The Angel Knight (Faulkener Family, #1)
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The Angel Knight (Faulkener Family #1)

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Lady Christian, a Scottish renegade, has been declared an outlaw by England's King Edward I. Already seriously ill and facing a royal death sentence, she prays for a miracle. The answer to her prayer comes in the form of a mysterious English knight, who has both a healing touch--and the key to her heart.
Paperback, 352 pages
Published April 1st 1996 by Topaz
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Regan Walker
In the time of Robert the Bruce, there is a legend of gold…

Set in Scotland n 1306-1307, when Edward I reigned in England and Robert the Bruce would become King of Scotland, this is the story of Lady Christian MacGillean, a Scottish heiress and follower of her cousin the Bruce, and who burned her own castle in Western Scotland to keep the English from getting it.

Sir Gavin Faulkener, an English knight, whose mother was a Scot, encounters Christian when she is a prisoner of Edward, and at death’s...more
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Ésto si es un libro de la epoca de Robert Bruce. Sensacional, fantastico y magico. Lleno de drama, de aventuras, de ¡rebeldes!
I found the book to actually be pretty good as far as romance books go. I bought it for 50 cents at the dollar store, so it was a good buy. There were several very noticeable grammar and spelling errors which was a little odd.
A wonderful way to turn off the brain and enjoy a nice story. The hero is the most likeable male lead in a romance novel I've read so far. A nice break from strenuous graduate reading.
Susannah Carleton
I'm re-reading this wonderful book for the umpteenth time. I've enjoyed all of Susan King's books, but this one is my favorite.
Good book to read for relaxing without any "brain stain." I read for pleasant entertainment mostly. This book gave me just that.
Ana T.
Hero saves heroine from imprisonment by the king and has his loyalties divided between Robert The Bruce and the english king
This was a great story. I loved the secrets revealed at the end.
What a surprise! I really enjoyed this.
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SUSAN FRASER KING is a multi-published, bestselling, award-winning author and a former art history lecturer. She holds a B.A. in art and an M.A. and most of a Ph.D. in art history, with postgraduate work in medieval studies. Her books are widely praised for historical detail and a lyrical writing style, and she has won multiple honors and awards for her novels written as Susan King and Sarah Gabri...more
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