Pity poor Sir Harald! It isn't easy being a villain in King Arthur's Britain, particularly when the opposition is so formidable and even the furniture in your castle is dead set against you. After six long years of struggle, the Quillerstone Couch still turns into a ravening lion whenever Sir Harald tries to sit on it. And that's the least of Harald's problems. To Sir Kay he owes both horse and armor, yet the mysterious knight who owes him the same has vanished. The field of romance is no less perilous for Sir Harald, populated as it is by: the Aloof Fair One, for whom he turns renegade; brave Deborah, for whom he could wish himself a Jew; Maid Procne, who has, alas, already recorded the story of Harald's shame; and the puckish Joiselette, who somehow becomes his guardian elf. . . . From Phyllis Ann Karr, author of the classics Idylls of the Queen and The Arthurian Companion, The Follies of Sir Harald is a wonderfully whimsical tale of love and adventure set against the colorful backdrop of Camelot.
Used availability for Phyllis Ann Karr's The Follies of Sir Harald
December 2001 : USA Paperback