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Dark Champion

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 3, 2004

    Totally wonderful

    During the reign of Henry Plantagenet, several English prisoners escape captivity in the Holy Land because of the sacrifice of some of their peers. One of these Lord Stryker has become the King¿s Champion, but also remains loyal to the Brotherhood of the Sword consisting of those surviving knights incarcerated together in the Holy Land. Lady Rowena de Vitry, the ¿Lady of Love¿ troubadour hates knights whom she believes are barbarians who take what they want from the defenseless. However, when she meets Stryker sparks fly though neither wants to acknowledge it. She is shocked when he comes to the defense of his half-brother, a troubadour like her............................. King Henry wants Rowena married, but no one seems capable of attaining that status. His wife Eleanor suggests Stryker wed Rowena so that the monarch can feel secure that a major supporter owns a critical estate. Rowena has vowed she will never marry any knight while Stryker has pledged he will never marry as insanity runs in his family. However, the queen pulls strings using the duo as puppets by insisting that Rowena teach Stryker to sing for an upcoming contest.............................. Though an exciting treachery subplot seems an afterthought as this is a Brotherhood of the Sword tale, fans will appreciate this terrific gender war between a gentle acerbic troubadour and a caring hard-boiled knight. The story line works when the lead couple battle while falling in love as predicted by that masterful manipulator the Queen. The secondary characters enable the audience to either see inside the reign of Henry Plantagenet or understand the prime players. Medieval romance readers will enjoy this tale and look forward to more novels starring other brothers......................... Harriet Klausner

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  • Posted August 28, 2013

    I love the series. This was not my favorite. To many plots and s

    I love the series. This was not my favorite. To many plots and sub plots it was confusing. I loved Stryker and Rowena. I loved their banter.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 26, 2013

    Love it

    Great and fast read!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 23, 2012

    Cloud

    Haha

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 14, 2012

    Very disappointed

    I felt like i was riding a rollercoaster. Too many sub plots and she left you hanging and not knowing who the killer was. I guess she wants u to continue with the Brotherhood books but i wont! I felt no chemistry for the main characters either. The ending was rushed too.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 23, 2004

    Excellent!

    I love all her books! I can't wait to find out what happens with the other two brothers! and the brotherhood! When i finished this book, i reread the first three and it still fasinates me. Keep on writing and i'll keep on readin!

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