Best Read [Suzanne Barclay Margaret Moore Deborah Simmons] ñ The Knights Of Christmas || [Children's Book] PDF ✓


  • Title: The Knights Of Christmas
  • Author: Suzanne Barclay Margaret Moore Deborah Simmons
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 345
  • Format: Kindle Edition

  • Three of our award winning authors have joined forces to bring you this enchanting collection of timeless stories Suzanne Barclay Kara s Gift Lions 2.5 A pagan healer falls in love with the Christian knight who is destined to save her dying clan Margaret Moore The Twelfth Day Of Christmas A charming nobleman has twelve days to win the love of his intended bThree of our award winning authors have joined forces to bring you this enchanting collection of timeless stories Suzanne Barclay Kara s Gift Lions 2.5 A pagan healer falls in love with the Christian knight who is destined to save her dying clan.Margaret Moore The Twelfth Day Of ChristmasA charming nobleman has twelve days to win the love of his intended bride.Deborah Simmons A Wish For NoelChristmas in his castle After a month of imprisonment, battle scarred Sir Benedick wants only solitude But the knight returns home to discover that instead he has an orphaned ward, and she s preparing his castle for the holidays Noel has longed for Benedick in secret for years, and now the young noblewoman has just one Christmas wish to conquer her guardian s stony heart Don t miss these magical tales of miracles and merriment
    Suzanne Barclay Margaret Moore Deborah Simmons
    Carol Suzanne was born on 20 December 1945 in USA, daughter of Phyllis and Whit Hoose She married Kenneth E Backus, and obtained four stepchildren.Published since 1992 as Suzanne Barclay, was an author for Harlequin Historical, specializing in romance set in the Medieval era She founded the Lake Country Romance Writers in 1993, and served as the chapter s first president She passed away on 15 September 1999 after a long battle with cancer.


    Commentaires:

    Fedora
    Three medieval Christmas talesSuzanne Barclay's Kara's Gift was an enjoyable if not wildly memorable read where a knight returning from the Crusades finds true love with admittedly pagan healer. Some lovable but meddling kinsfolk round out the cast.The Twelfth Day of Christmas by Margaret Moore was nearly a DNF for me. The overly old-school feel combined with what felt like wildly fluctuating images and perceptions of the hero and heroine dismayed me, and I barely cared how things turned out for [...]

    Elyse
    Read for Christmas in July during the High Summer Readathon, part of Seasons of Reading! Ugh, there's a reason I don't read plain old romance anymore I think I enjoyed them more when I was younger, sneaking my mom's Harlequins, when it was taboo. This was just gratuitous. I just didn't need it and don't want it. That means I have a lot of romance novels to parse through and thin out! Because I got quite a few from my mom's collection when she downsized. I just didn't like or connect with any of [...]

    Lindsay Stares
    Yup, it’s officially a theme. MORE SHORT STORIES. These ones are a little more like novellas, though. This is a Harlequin Historical compilation, three short works set at Christmas. I thought it might be a somewhat entertaining read: a bit of fluffy medieval holiday romance. Well, I was right, sort of, in that it was fluffy (in a shallow way) and medieval (in its uneasy gender roles).The first story, Kara’s Gift, was the one I actually liked. It has in common with its sibling stories awkward [...]

    Megan
    The second and third stories are defiantly included in my all time favorites, I say skip the first story (I didn't like it at all). Kara’s Gift by Suzanne Barclay- 1 star. I hate to give 1 star to any book that I actually finish, but it was just so boring, and I didn’t like the hero or the heroine, and it took me days to finish this short story (which was under 100 pages)! Kara is a pagan and Duncan a knight returning from the crusades with a wounded shoulder. Kara heals his wound, but can s [...]

    Linda C
    Kara’s Gift (Barclay) tells of a seer, Kara Gleanedin, whose vision predicts a knight will come to save their valley from the raiding clan out to conquer them. Returning Crusader, Duncan MacLellan, is attacked and rescued by Kara’s clan. Now he must accept his new role as savior.Twelfth Day of Christmas (Moore) tells of Giselle Wutherton’s imminent betrothal to Miles Buxton. She gets her uncle to give her the right of refusal if she can successfully manage all the12 days of Christmas activ [...]

    Patsyann
    Only one story in this book was good - the last.First story -DNF ____________________________________Second story - DNF____________________________________Third story - 5 starsThis story was very sexy and romantic.Beautiful blond woman who is very positive about life - loves attractive man who doesn't believe that he is worth loving. Light and dark. The magic of Christmas. When love hits them - it hits hard and he fights it - she pushes him and then a very satisfying love scene. Loved this book! [...]

    Judy
    4/6/2010 Read Kara's Gift by Suzanne Barclay. The first of the 3 stories in this book. It was very good.The Twelfth Day of Christmas by Margaret Moore was excellent!I am going to eventually read some of her other books from that time period. This was such a sweet love story. Read 4/7/2010Deborah Simmons wrote the final story in this book. A Wish for Noel.It was a good story. Sometimes the overly pushy characters are a bit annoying though.

    Mareena
    This is an anthology of three novellas that each deal with the magic of the Christmas season. My favorite story was 'A Wish For Noel' in which a feisty orphan called Noel has the twelve days of the Christmas Season to get her world-weary guardian, Sir Benedick, whom she has loved since she was a child, to fall in love with her. I give this book three stars.

    Ron
    Collection of 3 enjoyable, short stories all dealing romance, nobles and Christmas.

    Wendy
    Loved thebook. Suzanne's story is a prequel to her other books. Margaret's story is part of her series set in Medieval England.

    Lavendersbluegreen
    3 headstrong ladies in times where women lead a very different life altogether girl power!! I thought all three stories were touching, romantic, funny etcetc

    Joan
    Holiday fun wrapped up in three holiday themed stories. Each brought a nice story of the holiday season and very enjoyable.

    Amy
    This was ok.

    Kristin L.
    A fun trio of Christmas short stories that all take place in Medieval times. I always like to read about the old Twelth Night traditions.

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