I have never been so excited to type this sentance: Next month we’re reading Lady Knight by L-J Baker.
Rhiannon, outcast and female knight, seeks a cause worthy of a chivalric hero in a medieval world of magic and misogyny. Eleanor, a wealthy widow, has given up all hope of finding passionate love and her perfect knight–until she meets Rhiannon. Aveline, a powerful priestess, needs a warrior for her secret mission of starting a holy war. She binds Rhiannon with double-edged oaths and a magical sword.
A love affair worthy of troubadours’ songs clashes with loyalty, intrigue, ambition, and war, tangling the three women in a web that perhaps not even Rhiannon’s sword can cut through.
It’s too bad I don’t like knights or ladies, or else I would be tremendously excited about this.
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