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(Knights Of The Round Table #2)

3.53  ·  Rating details ·  68 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Powerful warriors of nobility and honor, the Knights of the Round Table fought for king and country, rescued damsels, and went on dangerous quests. But true love may be the most perilous quest of all...

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 s
Paperback, 352 pages
Published February 27th 2007 by Jove (first published 2007)
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Paranormal Romance
While traveling to rejoin King Arthur in Camelot, the stumbles upon 3 men attacking a woman. Before he can jump in to protect her, he’s stunned to see this warrior woman make short work of her opponents. She is beautiful, taller than a typical woman and he views her like a goddess. Mayhap he is bewitched but he doesn’t much care. He fancies himself in love with this woman and tells her as such. The heroine is on a mission from her people and she holds her secrets tight to her chest. The manner i ...more
Jun 02, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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3.75 stars.
This is a slightly less well known Arthurian knight; the tale of Sir Geraint and Lady Enide is less popular than those of Lancelot or Gawain. At its core, it concerns a knight who has a falling out with his wife because he believes she's shamed him, but they go on a harrowing journey together during which she saves him multiple times despite his orders not to speak, and they eventually reconcile.
In this version, diplomat Geraint and warrior tribeswoman Enid meet and quickly discover a
Aug 15, 2019 rated it it was ok
I had great expectations starting out, it dragged in the middle and just petered out at the end.
Mar 10, 2012 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: historical

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
Apr 30, 2013 rated it liked it
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 marri
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