Summary ☆ The True Bride and the Shoemaker The Pippington Tales #1 100

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The True Bride and the Shoemaker The Pippington Tales #1O find true 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 find th. 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 together Honestly I was thinking That Flora Primrose girl needs to stay out of this relationship It threw me for a loop when the author went with Peter ending up with Flora I didn't feel that there was enough of a romantic connection between the characters for me to enjoy the romance and story However during the climax of the story I was into the story especially when Flora's backstory was revealed

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Summary ☆ The True Bride and the Shoemaker The Pippington Tales #1 100 » ☄ [PDF / Epub] ☃ The True Bride and the Shoemaker The Pippington Tales #1 By L. Palmer ✓ – Dogsalonbristol.co.uk There is magic in the streets of Pippington but most people are too busy to notice Shoemaker Peter E source What he finds instead will The True MOBI #8608 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. 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 devolves into a very muddled vague story large portions felt like summary or a fanfic than a real novel and the ending makes no sense especially the Maid Maleen elements that come from nowhere A somewhat cute story but overall disappointing

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There is magic in the streets of Pippington Bride and Kindle #208 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 t. 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 in Pippington gamble on dragon races Peter's business is struggling thanks to competition from cheaper priced factory made shoes But one day he receives a gift of rare blue griffin leather to make shoes out of Within a few days a pair of shoes made from the rare leather mysteriously appear in his workshop Not knowing who else could have made them since his employees say they didn't do it Peter assumes he has a suad of helpful elves and begins leaving pastries out at closing time to thank them for their helpThe pastries make a good excuse for Peter to visit the local bakery and the lovely Miss Caroline Durbin daughter of the bakery owner With some prodding from his nosy sisters Peter begins courting Caroline But his relationship with Caroline is thrown into jeopardy when he discovers the real source of the mysterious help in his shoe shop the flower he potted and set in his shop is actually a girl under an enchantment Peter of course feels obligated to take care of the flower girl whom he names Flora fittingly who has done such wonders for his business but all Caroline sees is Flora's improper behavior eg falling into the stream and dragging Peter in with her and the way men gawk at her So she gives Peter an ultimatum either Flora goes or Caroline will break off her engagement with PeterI don't want to spoil the story any further than that but suffice it to say that Peter has some very difficult choices to make One thing I love about The True Bride and the Shoemaker is its main character Peter Talbot has some awful luck over the course of the story but he always picks himself up and goes on He is nothing but a perfect gentleman to Flora and defends her when no one else can or will even standing up to his bossy sisters who are used to being able to push him around with little resistance Not to mention that he's pretty clever when it comes to the kind of subterfuge necessary to rescue a damsel in distress from a man who seems benevolent on the surface but is actually hiding a malicious natureI only wish that the climax had been a little longer The True Bride and the Shoemaker is not a long book and the final conflict felt a little rushed after the buildup But I was uite happy with the way things resolved themselves in the end I will definitely be keeping an eye out for future books by L Palmer