Book Review: of To Bimingham Castle By Alicia A.Willis

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About: The time is the Middle Ages, a time of clashing arms, valiant knights, and intriguing castles.  Join Robert Fitz Hasseltine, a young nobleman of unchallenged character and the heir to his uncle’s vast earldom. Valiant, yet merciful, Robert’s steadfast determination to aid the weak brings him face to face with several individuals who urgently need his protective care—individuals who must throw themselves upon his compassion and rely on his strength to overcome their pasts and lead successful lives.
Yet the days are volatile, and danger lurks on the horizon. There are dangerous enemies who hate Robert’s steadfast character and ever-present mercy—enemies who would do anything to vanquish his compassion and shower their malice upon his cause. A thrilling adventure commences, coupling victory, peril, friendship, and rivalry. During his eventful journey from squire to knight to earl, Robert’s courage is strongly tested and his strength challenged. Will he be able to overcome the enemies that beset him and proclaim himself the undisputed lord of his shire? And, above all, will he abide true to his resolve and prove to be a kind, considerate master?
Join Robert and his steadfast friends, Brandon, Strephon, Nathaniel, and Narcissa, in their long journey of friendship and adventure, and experience the thrilling perils of life at Birmingham Castle!
Genre: Medieval.

My Rating: 5 Stars.

Recommendation: Anyone who likes knights, ladies, adventures, and quests. Or book series, , loyal friends, true love, strong courageous knights and lovely sweet ladies.

My favorite character is: Man I don't think I can decide who's my favorite character, I love Mrs. Willis' writing. I love Little Nathaniel he is a sweet little guy who has had a hard life and master. Brandon and Strephon are great guys and good friends with Robert. Narcissa is a pretty great girl. I love them all. This is the first book in The Comrades of Honor Series. It is well written. I looooove the cover!!!

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