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Tender Is the Knight

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 29, 2005


    Lady Elise, the young Dowager Duchess of Wynd, is known by all as 'The Ice Goddess'. She has survived living among the nobility by making all believe she has no heart or kindness. Nothing and no one can break through her calm, icy façade. No one recalls ever seeing her smile warmly, laugh gaily, or making friends. She needs no one. She depends only upon herself and her maid, Daisy. She refuses to ever marry again. ................................. Elise also has secrets. She's extremely good at keeping them. However, she promised her late sister that she would see to the care of Rory. Elise is to let Rory know his Scottish kin. Problem is that the father, Evan, is dead too. The only thing to do is meet Evan's brother, Colin, and inform the man of his illegitimate nephew. But Elise does not know that Colin is 'a big, bullheaded, boorish brute bred in the barbaric boundaries of a backwater country.' ................................... Colin, the new Duke of Gowan and Laird of MacGowan, is the very image of a fierce Scottish warrior. London's elite circle consider him a barbarian, though a rich one. Upon first sight of Elise their wills clash. Both are warriors among their own peers. Both have met their match! ................................ ***** Author Jackie Ivie succeeded in capturing my interest right at the beginning of the story and never letting me go. I understand now that Jackie Ivie enjoys pitting strong heroes and heroines against each other. ............................ The heroine, Elise, is no fainting violet who needs to be constantly rescued. Nor does she do things so incredibly stupid that I just want to slap her. As for the hero, Colin ... well, let's just say the author wrote his character perfectly: from the haughty Laird to the confused and caring man. ................................... An exceptional tale filled with honor, love, and witty banter that I am thrilled to highly endorse! OUTSTANDING! *****

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 26, 2006

    This was not good.

    I love romance novels and this was my first by Jackie Ivie. I did not enjoy this book at all. It was boring and the romance was horrible. I won't waste time reading another.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 15, 2006


    SHe once again wow'd me. i thought she would have one good book and then go downhill but shes just going up and up. if u havent read Lady and the knight then i would also recommend that one as well as this one.

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