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Eleanor is happy to be living with her brother and sister-in-law. She loves helping with her mischievous nephew, John. When John gets away from her one day, it sets off a chain of events that will change her life.

A short short story of faith, friendship, and family. A prequel story for Brothers and Betrayal.

©2017 Sarah Holman (P)2017 Sarah Holman

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Befriended

A WONDERFUL CLEAN MEDIEVAL ROMANCE!
THE AUTHOR SARAH HOLMAN AND THE NARRATOR KIMBERLY WORTHY DID A GOOD JOB! THE AUTHOR CAPTURED THE TIME IN HISTORY WELL,

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Sweet

This was a lovely little romance that warmed my heart without being sticky and yucky. It stood well on its own, though I may have to go listen to the novel soon.

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Didn't care for the narrator, but liked the story

Title: Befriended
Written By: Sarah Holman
Genre: Christian Romance with mild Fantasy elements (mostly the names of people and places)
Recommended Ages: Any, but teens and older would enjoy it more

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I hadn't read any of Sarah's Tales of Taelis stories before, so this was my first taste of them. I enjoyed it and wouldn't mind reading more in the future. The only thing I didn't like about this audiobook was the narrator's voice for Eleanor was too high-pitched and whiny. She made Eleanor sound like a little girl rather than a young woman.

Characters: 1/1
Even though I hadn't read any of the Tales of Taelis books before, I was still able to find each of the characters interesting. Sarah did a good job introducing each character, especially those who must have shown up in a previous book.I especially liked Kaden (spelling may be wrong since I listened to it rather than reading it).

Dialogue: 1/1
The dialogue was well-written and fit the story well. As I mentioned in my introduction. The only part I didn't like was when Eleanor was read by the narrator.

Plot/storyline: 1/1
The plot definitely kept my interest through the whole story. I'm so glad I was able to listen to this book. It had a great message about waiting for God to send the right man for marriage. I can personally attest to that, too.

Overall writing quality: 1/1
The writing quality was very good. Obviously, since I didn't read the book, I can't say conclusively there were no typos, but from the sound of it, there weren't any. The plot structure was well done, too.

Un-put-down-ability: 1/1
This audiobook is about 30 minutes long, so it was easy to keep listening until the end, especially since I was listening at 1.15 speed until the end when I wanted to make sure Eleanor's whiny voice wasn't due to the faster speed. Even if it had been longer, though, I think it would have been very hard to put down. I wanted to know what happened!

Conclusion: 5/5
If you like a short romance story, this is a good one. It may be in a fantasy genre, but it doesn't have magic or anything like that in it. There is also a good amount of mention of God in it, so this world must have a Christian religion structure to it. If I had read the book rather than listening to it, I would have enjoyed it even more, but I will still give it a five star rating.