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White Rose (Knight Errant #3)

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R. Garcia y Robertson's delightful saga of time travel and romance, which began with Knight Errant and continued through Lady Robyn, grows even more irresistible as Robyn Stafford, a savvy Hollywood exec mystically transplanted to 15th century England, works overtime to secure happiness and true love amidst the fratricidal madness of the War of the Roses.

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Paperback, 432 pages
Published October 1st 2005 by Tor Books (first published September 1st 2004)
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Ahhhh stories about witches. I never can resist them! These modern day witches are sent back to another time where Kings and Queens ruled - people rode horses for their means of transportation- you know the midevil drill. Mix it with pot smoking/ tight jean wearing witches.... well you get my drift. Anyhow, this book is engaging and hokey enough to keep me going. Not a show of masterful writing but.... makes for a beach read.
I have finished the trio!
First some background: In real history, Edward Of March becomes Edward IV and marries a commoner, Elizabeth Woodville who then demands favors and offices for her extended family making her very unpopular. She had many sisters.
In Mr. Y Robertson's series, the entire clan of Woodvilles are called Wydvilles or Weirdvilles and characterized as a coven of witches determined to foil Edward's love, Lady Robyn who has slipped from our time into his time. All their efforts to se
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Good series, it is a fantasy, so don't take it too seriously, but the historical references on the War of the Roses are reasonably accurate. I enjoy time travel, so it was fun.
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This book was a disappointment after the other two
Just really disappointed with how this trilogy ended.
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Rodrigo Garcia y Robertson (born 1949) is an American writer of historical and fantasy fiction. He holds a Ph.D in history and taught at UCLA and Villanova University before becoming a full-time writer. In addition to his eight novels, he has had numerous short stories published in fantasy and science fiction anthologies. He lives in Mount Vernon, Washington.

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