My Boyfriend the Squire Book Review

My Boyfriend the Squire

Title: My Boyfriend The Squire

Author: Tracy Kauffman

Genre: YA

Length: 108 pages

 

Synopsis:

On her way to see her brother in Italy, Lucinda is transported back in time to the Middle Ages. There she is mistaken for a young princess named Grace.

 

King Charlemagne has done something to the princess and his wife, Countess Hildegarde. The countess has been turned into a tiger because of a magic wish by the king. The countess prays for deliverance of herself and her daughter. Lucinda was brought back in time from Alabama to help the countess, since she is the spitting image of Princess Grace.

Lucinda meets a squire training for knighthood and falls for him. The Countess tells them that they must travel far to find a magical box. After freeing the king’s hold over Hildegarde and her daughter grace. Lucinda travels back to the plane, but misses Chadwick.  She is happy to see her brother Caleb and his friend. Chad who looks just like the squire.   They become closer as they see the sights of the city. Will Lucinda fall in love with Chad or be reunited with her true love? They live happily ever after, or do they?

 

Review

A fantasy tale!

When Lucinda boards a flight to meet her brother Caleb in Italy, she is in for the shock of her life. The plane could as well have been a time capsule as when she leaves her seat to visit the restroom and comes back, she is surprised too find herself transported into a different era.

She finds herself in 1200 AD where Charlemagne is king and she resembles Princess Grace. She meets a squire named Chadwick who falls in loves with her and helps her find out the truth about the real Princess.

The story would probably appeal to the genre it is intended for as they enjoy the fantasy world. It lacks a convincing plot but has a simple flowing style. What does not connect is how easily she falls into the part of Princess Grace.

The story is well written  and the storyline does have a lot of promise.

Four stars.

Author Bio:    Tracy Kauffman author

 

Tracy Kauffman is a Christian fiction author of Young Adult and Children Stories.  She grew up in North Alabama, where she still resides with her husband and daughter.  She loves taking cruises and traveling with her family.  Her favorite place that she has been to is the Grand Canyon.

Tracy has an associates degree in Nursing.  She is a registered nurse and works part time in a local nursing home.  The rest of the time she spends her time writing books and marketing them.  Her titles include: Gwendolyn’s Wish, Southern Adventures, Richard the Lionheart, My Boyfriend the Squire and Captain Honey Bear Saves Goldie Locks.

Tracy started writing poetry at a small age and won the title of editor in her school newspaper, when she was in second grade.  She had her first poem published in a online writing contest called, The Cosmetology Student.  She decided to write her first book, Southern Adventures, when her son left home for the Air Force.

She loves writing and hopes to be able to inspire her readers into living a happy healthier life.  She feels like her own life experiences have made her a better writer.  Learn more about her by visiting her website or blog.

Tracy’s website: http://tracykauffman.yolasite.com

Her blog: http://tracykauffman.blogspot.com

Trailer : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wmGz5din22w

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Website: http://tracykauffman.com

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This review is part of the My Boyfriend the Squire Book Tour by Charisma Media

 

 

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One thought on “My Boyfriend the Squire Book Review

  1. Yes, probably a good middle grade to young adult read. Thanks for sharing your review. I’m kind of glad I didn’t read it now because I really don’t think I would have liked it.

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