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  • Thrown into the arms of a Norman-Welsh knight

    Uptight Katy Tolson lives and dies by her mobile and her day planner. Her well-ordered life is organized down to the minute including her job as a translator, her perfect, but boring fiancé, and her upcoming wedding in accordance with her 5- and 10-year plans. But while on a girls' trip to Wales, a careless wish throws her back in time to medieval Wales and the arms of Sir Robert Beucol. Half Norman and half Welsh, Robert is toiling in the King's service in a desperate bid to regain his family's honor and holdings after his father's treasonous defection to the Welsh when Robert was just a boy. Will helping Katy deflect Robert from his course, or will she open him to his true path? This novel vividly captures how truly dangerous it would be for a woman to time travel to medieval times while retaining all of the romance and passion expected from the genre. Many times, time travel books neglect to reflect on the reality of how brutally women were treated at the hands of "honorable" men, or how wide the language gulf would be between modern and medieval peoples, so Must Love Chainmail is refreshing in that both realities are tackled head-on in an insightful manner. The plot moves along at a fast clip, and despite their communication difficulties, Katy and Robert's spirited dialogue is by turns hilarious then endearing. Their chemistry is undeniable and their passion leaps off the page. This book is a must-read for fans of time travel romance.

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  • Must Love Chainmail

    This was a really good book. I enjoyed it a lot and will probably read more of Angela Quarles books. The plot (while a bit silly ~ but the whole idea of time travel is silly) is really quite well done and the characters are likeable and authentic. I would recommend this as a light beach read.

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