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True Love Lives Never Dies
Elinor Hawthorne has in inherited a house that is haunted by the ghosts of two medieval knights, Basil Manneville and Guy Guiscard. Basil is the man of her dreams, her knight in shining armor. She falls in love with him and he with her. Basil soon realizes she needs to live a normal life, a happy life with a mortal.
A lifetime later fate intervenes. Basil, still in love with Elinor, is told her spirit lives on in a young woman and is given another chance at life to find her.
A haunting tale of timeless love, Heroes Live Forever is book 1 in the bestselling Knights In Time series from Chris Karlsen. A tale that spans the centuries, it’s wonderfully observed and beautifully written as Karlsen masterfully weaves a plot that is both tender and refreshingly devoid of cumbersome complexity. Capturing her settings in gentle thematic prose, the tension gently builds, lingering in glimpses of times past and stilted conversations as the intricacies of Elinor’s and Basil’s lives unfold. Longing, loss and love, all are brought to life in poignant dialogue and an inspired host of memorable characters, but it’s the chemistry between Karlsen’s lead characters that keeps the pages turning. It’s powerful, engrossing and sensual, yet never holds the essence of her tale to hostage, whilst the thematic undertones clearly bode well for future books in the series.
Visually striking, undeniably memorable, Heroes Live Forever is sure to garner wide appeal from fans of this ever popular genre, whilst raising expectations for other books in the Knights In Time series. Definitely deserving of a place on your bookshelf, it is recommended without reservation.
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Heroes Live Forever - A Knights In Time Novel
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