Okay, I admit it. I am a huge fan of Renaissance Fairs, and love to dress up and act in them. Therefore, I had no doubt in my mind that I would adore this novel. I can assure you that I most certainly did thoroughly enjoy it. I found this novel to be very quirky, in a most endearing way. It’s not what I expected at all. The storyline is packed full of action and adventure, and more than a little humor. The characters are so delightful! I loved Petir and Maid Rianne, the hero and somewhat headstrong heroine of this tale. This is one of those surprise novels that will grab you from the first page and not let go. It’s perfect for anyone seeking a fun, light hearted read chock full of all kinds of fun and laughter.
Petir’s really looking forward to the geocashing trip he’s planned with a few buddies. So when they have to cancel, Petir is bummed, but determined to continue on alone. And this is what lands him in a load of trouble. After a nasty tumble from a tree in rural Connecticut, Petir awakens to discover that he is somehow in Medieval England. Not that he believes it at first, but the beauty pointing the arrow at him convinces him otherwise. Petir knows exactly who, and what, he wants. Maid Rianne, on the other hand, isn’t quite sure what to make of the injured man she finds in the woods. As Petir relentlessly pursues her, another is pursuing Maid Rianne from the shadows. When she is taken, Petir knows that he must rescue her, no matter what. Can he do it? And as far as returning to the future? Who knows what may lay in store?
What happens when a Computer Geek challenges a Medieval Outlaw?
Petir takes a rough tumble in the Connecticut woods, and awakens in the middle of old England. His instinct to freak out is tempered by the arrival of a fair maiden wearing a bow... and arrow. Throwing caution to the wind, Petir decides he has nothing to lose by pursuing Maid Rianne. But when she is captured by the enemy, a geek with no ability to defend himself must find a way to rescue the fair maiden.
Look for the second book in the series, Fairly Safe, available this winter!