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Rue love are constantly thwarted by worldly fickleness However the gift of a wild primrose and a shipment of rare griffin skin are about to change everythingWhen beautiful handmade shoes begin appearing in his shop every morning Peter is determined to f. This was a lovely and different fairy tale about a man coming to believe in magic and finding the courage to save his true love I liked that the story was told from a male perspective rather than a female perspective as so many fairy tales are the princess s story and also that Peter didn t start out the dashing hero all ready to save the day He had to figure out how to even work up the courage to talk to the girl he was interested as well as figure out how to save her once he finally got to the right girl LOL I definitely recommend this story and I will be checking out the author s next tale as wellSex noneLan

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The True Bride and the Shoemaker The Pippington Tales #1

There is magic in the streets of Pippington but most people are too busy to notice Shoemaker Peter Talbot needs a little magic Cheap factory made shoes are putting him out of business his nagging sisters will never let him rest and his efforts to find t. L Palmer s first book is an inventive retelling of The Elves and the Shoemaker fairy tale set in a modern time where magic dragon races griffinhides and wizards exist The setting is beautifully drawn with great characters in the fore and background Peter Talbot himself is an astoundingly relatable character reminiscent of the self sacrificing George Bailey and a likable fellow even in his shortcomings The symbolism and words also play a great part both in foreshadowing and giving us a clear visualizationI was completely engaged after the first ten pages and with all the events of the book it led beautifully to

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Ind the source What he finds instead will be far exciting and wondrous than he could ever imagine The True Bride and the Shoemaker is the first of The Pippington Tales introducing a city full of magic and everyday fairy tales for those willing to see th. I learned about the Pippington stories because the other is a friend of mine True to her personality the story is fun imaginative and a little uirky I ll be starting the next book soon


10 thoughts on “The True Bride and the Shoemaker The Pippington Tales #1

  1. says:

    Oh what a sweet tale I very much enjoyed it and loved Peter as the MC He was such a great guy and had to laugh at some of his antics or things that happen to him The author did a great job of throwing in a few twists especially with how intense a certain story was near the end I definitely was glued to my Kindle and had some o o o faces going onLearning about shoemaking was fun and the romance was certainly sw

  2. says:

    The True Bride and the Shoemaker starts out as a fairytale retelling But it doesn't take very long after you begin reading to see that L Palmer has put her own very uniue twist on the classic tale of the cobbler who is assisted by unseen elves in his shopPeter Talbot is a shoemaker in the town of Pippington a town that feels like any other turn of the century town might if you discount the fact that instead of horse races people

  3. says:

    L Palmer's first book is an inventive retelling of The Elves and the Shoemaker fairy tale set in a modern time where magic dragon races griffinhides and wizards exist The setting is beautifully drawn with great characters in

  4. says:

    25 starsIt was cute not much substanceview spoiler and the end had me thinking the dude had a foot fetish Honestly there was way to much description of her feet I mean he could have just thought he was going to make her shoes for their wedding day which I would accept considering he's a shoemaker But I don't think the author meant to leave m

  5. says:

    I'm not giving it three stars because of how it is written I thought that the book was very well written that it had wonderful characters an interesting plot and a satisfactory ending In fact aside from a few errors I don't have much to complain aboutI'm giving it three stars because I didn't feel connected to it and the characters I actually thought that Peter would end up with the bakery girl I wanted them to get toget

  6. says:

    This was a lovely and different fairy tale about a man coming to believe in magic and finding the courage to save his true love I liked that the story was told from a male perspective rather than a female perspective as so many fairy tales are the princess's story and also that Peter didn't start out the dashing hero all ready to save the day He had to figure out how to even work up the courage to talk to the girl he was intere

  7. says:

    This is a retelling of The Elves and the Shoemaker which I've never seen novelized before so kudos for the creativity The main character is adorable especially in the beginning portions as he deals with his overbearing sisters But the book devo

  8. says:

    I didn't expect to be so drawn into the story of Peter Talbot mild mannered shoemaker trying to find love and keep his business afloat But this is a warm magical little story with good people worth caring about An enjoyable read

  9. says:

    I learned about the Pippington stories because the other is a friend of mine True to her personality the story is fun imaginative and a little uirky I’ll be starting the next book soon

  10. says:

    L Palmer has written a wonderful fairytale full of adventure and magic I wasn't sure what to expect when I began reading but by the end I was so captivated I couldn't stop reading I had to know what happened I a