Book Reviews of My Champion

My Champion
My Champion
Author: Glynnis Campbell
ISBN-13: 9780515130485
ISBN-10: 0515130486
Publication Date: 12/1/2000
Pages: 336
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 22 ratings
Publisher: Jove Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Helpful Score: 1
I had originally read the second book first which was great and then realized it was part of a trilogy and thought this is a great series and got this book. It started out ok and finished good but the middle I thought just went on and on. It got to where I couldn't stand the female character and only continued reading because I had started it. It did however finish good.
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In 1332 Dorwich, Duncan de Ware and his brothers observe the guildswoman waiting at the dock holding letters of marque signed by King Edward. When Spanish Captain El Gallo, a notorious sea reiver, arrives, the woman challenges him for his cargo since his country stole her wool. Seeing the de Ware brood nearby, an irate El Gallo gives the woman his wine. She simply spills her new cargo out on the ground.

Duncan worries about the woman Linet de Montfort and decides to keep an eye on her in order to protect her from El Gallo. In spite of an immediate attraction between them, she wants Duncan to leave her alone feeling the gypsy is bad for business especially for a first year "sole femme. " However, when the Spanish abduct Linet, her only hope for rescue lies with the gypsy.


MY CHAMPION is an exciting medieval romance that provides readers with an in depth look at the fourteenth century. The insider's view enhances a non-stop action plot that engages the audience from first page to last. The squabbling but charming and brave lead couple adds alight touch to a powerful historical romance that deserves sequels starring other de Ware siblings.
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In 1332 Dorwich, Duncan de Ware and his brothers observe the guildswoman waiting at the dock holding letters of marque signed by King Edward. When Spanish Captain El Gallo, a notorious sea reiver, arrives, the woman challenges him for his cargo since his country stole her wool. Seeing the de Ware brood nearby, an irate El Gallo gives the woman his wine. She simply spills her new cargo out on the ground.

Duncan worries about the woman Linet de Montfort and decides to keep an eye on her in order to protect her from El Gallo. In spite of an immediate attraction between them, she wants Duncan to leave her alone feeling the gypsy is bad for business especially for a first year "sole femme. " However, when the Spanish abduct Linet, her only hope for rescue lies with the gypsy.

MY CHAMPION is an exciting medieval romance that provides readers with an in depth look at the fourteenth century. The insider's view enhances a non-stop action plot that engages the audience from first page to last. The squabbling but charming and brave lead couple adds alight touch to a powerful historical romance that deserves sequels starring other de Ware siblings.
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The first of a trilogy involving the de Wares brothers.