From Medieval England to the Crusades in the Holy Land comes a legendary woman of Magic and Might.
In the days of Richard the Lionheart, Gwendolyn was born. Conceived within the Druid mists, at King Arthur's Legendary Pool of Pendragon and as prophesied by a Druid Priestess, she grew into womanhood, and became the most powerful knight the world had ever seen.
When Miles Delong, Earl of Radstock and military adviser to King Richard first saw her, he was lost to her beauty and might. He taught her the art of war, but it was Gwendolyn who taught Sir Miles the art of love.
Together, Gwendolyn and Myles fought their enemies both at home and in the Holy Land. But it was not until Sir Miles was treacherously given over to Saladin, the King of the Moors, that Gwendolyn left England's Druid Groves and went to the Holy Land, not as Gwendolyn Delong, wife of the Earl of Radstock, but as Sir Eldwin of Radstock, where she led the fight through the bloody Crusades and into to the very court of Saladin, that the Queen of Knights became a legend.
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Enjoyable if a bit predictable
I enjoyed the characters. They were fun and easy to relate to. The historical background mixed with mythology was fun too.
Can't think of any off hand.
I definitely loved Miles the best.
No one character sticks out for me. The book and characters were well written and even the bad guys were great.
Good narrator with an enjoyable performance. Kind of a bad British ascent but that didn't hurt the story at all in my opinion.
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