The Root of Evil by Paula Gail Benson
The produce from a witch’s garden is enchanted. A pregnant woman craving a rampion (greens, but perhaps the root vegetable) led to her newborn daughter being imprisoned in the witch’s inaccessible tower.
Only the daughter’s song, led to a prince’s discovery.
The couple created a prison home until the witch discovered them and, in anger, exiled her transformed charge and maimed the transgressor, shoving him from the tower so he was blinded by the thorn bed she cultivated below.Guided by sound, he wandered. Then, once again, he heard his beloved’s song, this time as a lullaby for their twins.
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