself.Elizabeth was not always an upright, queenly woman She is haunted by the failings of her past and has trouble moving forward, especially without Reginald by her side Still, she knows Reginald loves her has always loved her and will always love her, despite her faults Will she keep Comdenshire at peace until his return, or will past regret and a current threat bring down the joyous, faithful life she hopes to live Threads is the second book in the Painted Window trilogy, an allegorical representation of the walk of every believer.

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    1. Jerry Newhouse

      Deb Waterbury really outdid herself with this followup to the first book in this series, Painted Window. As with the first book, this too, is an allegory with the questions at the end of each part. However, I feel that she has truly surpassed the storytelling of the first book…by far. The characters are fully developed and react to the situations they find themselves in as real people would. The bad guys have their limits; they aren’t all knowing, untouchable fiends. (Well, maybe not Humphry [...]

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