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Knightly Love By Fyn Alexander,

  • Title: Knightly Love
  • Author: Fyn Alexander
  • ISBN: 9781611186338
  • Page: 158
  • Format: ebook
  • In the days when men sought to rescue damsels in distress, Sir Benedict Childerley s only desire is to rescue Lord Robin Holt from an arranged marriage Lord Robin, a sweet, gentle boy from a wealthy family, wants a knight in shining armor.When they meet Sir Ben is not charging in a white steed, but on his back unconscious after a jousting accident Temporarily banished toIn the days when men sought to rescue damsels in distress, Sir Benedict Childerley s only desire is to rescue Lord Robin Holt from an arranged marriage Lord Robin, a sweet, gentle boy from a wealthy family, wants a knight in shining armor.When they meet Sir Ben is not charging in a white steed, but on his back unconscious after a jousting accident Temporarily banished to a Welsh monastery, Lord Robin tends the knight s injuries, and despite this ignominious first encounter, Lord Robin quickly realizes that the handsome knight is the only man who can win his heart Sir Ben, the bastard son of a rich lord, is willing to fight an army in order to keep his beloved boy.
    Knightly Love In the days when men sought to rescue damsels in distress Sir Benedict Childerley s only desire is to rescue Lord Robin Holt from an arranged marriage Lord Robin a sweet gentle boy from a wealthy f

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    1. Keeping in mind the time period this book was set in, the possible views and beliefs of that time about rank and what a man is supposed to be Keeping in mind the characters personalities and what drove them And keeping in mind that this is fiction above all else, this book still threw me for a loop.The dialogue, what was said and how it was said, drove me insane If that wasn t bad enough, I didn t connect or sympathize with Robin, the narrator, and even less with Ben I couldn t figure out where [...]

    2. As I remember from my history lessons, literacy was not a priority to the nobles in the 15 or early 16th century, so needles to say, the tutor idea surprised me right off the start I also doubt that in those ages a small cluster of happy and comfortable about their masculinity men could have lived long enough to enjoy themselves and prosper at the same time However, there are plenty of books out there that are written with less consideration for history or plain old logic I can name names, but o [...]

    3. The problem with writing historicals is that everyone thinks they know than you do I am not a historian, but I check every historical detail before I write it Then my editor checks it and then the publisher checks it So when a book goes to print it is as historically accurate as possible But bear in mind that it is a romance and not an essay There have been a couple of comments about Knightly Love claiming it contains inaccurate information It does not My publisher and I make every effort make [...]

    4. An incredibly dumb plot,a romance without any romance,incorrect historical facts galore,dialogue that made me queasy,kinky sex scenes that were far from being erotic and extremely unappealing characters The overall writing was o.k but that didn t save this book.

    5. Climbing inside this book was easy Getting out was hard Whew What a book hanger.Now, the next time I climb inside this lovely descriptive book, I must remember to bring a sword so that I may slice off you know who s head This was a vivid book.Graphic, bloody and a simply beautifully crafted world The characters were stunning.The pacing was grand The writing style sine and IMO it easily allow a person inside There was one scene that wasn t for me but, overall I adored this read

    6. Check out Td and Sims review it sums up my feelings perfectly about how bad this story turned out to be I am still incredulous as to what this was supposed to be, if it was meant to be funny it certainly wasn t gag worthy comes to mind

    7. I liked everything about that The whole thing was written very smoothly, and flowed really well I loved the idea of a knightly house back in the middle ages where homosexuality was at least partially acceptable and people could look the other way with a shrug Where a knight can submit to a blacksmith as Cobb says when Robin asks him how it is possible for Nick to see Cobb as his master, The station you are born into is God s choosing What you make of it and the days he has given you is your own [...]

    8. The fact that it has a historical setting totally sinks this book s rating people who don t have a firm grasp on their facts should not venture an attempt Add both main characters being unlikable and you have a recipe for disaster.

    9. Ughr a medievalist this book is a bit of a frustration, but what bothered me most were the flat, unappealing characters Shallow like baby pools

    10. Fyn AlexanderI read the book and I love it I can understand what the author was trying to achieve, and in my opinion, Fyn Alexander succeeded.There was a question from some reviewers whether this was a romantic story, because there was a lack of romance, specially from Sir Benedict s side.Well, I could understand this, seeing as this book happens in Medieval times, where times and people were rough and brutal, specially knights.For the sake of realism it would not do to have an overly romantic a [...]

    11. I loved this book It s so romantic It is completely different from everything I ve read so far The search for true love makes two men to rethink their way of life One proud and determined not to make their inclinations even if it s well known The other wants to be all too idealistic for his beloved Sir Ben.A aHistory worth reading and fantastically written.

    12. Usually when I see a book displaying knights, jousting, and chivalry, I think of flowery, romantic fairy tales Knightly Love by Fyn Alexander is a love story, but it isn t a fairy tale The relationship between Robin Holt and Sir Benedict Childerley is intense, carnal, and unpredictable Life in medieval times was a constant struggle for survival and there was little tolerance for anything that was perceived to be weakness Robin and Ben are products of their environment and stubbornly cling to the [...]

    13. 4 HeartsFirst published at MM Good Book Reviewsmmgoodbookreviews.wordpressRobin has been banished to a monastery after being caught with his hose around his ankles His father was ever in despair, as he was never manly enough, but pushing his marriage early his father hopes it will make a man of him Ben is a manly knight who Robin tends to when he is injured When the time comes for them to leave, Ben to his home and Robin to get married, Ben takes things into his own hands to try to stop the marr [...]

    14. This review was written for MM Good Book Reviewsgoodbookreviews.wordpressRobin has been banished to a monastery after being caught with his hose around his ankles His father was ever in despair, as he was never manly enough, but pushing his marriage early his father hopes it will make a man of him Ben is a manly knight who Robin tends to when he is injured When the time comes for them to leave, Ben to his home and Robin to get married, Ben takes things into his own hands to try to stop the marri [...]

    15. This book is about a young man, Lord Robin, coming to terms with his sexuality, which he is ashamed of and uncomfortable with spanking He does this with the help of Sir Ben, a knight he meets while staying at a monastery The romance grows and changes throughout the story, and such change is often difficult for the characters as well as the reader They both learn to redefine the meaning of manhood, and find happiness in the end I loved it and couldn t put it down Highly recommended to anyone who [...]

    16. Es un libro que intenta hasta el cansancio ser er tico Pero su plot es tan pobre y sus personajes tan poco desarrollados que en conjunto solo termina siendo burdo y agotador de leer

    17. Reviewed By BlackTulip for Booked UpQuiet frankly I don t like the BDSM philosophy, but to be able to have an opinion on the subject I knew I had to read one or two books as an experiment This is my third book and I can say for sure that it will be my last, but nevertheless it was an interesting story.The first one was The Keeper by Kalita Kasar which wasn t so bad the second one was Precious Jade by Fyn Alexander and I hated it So why did I read another one Maybe because it is a medieval story [...]

    18. This story gave me mixed feelings On one hand I loved Robin He was an endearing character who drew me in from the start I was rooting for him the entire time He grew with the story and became a stronger character On the other hand, Sir Ben, Robin s love interested, was a giant asshole It wasn t until the very end of Knightly Love, when he showed the first sign of actually caring about Robin The chemistry between them was iffy There was no doubt on where Robin stood, but Sir Ben was a difficult r [...]

    19. Maybe a little closer to 2.5 because I just had a really hard time connecting with the characters and even if I can see how and why they would be like they are, I still need something that makes me like them and I struggled with Ben I think this is one of those books were I needed both sides point of view I agree with one of the other reviewers though, I wouldn t mind seeing the story of Sir Nicholas and Cob.

    20. My first experience with this author and I m sorry to say the story didn t work for me The overall writing was good, but the plot, and especially the ending was incongruous considering the time and setting of this historical I do plan on giving the other novels by this author a go as they come highly recommended.

    21. I didn t care for this as much as the Assasin books, primarily because I didn t really connect much with main character I d much rather read a book about Sir Nickolas and his lovely blacksmith That said, it was reasonably entertaining.

    22. I like the way Fyn Alexander writes I liked this story very much It was simple but lovely and made my heart warm.

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