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Overall: 8
Sensuality: 4
Time Travel Element: 9

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Official Review This is an Official Review by a Time Travel Romance Writer Official Reviewer

Review for Connecticut Fashionista in King Arthur's Court, A
Author: Marianne Mancusi
Date of Review: 05/08/05
Reviewed by: Kristi

Reviewer Comments: Ms. Mancusi has taken the concept of time-travel, the legend of King Arthur, and the sub genre Chick-lit and created a story that is entertaining. This read offers plenty of laugh out loud and tender moments that readers will enjoy.

Kat Jones finds herself transported back in time to King Arthur with the dubious task of saving Camelot. Yes, that's what I said 21 century gal sent to change history. The result of this bit of time travel is Kat finds love for the first time with the Knight Lancelot, and becomes good friends with Queen Guenevere. She also brings a little of the 21st century back in time...and the world will never be the same again...in anytime period. In fact the ending is very clever and leaves open the possiblity for a sequal.

For those that do not care for the first person POV be aware that this story is written from that point of view but done so in such a way that it's not obnoxious. Kat although a bit much at some points in the story is still a fun character, and Lancelot is one yummy hero. Trust me this is not your typical "King Arthur" legend and the developing relationship between Kat and "Lance" is darn right romantic. This was a fun read and I look forward to reading Ms. Mancusi again in the future.



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