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MY LADY KNIGHT
by Suzanne McMinn

Genre: Historical Romance
Setting: England, 1356

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Tomboyish Gwyneth of Wulfere defies her brother by disguising herself as a boy
and riding off to battle to avoid marriage. She's confident her ruse has
worked until she confronts her one-time hero, Rorke of Valmond, who uncovers her
identity.


Rorke isn't prepared to be anyone's hero now, but he realizes that the
only way to save Gwyneth from an unwanted marriage is to marry her himself.


Though she has believed she'd rather be a warrior than a woman, Gwen suddenly
wants more than anything to win Rorke's love. As this butterfly emerges from
the cocoon, readers are given a delightful, poignant, funny and captivating romance.


MY LADY KNIGHT is quick-paced and filled with appealing characters. This oft-told
tale may not be new, but it is always fun to see a man fall prey to a woman and
vice versa, especially when she can restore peace to his wounded heart and soul.

SENSUAL (Dec., 320 pp., $5.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: Zebra

Published: December 2002

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