Set against the turbulent backdrop of fourteenth-century Scotland, Lady of the Knight tells the tale of a brave lass left on her own and surrounded by treachery.
Click here to see the rest of this review
When her family is destroyed by clan FitzHugh, Morganna KilCreggar vows revenge. Tall and lean, she disguises herself as a lad - and hones her skills with deady weaspons. Alexander FitzHugh is a man who takes what he wants. He makes the boy "Morgan" his squire. This striking and brutally strong warrior never imagines what his servant is hiding. Yet FitzHugh cannot deny that he is strangely drawn to the lad in his charge, and he intends to fid out why.
With each day that passes, the bold knight peels away more of Morgan's defenses, until he finally reveals her most precious secret. Vulnerable at last, Morgan strays from her vow, and into Alex's bed, where she discovers sensual pleasures she never imagined.
The review of this Book prepared by Jackie Ivie