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Fantasy
  • Author:
    Julianne Lee
  • ISBN:
    0441015735
  • ISBN13:
    978-0441015733
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  • Publisher:
    Ace (January 29, 2008)
  • Subcategory:
    Fantasy
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  • Rating:
    4.6
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Knight's Lady, by Julianne Lee, is the third book in her Knight's Blood series. It tells the story of a very intensely in love couple from 20th century America who find themselves as landowners in 24th century Ireland.

Knight's Lady, by Julianne Lee, is the third book in her Knight's Blood series. Their son, having grown to adulthood via an alternate timeline from their own, arrived on the scene to find out why his parents abandoned him (they hadn't). Lindsay, the wife and mother is abducted by a Faerie, with bursts of accompanying magic, but not much interaction with the mortal world. Their son, having grown to adulthood via an alternate timeline from their own, arrived on the scene to find out why his parents abandoned him (they hadn't)

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Julianne Lee. Report an error in the book. Drag & drop your files (not more than 5 at once). ww. ookviewcafe. Lady Lindsay MacNeil bolted awake at the landing trumpet and her heart surged to pounding. ISBN: 978-1-61138-257-0. For my fabulous new agent, Ginger Clark. One. A sleepy smile touched her lips, and it spread across her face as the thin, tinny notes reporting the arrival repeated, wafted from above by the sea wind.

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Written by Julianne Lee, Audiobook narrated by Katina Kalin. Magically transported to fourteenth-century Scotland, Alex and Lindsay MacNeil find their loyalty and love to each other tested when they are separated in battle.

Knight& Lady, Lee, Julianne. This book features an endearing heroine who is brought wonderfully to life through the art of newcomer LeUyen Pham. Варианты приобретения.

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As Lindsay and Alex MacNeil, who have been brought to fourteenth-century Scotland by magic, try to make the best of their new life, they are attacked by the Knight An Reubair who has long desired to make Lindsay his wife and uses his seductive powers to make her bend to his will. Original.

Quellik
A great start to a great series
Jeb
I received this book from LibraryThing for and honest review. An interesting tale of trust, struggles, loyalty and magic. Since this book is the third in a series I did not understand the story from the beginning and as a reader it would be best to begin with Book 1 to understand the complete plot.
For me, there were many gaps in the story line since I did not read from the start and did not understand the whole story behind the plot, but what I have read I could detect that all three main characters struggled with trust the most. Yet their strong characters shimmered through and kept at it without wavering.
The three main characters Lindsay, Alex and Trefor had their own struggles to deal with during this book. Each had to fight to stay alive, to save the other, and though there were not much love between Trefor and the other two he still sacrificed to gain their freedom. Loyalty a constant factor he had to deal with. Once Trefor understood more about his own destiny he freely walked into it and received what was spoken over him.
The love between Alex and Lindsay were admirable being the solid threat that run throughout the story, keeping them both alive. They withstood sickness, hunger, cold and death to be with each other once again, risking themselves without thought to their own person.

Abducted by An Reubair, Lindsay had to suffer cruelty, and humiliation by his hands, resisting him since he wanted to destroy the man she loved for his own selfish gain. Self righteous he tried to manipulate her to give in to his demands, but at the end his arrogance cost him dearly.

Love spells, magic, telepathic transporting, and faeries gave the story an entertaining edge with an evil Elf king always at the back, threatening to overthrow the current rule of the Faerie King.
The story stopped abruptly, letting you know there was more to come, but not a cliffhanger that made you gasped and wonder. At the end a well written story that take you back in time, with a twenty first century edge.
Ynonno
Knight's Lady, by Julianne Lee, is the third book in her Knight's Blood series. It tells the story of a very intensely in love couple from 20th century America who find themselves as landowners in 24th century Ireland. Their son, having grown to adulthood via an alternate timeline from their own, arrived on the scene to find out why his parents abandoned him (they hadn't). Lindsay, the wife and mother is abducted by a Faerie, with bursts of accompanying magic, but not much interaction with the mortal world. The husband and father, Alex, spends most of the story out of commision. The major story line thus revolves sound the son, Trefor, who has to carry the majority of the tale. The story is fun to read but not very substantial and the ending was unsatisfyingly open-ended, but not to the point that I would find myself waiting anxiously for a 4th book. It was a fun romp through 14th century Ireland, but not a satisfying feast, more like a sugary snack.
Jark
In this last chapter [REALLY?! I don't want this to be the final chapter! I'd like to now more! This didn't end on a final note, so I really REALLY hope there will be more!], Alex comes into his own and the love he bares to his wife is stronger than ever; Lindsay, on the other hand continues to baffle, but in the end I cut her some slack because she really is a complex character.

We also came to know real Trefor and he grew on me [although I wished he'd grow on his mother too].

All in all, this was a fun, entertaining, well written and interesting series filled with complex characters, fast pace and action. You should give it a try with sample chapters, and get it if you like the genre.

Let me also add that I preferred the original book covers [those are the ones by my reviews]. They look more like the characters in the books.
Fararala
LibraryThing Book Review~

Alex and Lindsay MacNeil are from the twenty-first century now living in thirteenth. Alex and Lindsay's son Trefor is also there. Lindsay is frustrated by her role in this time but grudgingly accepts this. Alex is called upon to take up arms in Robert's name and doesn't dare refuse either. Meanwhile Trefor has become a pawn for the fey in more ways than one. Trefor is also taught magic. Trefor is unsure of the game being played but knows his parents are also apart of it as well. Lindsay is kidnapped and Alex is gravely injured. Will Lindsay be found? Will Alex survive? What of Trefor? Your answers await you in Knight's Lady.
Alsardin
This series has had my emotions all over the place. I say that with the highest compliment to Julianne Lee. I have followed these characters with my heart in my throat.... laughter one minute, anger the next, tears the next. She brings the series to an end where it left me wondering if there will be more. A girl can only hope. If it's the end, I can deal with that and be happy I've read them, but find myself wondering about some ends that could still be left hanging. Again, a girl can only hope. :)
Anasius
I'll take you back to medieval Scotland and we have a U.S. Navy pilot Lieutenant Alex MacNeil and his wife, Lindsay, brought there by a mysterious magic. They immerse themselves into the life and culture of the times in order to survive in this more barbaric and non-technical world. They pledged themselves body and soul to Robert the Bruce, and their love and ties to each other will be tested to when her would-be faerie lover abducts Lindsay. This is a very nice blend of sword and sorcery.
I stuggled with some of the history of the characters at the beginning of the book, but I managed to figure out most of the relationships between the characters by the middle of the book. Set in 14th Century Scotland this book ties practical life, a touch or two of the mystical, and the ties that bind families into a rich story. The main characters (Alex, Linday, and Trefor) all have roots in the 20th century and lives in the 14th. There is enough of the real and the fantastic to keep most readers entertained.