A Knight's Tale: Montargis

Rated 2.00/5 based on 1 review
France, 1266. Will and his lover, Stephen, are safely ensconced at Montargis Abbey, where the widowed Lady Eleanor de Montfort has chosen to live out her days as a nun. It's in many ways an idyllic life, but the reappearance of Simon brings a shadow onto the two young men's relationship. And when a horrific murder in 1271 shatters the calm, Will must journey to Italy to see Simon one last time. 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 eight 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. Once You Are Mine is available now.

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: Montargis by Gabriella West

Bradley Blackthorn reviewed on Dec. 24, 2021

As noted in my review of the previous book, I did thoroughly enjoy the first book. However, this second book showed Will to be nothing but a flake who seems more caught up in himself and his 'urges' than caring about Stephen. Furthermore, I was actually quite insulted how the author portrays 'gay' men in this series. In fact, apparently no men are actually fully 'gay' because she presents them as being able to jump in bed with a woman whenever they find one attractive. IMO, it seems she doesn't understand what being GAY means and assumes that all gay men are actually 'bi' and can find a woman attractive if they find the right one.
(reviewed 6 days after purchase)
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