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A True and Perfect Knight

3.19 of 5 stars 3.19  ·  rating details  ·  16 ratings  ·  4 reviews
Susan Charnley's debut novel is a captivating medieval romance, filled with emotion, drama, and well-drawn period detail.

Sir Haven de Sessions is one of King Edward's most loyal subjects -- a warrior reputed to be a true and perfect knight, beloved by the ladies and admired by the lords -- but he takes no pleasure in his current task for his sovereign. A longtime friend,
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Paperback, 315 pages
Published December 1st 2001 by Leisure Books
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Anna Erishkigal
After finishing up an intensive month of work and the holidays, I was in the mood for some nice, easy-reading simply for an escape (kinda like craving candy corn). There's nothing better to accomplish that end than to dive into a legacy romance-novel binge. A True and Perfect Knight caught my eye.

When reviewing a romance novel, it's fair to keep in mind that these are written to escape. I wanted a couple of hours of romance and feel-good fluff. I got it. I actually learned something about Welsh
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Rue Allyn
I wrote this book so I'm biased.
Dr. Ben
Read this for a class in undergrad. So hilariously bad in all the bodice-ripping ways you'd expect from the cover. Full of turgid shafts and quivering mounds and attempts to impose modern pseudo-feminism on the Middle Ages only to eventually end up delighting itself with hyperconservative gender roles in nearly every way.
Lorraine
i loved this story. At first you want to hate the hero but then he turns around.
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