When I Fall in Love (de Piaget Series #4)

When I Fall in Love (de Piaget Series #4)

by Lynn Kurland
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When I Fall in Love (de Piaget Series #4) by Lynn Kurland

Jennifer McKinnon is convinced there are no more knights in shining armor-at least not in Manhattan. Little does she know that a hero of legendary chivalry waits her...800 years in the past.

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ISBN-13: 9780515142969
Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date: 04/24/2007
Series: de Piaget Series , #4
Pages: 464
Sales rank: 334,181
Product dimensions: 4.29(w) x 6.79(h) x 1.28(d)
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Lynn Kurland is the USA Today bestselling author of Stardust of Yesterday, A Dance Through Time, This Is All I Ask, The Very Thought of You, Another Chance to Dream, The More I See You, and If I Had You. She is also a contributor to The Christmas Cat, Christmas Spirits, Veils of Time, Opposites Attract, and A Knight’s Vow anthologies. A full-time writer, she lives in the Pacific Northwest.

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When I Fall in Love (de Piaget Series #4) 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 62 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I adore these books and this one is exceptional. The story is wonderful and the ending had me laughing and crying. Do not miss this book, if you read one Kurland, read this one and you will be hooked. You get to re-visit the lovely, dashing de Piagets- the brave, arrogant, hilarious brothers who can't help but tease and bait each other so that they can brawl and have a go at each other in the lists. Montgomery thinks that Jennifer, like Jake before her, is from the land of Faery. (I would love to see Montgomery go to the future- just imagine his awe- lol) The meddling, matchmaking ghostly trio play a significant part in getting Jennifer with Nicky, as they had with Vicky and Connor, Megan and Gideon. {It was also fun to see Connor again- there's a funny scene in the beginning where Jennifer thinks someone has broken into her apartment and Connor goes to check it out, going into medieval bodyguard mode (Vicky often has to frisk him for weapons...)} And see Wyckham "first-hand" in the Future and the ever-broken/leaking-roof-ed past. Overall a wonderfully romantic, funny, touching visit to the past (and some old friends from prior books). A FANTASTIC read. I don't have to read the end to know that I'll still be happy- and having trouble wiping the sappy smile off my face for awhile yet... see still here ;-) Curl up and enjoy; you DEFINITELY won't ever regret picking up one of Lynn's books. Sweet, satisfying romances don't get any better. Though K S Michaels is my fave, this is not a bad story at all.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This was my first Lynn Kurland novel, but I loved every minute of it and I cannot wait to read more of her work. The humor is actually funny, I found myself laughing a great deal, and the romance is sweet, I found myself getting that warm fuzzy feeling on more than one occasion. Now I like steamy sex scenes as much as the next person, but I am relieved that Kurland felt she didn't need this kind of stuff to clutter up in her story. I just hope that I can have such a dashing knight like Nicolas some day!
harstan More than 1 year ago
Manhattan concert violinist Jennifer McKinnon feels she will never meet and marry her soulmate though she admits the potential pool of perspective suitors is wider than most single females. Her maternal heritage includes mating with a beloved from a different time period than their own. These otherworldly relationships are taken for granted by Jennifer and her kin.--------- Unbeknownst to lonely Jennifer, the ghost-side of her family believes they have the ideal spouse for her. They plan to hook her up with and married to Nicholas de Piaget, even if he is a thirteenth century knight and she is a twenty-first century musician. Her matchmaking kin send Jennifer through a time gate to Nicholas¿ era where each finds the strings of their respective heart stirring. As they fall in love, this duet has a problem that time cannot heal as she wants to go home.------------- This is an interesting romantic fantasy starring a likable couple who obviously belong together, but whose time may not come to pass. Interestingly there are no villains as everyone wants the musician and the knight to come together. Jennifer has a problem because she wants her Starbucks and her Nicholas. Though somewhat muted, fans of time travel romances will enjoy this ghostly enhanced tale of two chronologically impaired people falling into a love that will be forever.------- Harriet Klausner
BloomB More than 1 year ago
I have loved every book I have read of the de Piaget series. I can't get enough of the characters in these books. They are multi-faceted and jump right out of the books into your heart. When I start one I cannot put it down. I don't read the books too fast because I don't want them to be over.
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songbirdsue More than 1 year ago
I think this might be my favorite one so far in this series. I could not put it down once I began reading. From the start it captured me. I love that Jennifer is a violinist; I could understand the importance of music in her life. I thought that the romance was perfect. The Cinderella type story was endearing. Nicholas really knows how to show a girl he loves her. I did not agree with information they withheld from each other, but I understand why they did. It was clean and they kept to kissing until after they were married. This book was not overbearing with villainous activities; there were enough close encounters so that we know that they can handle themselves well in a fight but they were not always in peril. It made it more realistic for me and more enjoyable. I LOVE the time travel aspect that has different people from different times living in other times. It could be confusing but for some reason flows nicely. It also puts a bit of a twist on the historical portion. Because some of the characters are from the 21st century, the 13 century setting is not entirely true, there are aspects and speech that is a crossover. The characters are so real with their own personalities. You just can't help loving each one of them (except the villains of course). I absolutely love the interactions between characters. They are funny and endearing as well as insightful. There is a strong sense of family and love. Just the best reading ever!
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akreaderJH More than 1 year ago
I have all of Ms Kurland's books in this series and have enjoyed reading them each several times.
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