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Book Reviews of Knights

Author: Linda Lael Miller
ISBN-13: 9780671873172
ISBN-10: 0671873172
Publication Date: 11/1/1996
Pages: 400
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.

3.9 stars, based on 74 ratings
Publisher: Pocket
Book Type: Paperback
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I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Linda Lael Miller is one of my favorite authors.
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Wow this one an amazing book. I highly recommend this book to any fans of the time travel and medieval romance!
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Great, great story. So many twists & turns has you guessing until end. Could not put down until finished.
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This is one of the best books she's written. If you like medieval stories, you'll like this one.
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A good book.
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I thought the book was just ok--it didn't explain why the heroine had to travel back and forth through time and why at the end she knew she was in the medieval world for good.The story left a lot of the story line unanswered.
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Enjoyable read. Good characters.
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My favorite Linda Lael Miller book. Great read, great romance.
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In medieval England, Gloriana, Lady of Kenbrook, awaits her husband, Dane St. Gregory, whom she has not seen since childhood. She is stunned to discover that he has returned with a betrothed; beautiful Gloriana is to be cast into a nunnery. Dane's mysterious sister-in-law, Elaina, counsels her to win Dane's heart or see the entire Kenbrook line imperiled.

Entranced by her passionate will, he cannot resist Gloriana's potent charm, while she falls ever more deeply in love with Dane, her valiant swordsman. But their newfound happiness is brief -- suddenly, Gloriana is swept across the chasm of time to a dazzling future. Trapped centuries apart, Gloriana and Dane suffer the torment of their longing, knowing that only their love for one another and the strength of their desire can reunite them at last.
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Linda Lael Miller's best.
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From the dust jacket: "Deserted by uncaring parents, five-year-old Megan has only her beloved doll to care for, until she steps through a gate in time to the wondrous world of thirteenth-century England, where she becomes Gloriana, Lady of Kenbrook...
Betrothed as a child to Dane St. Gregory, fifth baron of Kenbrook, Gloriana has not seen her husband in more than ten years. When he returns finally from the battlefield, her hopes for a perfect union are cruelly dashed: he has brought with him the fragile, ethereally beautiful Mariette de Troyes, whom he intends to make his wife. Much to the lovely Gloriana's dismay, she learns that the baron plans to annul their marriage and dispatch her to a nunnery. Even worse, she is deeply attracted to the very man who has deemed her unworthy to be his wife.
Fortunately, Gloriana finds a friend in Elaina, Dane's mysterious sister-in-law, a woman cloistered away due to her strange behavior. But behind her eccentric facade Elaina conceals much: the knowledge that Gloriana has been sent to the Kenbrook clan to save them from certain doom. Gloriana prays fervently that Elaina's wisdom may help her to win Dane's heart and unravel the mystery of her own origin. Only then can the house of Kenbrook be spared from the calamitous future Elaina has foreseen, terrible events that will surely occur without Gloriana's powerful, inspiring love.
Entranced by her spellbinding beauty and her magnificent will, Dane cannot resist Gloriana's potent charm, while Gloriana falls more and more passionately in love with her valiant swordsman. But scarecely have they known the magic of their mutual ardor when they are torn asunder: Gloriana falls across the chasm of time and returns most unwillingly to the future. Trapped centuries apart, Gloriana and Dane suffer the torment of their longing, knowing that only their love for one another and the strength of their desire can reunite them at last..."
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Great medieval time-travel!
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A glorious time-travel book.
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time travel
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I did not like the characters, and couldn't get into it, it felt like the author is telling me that Gloriana is in love with Dane, nothing to prove it and no reason why she loves him, couldn't connect with the story!!!!!
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I really loved the time-travel aspects of the story.
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Good story.
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