I downloaded this novel and eleven others for my two weeks holiday. The plan was to stop reading, and possibly delete, as soon as it became boring, I don't have the patient to ride along waiting for the good part (that's how I read the entire 50 shades waiting for the good part). Anyway, this is a story told from from different point of view; a little more like Kathryn Stockett in style.
The story is about a king who wanted a male child at any cost; he married numerous women and one of his wives exchanged her female child, at point of birth, for a male child from a different community. It was done so beautifully well. The child survived and was taken in by a very nice hunter who treated her like his own. Somehow the child became close to the prince , that is the one who she was exchanged for, and he led her into a serious trouble.
The suspense in the piece is a little over the top, I mean that in a nice way. . . To be continued