A passionate, emotional, action-packed story set against the violent and volatile backdrop of 14th-century Scotland. When her family is wiped out by Clan. Set against the turbulent backdrop of fourteenth-century Scotland, ‘Lady of the Knight’ tells the breathtaking tale of a brave lass left on her own and surrounded. LibraryThing Review. User Review – Pebblesgmc – LibraryThing. Lady Of The Knight by Jackie Ivie pages When Morganna “Morgan” KilCreggar was four.
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The iie talk to each other in such a way that it brings you directly into their lives. The dynamic between them was so intense and frustrating in the beginning, poor Zander really didn’t get why he was all the sudden so gay for his beautiful squire, really did make you feel for the poor guy. Could they not spin that as “see, even our women are better than those English bastards!
In the end I thought she was going to end up getting vengeance anyway when Creepy Older Laird brother kidnaps her for nefarious purposes, but even then she’s thwarted and relegated to silly-woman-runs-tearfully-through-passages as Zander does the deed after all They feel something, they feel an unexplained attraction but are saved from falling in love with a man just in time! I liked the characters, especially Morgan I have a soft spot for the “woman-in-pants” tropeand I liked that the romance was slow building over months as neither side was really thrilled about falling in love at first and had to deal with that before moving on Zander because he thought he was suddenly going gay – Which is it’s own basket of issues that I don’t think I’m really qualified to delve in to – and Morgan because she found it an annoying distraction from her goals.
Lady Of The Knight
There knigbt no discussion topics on this book yet. Left behind the clan wars are mostly the children of dead clansmen. Mar 08, Chandra rated it it was amazing Shelves: Old Alberdeen’s marketplace, Scotland, UK fictional. Still, quite a good read and it kept me lxdy the pages. The five star ratings prove that some of you would love it. Add to Your books. Tall, fit, and a weapons expert with formida I can’t remember anymore why I put this one in the TBR pile.
Fast-paced action pairs with a superbly rendered 14th Century setting and a cast of characters that will make readers cry for more.
I recommend this book to everyone! Ik heb de Nederlands talige uitgave gelezen: They are poor and destitute. But her specialty is dirks. A time of wars thhe clans and during a time when Scotland invaded by the Sassenach Englishman.
Lady Of The Knight (Knights, #3; The Brocade #4) by Jackie Ivie
The revelation was bit disappointed, I had expected it differently. In most books with this plot device the hero finds out the truth before they acknowledge their jnight. But There is instant connection between the two.
Apr 03, Mary – Buried Under Romance rated it really liked it. Still with that being done he is still in love with his squire who he has no idea is a woman. The striking and ivir strong warrior never imagines what his servant is hiding.
The author did a great job of showing Zander’s struggle with his feelings for his squire Morgan.
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Lady of the Knight
The characters talk to each other in such a way that it brings you directly into their lives. Left behind the clan wars are mostly the children of dead clansmen. Liked the trope but i felt like the big secret of the heroine being a girl not a “lad” was dragged on too long and the big reveal wasn’t done in the best way. This pisses me off since sure, historical romance and all that casual sexism, but this was more in the realms of fantasy to begin with I’m pretty damn sure I’ve never heard of a Squire Morgan that helped unite the clans with his pure awesomeness to win Scottish Independence in the early s and I don’t see why allowances couldn’t or wouldn’t have been made for the Laird’s eccentric Lady with a peculiar penchant for manly pursuits.
And she was always reading.
As for Zander I adored him, all his play and fun but also his real seriousness and grumpiness at times it was all endearing, almost every aspect of him I loved and the few that I javkie really just survived to make him feel more real and even more the frustrating Scottish warrior he was.