Peaches Alexander is thrilled to receive an unexpected invitation to a weekend party given by the handsome, eligible Duke of Kenneworth. The only problem: Stephen de Piaget, a stuffy medieval studies scholar who seems determined to get in the way. Peaches has absolutely no desire to get involved with Stephen, until a quirk of fate sends her hurtling through time….
Stephen de Piaget has been leading a double life: respectable professor by day, knight-in-training during holidays and summer terms. When Peaches goes missing, Stephen knows he's the only one who can rescue her from medieval peril. Little do they know that the greatest danger they'll face won't be the business end of a sword, but their own unruly hearts….
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Awesome! Great Read and even better Listen!
It ranks very near the top! I enjoy this genre and Lynn Kurland is a favorite author. I have almost all of her books!
Of course Stephan! He has fascinated me since I first read of him, he is not your obvious hero; but that is why I like him!
And again, Stephen!
Oh, Yes! I read it one day! And almost listened to it in one sitting; but I had to stop for school!
I have always wanted to hear Kurland's books in audio and I got the chance with this one which is one of my favorite of her De Piaget (I hope I spelled that right) series!
Knight in shining tweed!
This isn't my favorite book in the series, but it is a nice story about two lovable characters & their attempts at finding love. There is a little sword-play, some silly insults, lots of jabs at wardrobe choices, and of course some time travel. If you enjoy that sort of romance, then this book is for you. As with any of Kurland's other books, I love the story. I already feel I know the characters from previous books and I'm happy to hear their individual tales. I suppose there isn't much I don't like about this series of books, other than there aren't enough available through audible.
It looks as if Robin might actually be getting used to the idea of paranormal oddities. He has some fun with his visitors this time around.
Yes, I would & have before as well. I would just make sure it's almost entirely a cast of British characters. In this book, she didn't distinguish the Americans from the Brits. It was difficult to listen to Peaches, Tess & even Zachary speaking with distinctive English accents. It got on my nerves a bit, but it's still an excellent book.
As with most Kurland's books, this is again PG to PG-13. If you're looking for lots of bedroom action, you might want to keep looking.
- J. Rekieta