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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Now, in the battle between vengeance and passion, the more powerful will emerge victorious, bringing together two hearts, two clans, two souls. Pebblesgmc Jan 19, The second in a family of four daughters and one son, Jackie was constantly amusing her siblings with her invented games, escapades, and stories.
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Oct 06, Beth rated it it was amazing. That way he’ll also break off his upcoming marriage to the girl he only chose as she bares a su I was really enjoying this and thought it may even be a 4 star read for me until the final third thoroughly disappointed me and knocked off many stars of rating, which I am going to sort of explain in a spoilery way.
Left behind the clan wars are mostly the children of dead clansmen. Still with that being done he is still in love with his squire who he has no idea is a woman. Her mind is set on avenging her clan’s deaths and the warrior comes from the clan that she wants to take out revenge.
The chemistry between the two main characters is undeniable, the romance intense and sweetly secret, the plot well wrought and energetic. My heart just melted. Ooooo guys I really liked this one!
Hope you’ve enjoyed this teaser. The striking and brutally strong warrior never imagines what his servant is hiding. His Heart Demanded Surrender With each jackid that passes, the bold knight peels away more of Morgan’s defenses, until he finally reveals her most precious secret.
A time of wars between clans and during a time when Scotland invaded by the Sassenach Englishman.
Buy from our partners. There were a few exciting climaxes in the story I really liked. But how can their love make it when his family destroyed hers? After this he totally insults her by paying her with an expensive thank you gift, which makes poor Morgan believe that losing her virginity to Zander wasn’t so much an event full of love, trust and understanding as much as it was her stamping on her own pride and jeopardising her life long goals to whore herself out for the direct benefit of others.
She had the braid undone, had raked out a fistful of shorn hair from the back of her neck, and had it re-braided before she heard his splashing. Her journey starts when she is forced to become the serf of a warrior pretending to be dead on the battlefield.
Even if it fits in the story, I find him a bit over romantic and to much a fan of ‘love talk’ for that period of time.
Tall, fit, and a weapons expert with formidable skill and perfect aim, Morganna becomes the “lad” Morgan and squire to her enemy, Alexander, the youngest FitzHugh. Morgan, the female main character, is incredibly perfect in her skill with weapons.
I can’t even do Ik heb de Nederlands talige uitgave gelezen: Set against the turbulent backdrop of fourteenth-century Scotland, Lady of the Knight tells the breathtaking tale of knibht brave lass left on her own and surrounded by treachery All lovers of romance, historical or otherwise, will find Lady of the Knight a must read.
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What Readers Are Saying What do you think? Alexander “Zander” FitzHugh makes the boy “Morgan” his squire. So far so good! I”ve na” tested it.
Lady Of The Knight
It’s not enough to expect us to fall in love with the reformed bad boy when former misdeeds are never accounted for. They are forced to raid the bodies on the battlefield for anything of value that will help them to survive A battlefield thief, a young woman dressed as a boy, arises and become a national hero.
Become a LibraryThing Author. The screams faded by midday, leaving the groans of the dying. I would love to read all of Ms Ivie’s historicals they are great reads but I wont be reading any more because there is nothing romantic about abuse.
Detailed Review Summary of Lady of the Knight by Jackie Ivie
Information from the French Common Knowledge. 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 by treachery. An amusing tale about what happens when a girl pretends to be a boy and becomes a squire. The most worthwhile theme of this book is an age old one.
They lay compelling and hard to put down. Zander is blind and all his brothers knows she is a lass and not a lad. Tall and lean, she disguises herself as a lad—and Best of all, while the hero is crying his undying love to “Morgan”, she never reciprocates-never, never, never, never!!!
They are poor and destitute. The plot is just so farfetched I’ve never read anything remotely close to this but that’s what makes this book different. Meanwhile, Zander is horrified by his growing attraction to the young squire. Setting in the Scottish Lowlands.