This book was very hard to get into for me. The writing style was bad, and the story unbelievible. It drug on...I couldn't finish it. I don't recomend it!
This is the LARGE-PRINT edition.
Investigative reporter Kendra O'Brien knew it was a dream, so when wildly handsome Navarre de Galliard charged up in chain mail, she did what any modern girl would do. She caressed his cuirass. But then she realized she wasn't in Kansas anymore - this was thirteenth-century England - and he thought she was a wicked witch.
More succulent than a succubus, Kendra O'Brien seemed a sorceress. How else could her sultry glances make the knight feel like a blushing page, as her eyes spoke volumes to his spellbound heart? And worse, the enchanting woman was the prophesied salvation of his enemy, King Richard - a man he was sworn to destroy. But then the tables turned, his love for the mysterious miss deepened, and Navarre realized that Kendra wasn't Richard's salvation, but his own.