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A Connecticut Fashionista In King Arthur's Court Read & Download õ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ¿ When a modern fashion editor strumbles back into Camelot and falls in love with Lancelot how will the history of King Arthur's court changeOnce upon a time there lived an outspoken fashion editor namedStatingly handsome champion insists on helping her out even though she's not uite sure she wants him to After all shouldn't he be off romancing ueen Guenevere or something Will Kat manage to stay out of trouble long enough to get back to her beloved lattes cosmopolitans and cashmere And what will Lancelot's forbidden love mean for the kingdom of Camelo. CornyThis one is way over the top corny I love time travel novels but this one has a wise cracking girl sent back to Camelot and Sir Lancelot falls in love with her She jive talked language to the citizens of Camelot and they understand her perfectly I just cannot recommend this one at all

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Very ounce of her 21st century wits and pop culture references to navigate the legend After all surviving a magical plot an evil prince and a case of mistaken identity all without changing history or scuffing your Manolos takes some doingLuckily she's got her very own knight in shining armor Lancelot du Lac on her side The honorable to a fault and deva. I have mixed feelings about this book but because I started reading it without actually knowing what to expect I have to admit that I truly enjoyed it and I was pleasantly surprised buy itThe story is a nice twist on Mark Twain's novel and the author has clearly done some arthurian research even if her main charactar Kat keep telling us that she knows nothing of King Arthur The book is narrated in first person and Kat has a lot of insight and her toughts are all written down She was enjoyable she was nice and full of enthusiasm she did a lot of pop reference which was fun to read she was clever and resourceful but I wasn't too fond of her false kowledge of feminism how she tells us that she blames feminists for the absence of nice chivalrly addicted men like Lancelot and the occasional racist slur that she uses describing a maybe Romani woman and the superficial homophobia in her ability to recognize all gay men with her gay radar and how her amazing gay friend was so great with clothes In these parts she seemed like a cliche woman out of Sex The City than a real character I wasn't also too fond of the sex Harleuin style sex is not my thingI also had a little doubt about a part of the plot which I found difficult to explain if not for the desire of the author to have a certain plot resolution later In particular I wasn't overly convinced with the necessity to present Kat to the court as Lancelot's sister when Lancelot and Kat are already lovers and Lancelot could simply present her as some sort of distant lover I know this was needed to the later misunderstanding of GuinevereLancelot but that's exactly why I didn't buy itThe whole Nimue as Lancelot's adoptive mother but then seducing Lancelot herself to distract him from Guinevere was a bit creepy and so was the first time between Lancelot and Kat when it's clear that Lancelot would prefer not to and Kat insists too much It smelled of dubcon to me and I felt a little uncomfortable A part from this and the classic overused cliche of the saving the damsel from near rape and death twice I truly liked some parts I like how the story of Guinevere was reinvented how she met Arthur and simply her character She was such a lovely Guinevere so enthusiastic and in love with Arthur and a nice chance from what I expected The friendship between Guinevere and Kat was adorable and by the end of the book I was fairly invested in this than the love between Kat and Lancelot which seemed for me a bit too uick a development Arthur was uite a nice character too even if he didn't appear to much and I was happy to see Mordred in here also if I expected much from him from his introduction and instead he ended up as the clearly gay and closeted mysoginistic villainThe end was my favourite thing I was left with a big laugh and surprised by the twist and I sincerely think that I would gladly rea the seuel if the author has written one

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A Connecticut Fashionista In King Arthur's CourtWhen a modern fashion editor strumbles back into Camelot and falls in love with Lancelot how will the history of King Arthur's court changeOnce upon a time there lived an outspoken fashion editor named Kat who certainly was not your typical damsel in distress But when a gypsy curse sent her back in time to the days of King Arthur she found she'd need e. A clever time travel story that managed to find its way into Camelot and put a twist on the ending that I did not see coming