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Knights of the Round Table: Geraint (Knights Of The Round Table #2)

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Sir Geraint is one of King Arthur's ablest knights but is considered impulsive by his father, the king of Cornwall. When he rashly marries Enid, a beautiful and mysterious swordswoman, Geraint's decision sparks questions about whether the love that's captured his heart so suddenly is a blessing-or a curse... Used to the gentle ladies of Camelot, Geraint is at once infatuat ...more
ebook, 352 pages
Published February 27th 2007 by Jove Books (first published 2007)
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Crystal
Mar 10, 2012 Crystal rated it really liked it
Hmmm...

Not quite as good as the previous - that whole Great Misunderstanding thing runs through the entire book. The H runs into a lone warrior woman(!) fending off bandits. He ASS-YOU-MEs that she's been forced to learn to defend herself, perhaps pressed into service, etc. He presses for marriage - to rescue her from herself or something - drags her to Camelot to show her what she's missing (how chivalrous of him...), ASS-YOU-MEs that since she's no virgin, that she's possibly been raped and we
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Danae
Apr 30, 2013 Danae rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
The sex in this one came up much more quickly. I'm still not a fan of that. But i enjoyed the book. Geraint and Enid get married while still strangers and realize that neither one trusts the other. So, it's kind of cool that it's about a struggling marriage while neither one is really considering ending it.

One thing i thought was odd, though, is that while it seems to be quite feminist (Enid is a warrior woman), it still contains the ridiculous idea that when two people are consummating a marria
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