Books by Lynn Kurland

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The White Spell

Lynn Kurland’s Nine Kingdoms books have been personal favorites for many years.  The series follows the surviving children of an evil mage and how they’ve rebuilt their lives after a catastrophic event ripped their family apart.  The previous three trilogies in the series focused on good men a ...

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Stars in their Eyes

Lynn Kurland’s stories have always been a comfort read for me. Handsome, chivalrous heroes matched with independent, caring women, all with the fantasy of travelling through time to find true love. I picked up Stars in Your Eyes excited to once again delve into this world, but I quickly became d ...

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Dreamer's Daughter

Dreamer’s Daughter is the 9th book in the Nine Kingdom series, and the 3rd featuring Aisling of Bruadair and Rùnach of Ceangail. It is also a great reminder that not all series can be read out of order. I started out a bit confused, simply because I couldn’t remember what happened in previous n ...

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River of Dreams

There are few things that I love better than an epic adventure story. Far-off places, daring swordfights, princes in disguise—a good tale has these elements and many more. Unfortunately, not all adventure stories fall into the “epic” category. In the case of River of Dreams, I felt the plot wa ...

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Roses in Moonlight

I wasn’t completely sure what to expect when I started this book. Yes, I had the summary, but I’ve learned from past experience that just the summary doesn’t always help in choosing something to read. And I was right about that - it isn’t that the back of the book doesn’t describe what is ...

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One Magic Moment

Stepping into one of Lynn Kurland’s time travel novels is definitely one magic moment in itself. This book is part of the on-going Macleod/de Piaget series that began in 1996 with Stardust of Yesterday. I’m happy to report Kurland hasn’t lost her touch. Cambridge Medieval scholar and American ...

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Till There Was You

This book was an unusual choice for me. I don’t usually like paranormals, time travel romances, or medievals—and yet this book is all three. However, I was pleasantly surprised by how much I enjoyed Till There Was You by Lynn Kurland. Zachary Smith doesn’t want to do any m ...

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Princess of the Sword

I’d read some good things about Kurland’s Nine Kingdoms trilogy, so I jumped on the opportunity to read and review the last book, Princess of the Sword. This trilogy deals with the same main characters, rather than a new couple every book, so I definitely came in during the final act. While I wo ...

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The Mage's Daughter

Fantasy is fast becoming my favorite niches within the romance genre. The Mage’s Daughter, the second in The Nine Kingdoms series by Lynn Kurland, is just one of the few books I’ve read recently that is slowly luring me into the world of fantasy. Morgan of Melksham is recovering from a nea ...

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When I Fall In Love

To me there is wallpaper Medieval and Medieval-lite. Lynn Kurland is definitely in the lite category. Her Medieval and time travels may not show the daily grit of life in the past, but she manages to give us the flavor all wrapped up in a nice lighthearted bow. Her latest is not without its problems ...