King Kelson's Bride
Penguin, 2000 - 496 strán (strany)
"Kurtz's strengths lie in her patient accumulation of telling detail, well-articulated plots, and believable magics. Should bring the fans flocking, and attract newcomers too." — Kirkus Reviews
Speculation runs rampant throughout the kingdom of Gwynedd as to when, and to whom, King Kelson will finally be wed. As a rival monarch takes his rightful place on the throne of a nearby land, it becomes more imperative than ever that Kelson produce a long-awaited heir.
With the mystical Deryni blood flowing through his veins, Kelson can only hope for a woman whose power and conviction are equal to his own. Love is set aside for duty—and Kelson the king must make the choice that Kelson the man cannot....
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KING KELSON'S BRIDEPrehľad pre používateľa - Kirkus
After a long hiatus (The Quest for Saint Camber, 1986, etc.), Kurtz again takes up the saga of Kelson Haldane, king of the medieval, Celtic-flavored kingdom of Gwynedd. Having, last time out ... Čítať celú recenziu
LibraryThing ReviewPrehľad pre používateľa - Karlstar - LibraryThing
This book was written years after the other Kelson books, and though Katherine Kurtz promised the fans of the Deryni books that there was one more book left, this one feels very forced. Once again ... Čítať celú recenziu