- File Size: 2035 KB
- Print Length: 404 pages
- Publisher: Glynnis Campbell; 1 edition (February 1, 2012)
- Publication Date: February 1, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0074J5CIA
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,026 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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"Glynnis Campbell is a gifted new voice, and My Champion is a breathtaking story!"
-Tanya Anne Crosby
"From the first vivid word, Glynnis Campbell immerses the reader deep in medieval England, creating characters rich with texture and emotion...vibrant."
-Amy J. Fetzer
"Ms. Campbell's debut novel propels readers into the fourteenth century with vivid descriptions and details of the life of the commoner. The nonstop action, strong plot, and fascinating characters draw you deeply into the story. As the first in a trilogy about the de Ware brothers, My Champion will have readers clamoring for more."
"Well-written, with a fine sense of detail, My Champion is a sexy, lighthearted romp of a story."
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Duncan sees this beautiful woman that he isn't sure she's not really an angel at the festival in the village. He decides she has no protector and appoints himself to the job. She doesn't want a protector. She sees no danger. As far as she's concerned Duncan is her only danger. He disguises himself as a beggar. Linet de Montfort was raised to associate only with the elite and people of her father's class. He was disowned and expelled from his family holding even though he was from one of the best houses. He drilled into Linet that she tell everyone she was a de Montfort. Linet was a bit of a snob. She looked down on Duncan because she thought he was a beggar and did not want to be seen with her even though he saved her life several times. All Linet wanted was to be a successful Cloth Merchant and prove to her father she could do it.
There was an evil pirate that planned to abduct her and random her to her family and if that didn't work sell her to the highest bidder. The pirate sent men to snatch her and he takes her out on the high seas . Duncan hires on, but soon is caught and wound a tale about working for the Italian King and promises the pirate he can influence the king to give the pirate access to jobs getting lots of money, but first he must take the girl somewhere that gives Duncan a chance to rescue her. It is working until something goes wrong and they are dragged back and he has to do something or die. When they are close to a port he throws her overboard and he jumps. They make it to shore and this adventure goes on until he rescues her for good.
This is truly a fun humorous love story with her always thinking him a beggar and her attitude for the poor people changing because of their help given and attitudes expecting nothing in return. She is shamed by her own attitude and sees him in a different light.
Top international reviews
I read this during “lockdown” and loved every minute of the escapism it brought. Really funny in parts, this book is a joy to read and I now very much look forward to reading about Duncan’s brothers to see if they are half as much fun.
I for one hope that Ms Campbell carries on writing her wonderful books for ever.
There were plenty of twists and turns with more action than usual in a romance. A very enjoyable read.
By the time she had reminded him, for the hundredth time, that he was common and she was a ' de Montfort' I could have climbed into the book and slapped her.
He should have dropped her overboard further from the shore. I am going to read 'My Warrior' now!!