Circles in Time

Circles in Time Investigative reporter Kendra O Brien knows its a dream so when Navarre de Galliard charges up in chain mail she does what any modern career girl would do she makes a pass at him Only then does she

  • Title: Circles in Time
  • Author: Tess Mallory
  • ISBN: 9780505522016
  • Page: 395
  • Format: Paperback
  • Investigative reporter Kendra O Brien knows its a dream, so when Navarre de Galliard charges up in chain mail, she does what any modern career girl would do she makes a pass at him Only then does she realize that she isn t in Kansas any This is 13th century England, and he thinks she s the wicked witch

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    1. The story itself was good. Kendra gets thrust into the Legend of Robin Hood and his Merry Men. However the main hero is not Robin of Locksley, but a Knight named Navarre de Galliard.My only issue was the protagonist. For 4/5ths of the book, Kendra didn't do much but bursts into sobs every time anything dangerous happened--especially where Navarre was concerned. She's one of those female leads that read like a brave heroine at first glance, but ultimately leaves it up to the hero to save her. She [...]

    2. A wonderful romantic time swept novel! A pleasure to find myself among Robin Hood and Lady Marian. Although the main characters were incredibly exciting themselves, Navarre and Kendra. Decidedly more realistic than most with what woman really went through in those times, Mallory was not afraid to write it and it made for a better read. Though sometimes I did wonder how the Sheriff of Nottingham kept his hands to himself as much time he spent alone with Kendra and wanting her as badly. A great en [...]

    3. Honestly, I was bored at first. But as the story progressed, I finally can't just put down the book. I especially love Kendra's practical character and how she is so a woman in the story. She is strong-willed and most of the time reckless. Nevarre, is okay although I laughed at his reaction towards Kendra when he finds that he couldn't get rid of her image. I'll give this story of a damsel in distress and a knight in tarnished armor a 5 out of 5. It's just unique and pretty funny for a first boo [...]

    4. The story itself was pretty good, but what I really loved was the author's logic. She had her heroine well-equipped and had logical reasons why. She had logical reasons behind the actions of her characters. There was no being jolted out of the story by the sheer stupidity of some character or other.

    5. this bk was ok, read first 5 chapters then skipped to back and read a few, then skipped and read last chapter.

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