Very quick read but very little substance.
Well-written, with great dialogue and very likable characters and humorous situations. I was three quarters of the way through the book when I realized there wasn't much sex for a romance book -- and I hadn't even missed it!
Madison Avenue advertising executive Julie Gaffney is on the lookout for a good man and a love that will last forever. But heroes are few and far between in New York City, and -- after one too many disastrous blind dates -- Julie has all but given up. Then, while chaperoning a children's birthday party in a suburban medieval theme restaurant, Julie suddenly falls into a cold faint... and awakens in fabled Camelot, face-to-face witht he greatest hero of them all -- the legendary Lancelot.
I enjoyed this book, it was a nice light read. If you enjoy stories on Camelot, you should like this.
a little time travel, a little romance....a great read!
An interesting read - well written, no doubt. Story line was extremely imaginative and well thought out, but at times VERY hard to swallow, even keeping in mind it is fiction - 4 stars from me.
While chaperoning a children's birthday party at a medieval theme restaurant, Julie Gaffney suddenly faints while examining a suit of armor. She awakens in Camelot, face-to-face with the legendary Lancelot. Julie soon realizes she has a mission to fulfill. Only she can stop the destruction of Camelot and save Lancelot from the royal deception that will tarnish his name for all time.
While I've liked other time-travel books by this author, I wasn't crazy about this one. I really didn't see any connection between Julie and Lancelot. Don't know how they suddenly fell in love. Camelot was a very over-the-top fairy tale land. I was glad when the story went back to present day NYC. The rest of the book was trying to get Excalibur and Lancelot back to Camelot. Interesting but no real originality. My rating: 2 Stars.