Wednesday, April 15, 2015

#Book #Review *Knight of Passion* ( #BookReview )

Book Description
 May 14, 2010
HOW CAN THIS PASSIONATE KNIGHT...
Renowned beauty Lady Linnet is torn between two desires: revenge on those who destroyed her family or marriage to her childhood sweetheart Sir James Rayburn. One fateful night, she makes a misguided choice: she sacrifices Jamie's love for a chance at vengeance.


TRUST A BEAUTY WITH A PAST?
Jamie Rayburn returns to England in search of a virtuous wife-only to find the lovely Linnet as bewitching as ever. Their reckless affair ignites anew, even hotter than before, although Jamie vows to never again trust her with his heart. Then just as Linnet begins to make amends, she's tempted by one last opportunity to settle old scores. But a final retribution could cost her Jamie's love - this time forever.




Product Details






  • File Size: 488 KB





  • Print Length: 405 pages





  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0446559865





  • Publisher: Forever; 1 edition (June 1, 2010)





  • Sold by: Hachette Book Group





  • Language: English





  • ASIN: B00351DSSW






  • Review: I'm kind of at odds with myself over my formal opinion of this book. Imagine that. Jamie Rayburn is a love sick child when the book begins. After five years away from Linnet, he's an accomplished Knight and likes things his way...until he sees her again. Determined to not be the love sick fool with her again, he tries to play another card. Will it work for him or will his heart be broken again? Is Linnet stubborn enough to allow the only man she's ever loved walk out her door again because she won't tell him how she really feels?
    Parts of this book almost stopped for me. Other parts flew by and I couldn't wait to turn the page. I enjoyed the ending and how Margaret Mallory gave a satisfying close to the book. There was a part of the book left unanswered...without giving too much away, Jamie was to do something and was seeking his family's opinion as to how to seek his way out of it {that's about all I can say on it}. There was almost too much pulling apart and putting back together for me. But, as I said, I enjoyed the majority of the book.

    My Rating: 3 stars (sorry images won't upload today for some reason)

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