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The Knight's Broken Promise Paperback – February 6, 2015
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From the Author
There are times in your life when you think you're going to have one experience, and you have a completely different one. This is what happened to me when I toured castles in Wales.
I knew I'd be excited and awed and that my imagination would run wild. They are castles, after all. What I didn't plan on was the unerring sense of story, of people that lived during that time. I didn't have to close my eyes and pretend, and I didn't have to squint to force my eyes to see. They were all simply there.
Robert, an English knight, was there. Hunched and grieving under a tree. His broad back and bared arms a testament to the times and to training and to a man used to war. But his grief came from something else, from loss, from hope forsaken.
I could do nothing for him. But I knew he couldn't stay where he was and I knew there had to be someone for him. And there is someone...in Scotland...in 1296, on the cusp of the greatest conflict. But Gaira of Clan Colquhoun laughs at conflict; in fact she curses at it all the time. And when she meets Robert, she curses at him, too. --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
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I'm a notorously tough critic. It's not Shakespeare (so no five stars) but is well written and enjoyable. It was good enough I got the sequel, and will get the third volume after that.
I give it a strong recommendation.
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I actually read In Debt to the Enemy Lord first. But I liked Robert more. Aye!Read more