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Jessica Blakely appears to have it all as composer-in-residence at a prestigious university. But what she really wants is a husband and family. On a trip to England, Jessica walks in an estate garden and wishes on a star for a "fair and gallant knight... a man to love me at least as much as he loves himself." Within moments fog rolls in, and when it lifts the garden is gone and she's swept up by an armored knight, narrowly escaping being trampled by a mounted hunting party. Richard of Burwyck-on-the-Sea hates having to be chivalrous, but as leaving the lovely woman isn't an option, he carries her home with him.
The fact that Jessica is far, far from Manhattan takes only a little while to sink in, as does the realization that this bold, brash knight is the man for her. But for Richard, whose own dreams of happiness were beaten out of him as a child, it takes a little longer to accept that Jessica is the mate that fate and time have sent him. But even if Jessica wants to stay in 1260 England with her battle-hardened knight, will the forces that drew her to him across time allow her to remain? And if Richard gives his wary heart into Jessica's keeping, can he be sure she won't carry it away with her into the future and leave him alone?
Kurland has a talent for mixing the pageantry of medieval England and the romance of knightly chivalry with the gritty reality of everyday life. Add a brooding hero and a feisty heroine, a plot that avoids cliches, and a unique voice from Kurland that's downright charming, and you have The More I See You. --Lois Faye Dyer
It is a great book to read on a rainy day !
I sit reading for hours on end, smiling, laughing out loud, crying and wishing that love and romance were the way she makes it sound in her books.
The storyline was exciting and moved along very smoothly with characters that were well developed and intelligent.
This is my favorite story by Lynn Kurland. Couldn't wait for it to be available for Kindle reading. Now I have it!Published 1 month ago by Clare Tegreene
I had this book in paperback and lost it during a move. I searched for it on Kindle and it was not available. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Happy Mom
This book can be read by all ages and is entertaining enough that it doesn't need any more. I find it to be the best of reads.Published 1 month ago by Jelly Bean
Kurlands early works now available for Kindle!
I love Lynn Kurland romances.
Give me a haunted castle with a good looking ghost, a feisty lass who visits the... Read more
And, that was the case early in this book. Jessica starts out by not even being able to bring herself to voice a protest when her unwanted boyfriend, who she only used for a trip... Read morePublished 8 months ago by G. Gavin
Another great read from Kurland. I thought this time she was going to write without including the Piaget family but right toward the end she brought them together.Published 11 months ago by Marilyn L.
I really did enjoy this time travel novel. Jessica is a lady down on love. She gets her wish and gets her knight in shining armor,only he does not ride a white horse. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Freck's Mom
The More I See You is my favorite book by Kurland. I've read it multiple times and never get tired of it. Read morePublished on April 25, 2012 by Britta