A Knight's Tale: Kenilworth

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Warwickshire, England, 1260. Will Talbot is leaving home at 14 to spend the next few years in training at nearby Kenilworth Castle, the home of the De Montforts. His adjustment to life at the castle is made easier by his growing love for Stephen, the young chaplain's clerk he shares a chamber with. But Will's life soon becomes more complicated when the household plunges into war with the Crown. More
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About Gabriella West

Gabriella West was born in Santa Barbara in 1967. In 1969, her parents moved to Dublin, Ireland, and she grew up in Ireland, studying English and Italian at Trinity College, Dublin. She graduated and left Ireland in 1988.

She earned an MA degree in Creative Writing at San Francisco State University in 1995.

She has published nine LGBTQ-themed novels: The Leaving, Time of Grace, Elsie Street, The Pull of Yesterday, and A Knight's Tale: Kenilworth. The follow-up, A Knight's Tale: Montargis, was published March 2018. Return to Carlsbad, the last book in the Elsie Street contemporary gay romance trilogy, was released October 2018. The Knight's Return (2022) completes the Knight's Tale series.

Gabriella West lives in San Francisco, CA.

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About the Series: A Knight's Tale
In this LGBT historical romance set in 13th-century England, Will Talbot trains as a squire at Kenilworth Castle, the home of the De Montfort family, and his history becomes enmeshed with theirs during the Second Barons' War and its bitter aftermath. Ultimately, his love for Stephen, whom he first meets as a young clerk at the castle, sustains him through dark times and exile in France.

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Reviews of A Knight's Tale: Kenilworth by Gabriella West

Brian01 reviewed on July 27, 2022

I enjoyed the book. The writing was good and the perspective of a knight in the 13th century was interesting.
(reviewed 24 days after purchase)
Bradley Blackthorn reviewed on Dec. 24, 2021

I really enjoyed this book, and I had high expectations for the second, but was actually quite disappointed.
(reviewed 6 days after purchase)
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