Robyn Stafford, a thoroughly modern heroine, finds herself transported to 15th-century England in this novel of time travel, romance, witchcraft, and political intrigue, set in one of England's most turbulent historical periods. Robyn's search for a way back to her own time is complicated by her growing love for Edward Mortimer, Earl of March, a key figure in an escalating struggle for the English throne. As Robyn is drawn into the conflict, it becomes clear that she has her part to play in events--and she plays it with courage, dash, and intelligence.
R. Garcia y Robertson brings to this novel his usual skill at creating setting through the details of culture, custom, and beliefs so that the reader is able to share Robyn's experience fully. A strong cast of characters and a healthy dose of adventure, along with love, magic, and humor, make Knight Errant an engrossing and entertaining read. --Roz Genessee [via]