I've tried over and over to upload a photo of this book but it just won't let me. It is written by Melanie Dickerson and anyone who has read her books know they are always a top read. I've never read a book by her I didn't like. She brings fairy tales to life and this one is no different. The characters are great, its as if they wrote their own personalities. Delia is a beloved and protected sister of 7 brothers. She'll do anything for them, even going out of her comfort zone and facing any danger to keep them from danger. Sir Geoffrey is a character you'll be rooting for as he faces decisions about where his loyalties lay. It won't take you long to read this book because you'll be looking at every opportunity of time to continue reading.



Rating: 5*

I received this book as a gift and all opinions are my own.

This is a summary oh Where there is wealth and power, there’s always someone willing to do anything to take it.

England, 1381: Delia’s idyllic life as daughter of an earl is shattered when her father dies and his wife accuses Delia’s seven brothers of treason and murder. The youngest is only ten years old, but this doesn’t stop the guards from hauling them off to the Tower of London. There they await a grim fate, as child-king Richard II is executing anyone who poses a threat to his throne. Delia is their only hope for pardon and freedom.

Sir Geoffrey did not expect his first assignment as captain of the guard to be the arrest of boys so young. He dutifully imprisons the brothers, but he can’t ignore the sense, rooted in personal experience, that injustice and treachery are at work.

Determined to rescue her brothers, Delia secures a position as a seamstress for the queen. Her quest is all but impossible as the executions continue. Sir Geoffrey offers to be her ally, but should she trust him in a court where everyone has an agenda?

From New York Times bestselling author Melanie Dickerson comes a tender retelling of “The Wild Swans,” where the virtues of loyalty and love face a harrowing showdown with power and fear.

“Set in the harsh society of fourteenth century England, Court of Swans tells a powerful story of forgiveness, love, and choosing joy amid trials. Dickerson continues to impress with her masterful balance of plot and message, capturing attention with a strong heroine and tugging at heartstrings with themes of trusting God when life seems to fall apart. A book perfect for teen and adult readers alike.” —Caroline George, author of Dearest Josephine

  • First in a brand-new series set in England: The Dericott Tales
  • Full-length clean fairy-tale reimagining
  • Includes Discussion Questions for Book Clubs


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