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My Champion

My Champion

3.9 55
by Glynnis Campbell

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The Knights of de Ware...From a long line of legendary warriors come three brothers to carry on the rich and powerful de Ware legacy: Duncan the Champion...Holden the Warrior...Garth the Hero...


Sir Duncan de Ware is a



The Knights of de Ware...From a long line of legendary warriors come three brothers to carry on the rich and powerful de Ware legacy: Duncan the Champion...Holden the Warrior...Garth the Hero...


Sir Duncan de Ware is a sworn champion of the common man and a master of disguise. So when he finds plucky maiden-in-distress Linet de Montfort facing off against a notorious pirate, noble Duncan goes undercover to come to her rescue, despite her insistence that she can take care of herself. When the pirate abducts her, Duncan and Linet are caught up in a breathless adventure of danger and romance on the high seas. And soon Linet realizes her only hope is to trust her mysterious hero-with her life and her heart.

Book Details

  • A full-length novel originally published by Penguin-Putnam
  • Revised by the author in 2012
  • R-rated for sensual passages
More Historical Romances by Glynnis Campbell
The Warrior Maids of Rivenloch
THE SHIPWRECK (a novella)

The Knights of de Ware

Medieval Outlaws

Scottish Lasses
THE OUTCAST (a novella)

California Legends

Editorial Reviews

Kathe Robin
Ms. Campbell’s debut novel propels readers into the 14th century with vivid descriptions and details of the life of a commoner. The non-stop action, strong plot and fascinating characters draw you deeply into the story.
Romantic Times

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Meet the Author

Glynnis Campbell is a USA Today bestselling author of swashbuckling action-adventure historical romances set in Scotland, England, and the American West, with over a dozen books published in six languages. She has won awards in the Orange Rose, Hearts through History, and Book Buyers Best contests and was a double finalist in the Romance Writers of America RITA Awards. Her books appear in several multi-author boxed sets with such esteemed talents as Bella Andre, Marie Force, Tanya Anne Crosby, Lauren Royal, Kathryn Le Veque, Eliza Knight, and Claire Delacroix. Writing from her California home, she loves playing medieval matchmaker and transporting readers to a place where the bold heroes have endearing flaws, the women are stronger than they look, the land is lush and untamed, and chivalry is alive and well!

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My Champion 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 55 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Overall this was a good read. I had some issues with Linet. She is more than just "spirited". She shows a frequent complete lack of common sense and absolutely no sense of self-preservation. Her shallow and misplaced pride also get frustrating, as do the overabundance of weaving analogies. Also, Duncan has dozens of by-blows which are written in as passing reference which is kind of unsettling to the storyline. I get it- different times, different cultures, but it still puts a check mark into the Irresponsible Dumb-A$$ column of his qualities.Other than these few peeves, it had plenty of action and romance and kept me engaged.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The book had good characters with sparkaling personalitys. It is a fairly simple book, but is at the same time very colorful and interesting since it includes quite a bit of adventure and romance.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I had a very difficult time trying to finish this book. The heroine is probably the STUPIDEST character I have ever had the misfortune of reading about! Absolutely no common sense! Every time she did something deadly stupid I wanted to scream! It made this book difficult to finish!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I dont know if I want to take a chance and buy another book for the story was good but linet was driving me nuts. Please dont mess up a good book with a silly women. You have the making of a good writer and could have done so much more with that silly child. I will give your book another shot. For maybe this was a bad mistake in Linet. He deserve a woman. Ms. D from N.Y.C
ilovetoreadBY More than 1 year ago
This is the Best Book I have read by; Glynnis Cambell. I love to read stories like this. Sword Fighting,medieval stories,Cruise ships ,Scottish Castles, and especial Swashbuckling Historical Romances.I couldn't put the book down. It was so exciting I was afraid I would miss something by putting it down. I loved Linet..she couldn't trust a common person. I loved the Sir Duncan de ware. The sword fight was wonderful. I felt like I was there. THIS is my kind of a book to read. It keeps you excited and waiting for the next thriller.I am looking for more of her books. She is a very good author.I got to get another of her exciting book. Love you Glynnis....
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
not captivating Enough to keep you turning the page. Over descriptive drag! I suppose its an insight into those times where the guy spreads his seed and the woman's raised to be a chauvinist The hero does not seem responsible and the heroine is arrogant. Just when you think its over, the author wants to tie up storyline loose ends. And drags on
NavyWave62 More than 1 year ago
3.5 STARS!! I liked Duncan as a hero, but really couldn't understand WHY he liked Linet. He was for the poor and common person. Linet really upset me - she was very hard to like, and I didn't care for her until the last 1/4 of the book. What did Duncan see in her? She didn't like the poor, nor the common people, as Duncan did. But the last 1/4 of the book was worth the read. They must be read in order to fully appreciate the knowledge you learn of the 3 brothers in this book. The lovemaking is a little descriptive, but not vulgar. (ljb)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Too drawn out but overall good story. Too many bastard children and he cant tell them from the strays he brought home. And who is attracted to a beggar? Ever??
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I like this writer and was pleased that I remained interested through out the entire book. I also have read the next book in the series with the same contentment with the story plot, depth of characters and romance. A Good Read.
Guest More than 1 year ago
My co-worker met the author at the Irish Fair this year.. being male he did not enjoy the book at all. I took it up, and could not put it down. Glynnis has a vivid imagination, Duncan and Linet are a crazy match, even though it is hard to believe that a man would endure such pain (physically and emotionally) for his betrothed. Anyway, I have ordered My Warrior and My Hero to finish the series of the De Ware brothers. Good solid enjoyment!
Guest More than 1 year ago
it was a nice funny book i couldn't put it down
Anonymous 6 months ago
Oh Glynnis! This book was really an enjoyable read from beginning to end! My Champion had so many twists and turns my head was spinning but through every page turn you had me yearning for the next chapter. Sir Duncan's disguse as a beggar was odd at first...I couldn't understand why he would deny his nobility to guard the cloth stand of Lynet. But as the story gained momenum and the plot thickend, I was in for the adventure! Great characters and steamy romance! I can't wait to findout what has happened to Duncan's brother in Scotland now! Five stars from Marianne C in WV...
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Nice story. It was like watching a good movie. Just a little daunting; some parts felt like communication between the characters was not realistic.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Not a bad story. Linnet drove me crazy since she couldn't decide if she loved Duncan or not. Based upon the preview, I might give the second book a try.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Linet is incredibly annoying. Duncan deserves far better than to fall in love with her. Nonetheless, the story is a good read due to its supporting cast and many amusing turns in plot.
Antubus More than 1 year ago
It's a shame that I really couldn't stand the heroine in this book - because all the other characters were very well written and "fleshed" out. Alas, I couldn't understand why our hero would even be interested in such a b#tchy woman. But no, he pursued her ad nauseam. This is what I'd call a "romantic" level of sex - not a whole lot and not very graphic; just right for those of you who prefer that the sex doesn't eclipse the story. I might try to get through the next one, as I'm curious to find out what happens to our hero's brothers, but the thought of having to put up with another heroine like this one totally turns me off. Maybe if it's free . . .
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved this storyline . Can't wait to read the next book, My Warrior.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved the characters and story line. Great author
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Rarely do I give reviews on books I disliked, because I try and see things from the author's viewpoint. But this book was truly an utter catastrophe. Duncan was too good of a character in every way. Linet was AWFUL. There was no balance between the characters! No "this flaw of hers is countered by this trait of his" or vice versa. They were completely unbelievable. She was stupid (and we're talking beyond d-u-m-b), conceited, and utterly dislikeable. There was not one single moment in this story where she redeemed herself. She was constantly whiny, and blamed everything on the man that saved her multiple times. I cannot believe this character was written by a woman. Linet is the epitome of female stereotypes. I spent most of this book hoping that one of the pirates would somehow manage to kill her off. I don't think that a female character must be a sword bearing lass with a feisty spirit and quick temper (though that is an awesome character). But she has to be *something* other than just a woman. She has to have some strength. Whether she's strong, smart, kind, or has some kind of skills is up to you. But for Pete's sake! Give her *something*!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Will be reading the rest of the series
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Just loved this story. We all dream of finding our champion and here is a great one!!! So worth reading.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago