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Crusade Knights

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During a dinner at the home of the Emperor, a bastard knight catches the eye of the Emperor’s cousin. Alexius is a lover of men, something that isn’t a problem in his world. Although Walter isn’t the type of man he usually has sex with, he still wants to have him for a night.

Walter has lived his life by the code of his Christian religion. He lives by his sword and has no a
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Published July 2011 by Rexana McCormack
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I am, most of the time, disappointed when I read a short story. Well, this time I wasn't. I think the author did a very good job with the development of the story that takes place in Constantinople in medieval times.
We have two main characters who are poles apart. On one side we have a knight, Sir Walter of Normandy, a widower who was born a bastard, tall, broad, and accustomed to live the life of a soldier, fighting in the name of God on the battlefields. On
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Very typical of this author's work: sweet, with an almost fairytale element of love at first sight, rescues and happily ever after. And it might have been just that I've gotten used to it, but the weird 2 perspective retrospective used in other works didn't seem to be used in this one.
Recommended read.
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