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One Perfect Knight by Judith O'Brien
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Jun 18, 2010

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bookshelves: romance, summer-2010-project
Read from June 13 to 15, 2010

This is the typical romance story. This book takes the heroine into the medieval time of Camelot. She discovers the plot against the King and Lancelot. She tries to save Camelot and accidently brings Lancelot and Excalibur back to her home in modern day New York. There is much confusion, and their enemy who had come with them stalks them through New York. The heroine must save her love Lancelot and try to change public opinion on Camelot. They save the day, and end up living happily ever after in Camelot. Overall this was an okay story, but the concept was too far out there to actually ever feasibility happen. This is the reason that people read romances, because they can picture the story happening. If you want a more unique concept on Camelot romance read this book.

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