A Knight in Shining Armour - Jude Deveraux Reviews
Description:ISBN 0743457269 / Author: Jude Deveraux / 480 pages / Publisher: Simon & Schuster Australia / Released: 15 Feb 2003
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by - written on 28/08/12 (Very useful, 93 readings)
There was a time when all romances followed the same formulaic pattern and with one or two rare exceptions all these romances took place on an earthly plane. When A Knight in Shining Armour was published back in 1990, it opened the floodgates to a host of copycat novels and the paranormal romance genre was well and truly born. Back then paranormal was almost exclusively restricted to time travel without a sexy vampire or werewolf in sight and this book was no exception, and though there have been other books written since which are equally as good and a few which are even better, this novel still remains the yardstick by which most time travel romances are ... Read the complete review
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