Knights Errant Blush sensuality level This is a sweet romance kisses only no sexual content Guy Blackwater has never forgotten his first wife even though the marriage was annulled very quickly His second wife now

  • Title: Knights Errant
  • Author: Barbara Miller
  • ISBN: 9781419935251
  • Page: 181
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Blush sensuality level This is a sweet romance kisses only, no sexual content Guy Blackwater has never forgotten his first wife, even though the marriage was annulled very quickly His second wife, now deceased, gave him one child, Alison who causes him endless problems by imagining herself in love with a different man each week When his daughter encourages a man to Blush sensuality level This is a sweet romance kisses only, no sexual content Guy Blackwater has never forgotten his first wife, even though the marriage was annulled very quickly His second wife, now deceased, gave him one child, Alison who causes him endless problems by imagining herself in love with a different man each week When his daughter encourages a man to rescue her from imagined persecution, the plot goes awry and Guy finds himself face to face with his beloved first wife Much has happened over the intervening years, in both their lives, but perhaps no hurdles are too much to overcome when love is in the offing.

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    1. Originally posted at: longandshortreviews.cThe knights are truly front and center in Barbara Miller’s sweet historical romance, Knights Errant. So much so that I began to wonder where the heroine was? She is there, but you have to wait for her. Not always an easy or desirable thing for the reader to do. The two “knights errant,” Guy Blackwater, an older nobleman with a difficult daughter, and Barton Strong, the young man whose misguided attempt to rescue Alison (the difficult daughter) dra [...]

    2. Posted on Romancing the Book's blogReviewed by~AngieleighReview Provided by~the publisherAt first I didn’t much care for Alison, but as the story progressed I started to really admire her cunning manipulation. Guy was a likable character as well, and there were times I wondered why he DIDN’T beat his daughter as she was such a spoiled brat. I will say that this novella is pretty predictable. You can pretty much figure out what’s going to happen before it happens, such as when Diana shows u [...]

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