Source: Dai Alanye Romance
Mercenaries By Dai Alanye A haphazard crew of time-traveling adventurers who are determined to alter history a millennium at a try. Everyone nowadays seems to have problems—money, health, politics, personal commitment, sexual identity. But if you think things are tough in the present, wait till you experience the Middle Ages. None of that mythical Arthur-Galahad-Merlin stuff but the real thing—battle axes, unruly peasants, primitive medicine, heavy taxes and all.
Frankie, the daughter of Charly Biscoe—heroine of You’ll See! and Not That I…—is graduating from high school and [maybe] heading to college. Her strongest field is physics but her mother advises chemistry and her father suggests the Marine Corps.
The US is at war, and Frankie’s cousin—thwarted at love and greatly depressed—is entering the Army. Her friends all seem to have their futures planned, while she’s in a quandary. Even to attend the Prom she must choose between Caleb the chess-playing wimp and Conan the Klutz whose idea of romance involves the back seat of a car and stealing her undies.