Review of The Crusader’s Kiss

The Crusader's Kiss, #3 in the Champions of St Euphemia series of medieval romances by Claire DelacroixDebbie has posted a review of The Crusader’s Kiss and a showcase of the Champions of Saint Euphemia series at her blog, The Reading Frenzy.

Here’s what Debbie had to say about Anna and Bartholomew’s story:

“Claire’s wonderful third book in her Champions of St. Euphemia series is about loss, treachery and reclamations. It stars a foe-to-lovers, a potty-mouthed, thieving-by-necessity heroine and an honorable, without-reproach knight who have great chemistry and witty repartees. Her period-perfect dialogue delivers an exquisite fact-packed tale that gives readers a genuine peek into the past, character catch-ups and sweeping vistas. The intense darker story line, the resemblance to the Robin Hood story and OMG ending make it a one sitting, can’t-put-it-down page-turner!”

Thanks Debbie!

See the entire showcase on Debbie’s blog.

2 thoughts on “Review of The Crusader’s Kiss

  1. It was my pleasure Deb, this one is so far my favorite. I’m getting to know all the knights and their party better and am loving the historical facts and Saints Days!!!


    • Thanks Deb! btw, I moved The Crusader’s Vow to August publication. It was supposed to be April, but adding The Crusader’s Handfast messed up my schedule a bit. So, book #4 isn’t available just yet.


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