The Servant Girl

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Eliza lived with Princess Sondra as her trusted companion until civil war tore her from her friend's side. Now she must learn to live in a world filled with intrigue and danger, where the use of her magic might get her killed . . . and where it is getting increasingly difficult to tell friend from foe.
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About Lazette Gifford

Lazette is an avid writer as well as the owner of Forward Motion for Writers and the owner/editor of Vision: A Resource for Writers.

It's possible she spends too much time with writers.

And cats.

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About the Series: Books Written during NaNoWriMo
I have taken part in NaNoWriMo for many years writing fast first drafts and then spending time afterwards editing. Here are a few of the novels I've written. I hope you enjoy them!

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Reviews of The Servant Girl by Lazette Gifford

ACWinOH reviewed on Dec. 18, 2012

I check to see if Lazette Gifford has a new book out at least once a week! One of my top 5 Smashwords authors!

I feel badly I forgot to review this as it is a wonderful story! Reading Eliza's story, you might see the end coming as you get close to the end, but not before! You won't say until almost the end, "I knew it!" A wonderful story of faith and love in a non-romantic setting!
(reviewed 72 days after purchase)
L. V. MacLean reviewed on April 6, 2012

Since early childhood, Eliza has lived with the princess, heir to the throne, as her companion and best friend. In this protected environment, she has even had training in the use of her magic talents,which might have gotten her killed in the outside world; magic is out of favor. But now she has been torn away from her royal friend by a war, and must find her way in the world by herself. She has to learn who she is, what she can do, and what choices she must make, while concealing her identity and her magical talents. It is, in a way, a coming of age story in a world of danger and betrayal and enchantment, and it is a delight to watch the character grow and become more than she was -- something that the author is particularly good at in her books.
I'm always gleeful, downloading a book by Lazette Gifford, knowing that I have on my reader something I look forward to reading.
(reviewed 32 days after purchase)
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