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The Savage Damsel and the Dwarf by Gerald Morris
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Oct 05, 09

bookshelves: historical-fiction, fantasy-fiction, romance, young-adult
Read in May, 2008

Arguably one of my favorite books of all time.
This is a fabulous romantic adventure. At the heart of the story is the idea of loving someone for what's inside them rather than their outward appearance or the great things they have supposedly done.
Lynet sets off to find Camelot and save her sister from having to marry an evil knight. Along the way, she meets Roger, a dwarf, who helps her find her way. When they arrive at Camelot, Lynet pleads for help, but the only one to volunteer is a kitchen boy, Beaumains. No one knows who he really is, but he immediately proves that he has had knightly training when he slays two seasoned knights. Lynet, Roger and Beaumains travel to Lynet's castle, and along the way Lynet falls for Beaumains's handsome face and great skill. But he can't offer her what she truly needs: friendship. That comes from Roger and when his life is endangered, Lynet learns the true meaning of love. But Roger has a secret that will change his and Lynet's lives forever.
Romance, adventure, humor, this has it all!!!
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