A Knight's Vow

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Penguin, Sep 1, 2001 - Fiction - 352 pages
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Fantasies are made of knights in shining armor. Men whose ferocity in battle was tempered by a code of chivalry…whose passions brought them to their knees before the women they desired…whose loyalty and honor never wavered—and whose vows were never broken. These are the men of our dreams—and now you can find them in four breathtaking Medieval tales by today’s most acclaimed writers of historical romance...
 
In Lynn Kurland's "The Traveller," a bedraggled knight makes a solemn vow to protect, defend, and rescue any and all maidens in distress—even those from Manhattan.
 
A vow to marry for love transforms a marquis into a minstrel who must sing for his supper—and for a woman whose heart is true in Patricia Potter's "The Minstrel."
 
In Deborah Simmons' "The Bachelor Knight," a forgotten vow comes back to haunt the greatest knight in all the land, when a fair maiden asks for his hand in marriage.
 
Trapped underground with his unwilling betrothed, a determined knight vows to free her—body and soul in Glynnis Campbell's "The Siege."
 

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Set during the misty Middle Ages, when brave knights in shining armor rescued fair maidens and chivalry and honor were prized above all things, this quartet of novellas from some of the genre's ... Read full review

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I always enjoy stories from Lynn Kurland, and the other three stories from other authors were pretty good as well. A nice, quick, light read. Read full review

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