First Knight [NOOK Book]

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New York Times bestselling author Connie Brockway invites you to regency England for HER CAPTIVE, Book Three of ONCE UPON A PILLOW, the wildly romantic story of a magnificent bed and the passionate couples who share it throughout the ages!

In FIRST KNIGHT, a battle weary knight returns from the crusades seeking peace in the castle bestowed on him for his service but instead ...
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Overview

New York Times bestselling author Connie Brockway invites you to regency England for HER CAPTIVE, Book Three of ONCE UPON A PILLOW, the wildly romantic story of a magnificent bed and the passionate couples who share it throughout the ages!

In FIRST KNIGHT, a battle weary knight returns from the crusades seeking peace in the castle bestowed on him for his service but instead finds the furious, beautiful wife and possibly blood-thirsty wife he'd forgotten he'd wed.

Co-authored with romance superstar Christina Dodd Romantic Times called ONCE UPON A PILLOW "pure fun!' Enjoy all four novellas!

-- FIRST KNIGHT by Connie Brockway
-- KIDNAPPED by Christina Dodd
-- HER CAPTIVE: by Connie Brockway
-- LAST NIGHT by Christina Dodd(coming June 16!)
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016620367
  • Publisher: Connie Brockway
  • Publication date: 6/4/2013
  • Series: Once Upon a Pillow Series , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 76,914
  • File size: 230 KB

Meet the Author

New York Times best-selling author Connie Brockway is a two time award winner of Romance Writers of America's best historical romance of the year. She resides in Minnesota.
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  • Posted June 12, 2013

    Ms. Brockway has hit another homer with this story! I love Ms.

    Ms. Brockway has hit another homer with this story! I love Ms. Brockway's stories, but this idea she dreamed up with Christina Dodd to do a four-part novel about a special bed that involved four different couples through the ages...is stupendous! And this particular fourth of the story takes place during the knight and castle days (a genre I love). Ms. Brockway's wonderfully descriptive writing made me feel as if I were right there witnessing the whole thing between the hero and heroine. It was an absolutely delightful story and I hope future readers will continue with Ms. Dodd's second fourth of the story called Kidnapped. Ms. Brockway will then do the third fourth of the story and Ms. Dodd the final fourth. Each fourth, however, is a complete novella all on its own.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 24, 2014

    This is the first novella in a quartet that focuses on four coup

    This is the first novella in a quartet that focuses on four couples who share the same one-of-a-kind bed located in Masterson Manor. This story follows the builder of the bed, a knight who returns home from the crusades to find the wife he married by-proxy has been happily thinking him dead. She was guaranteed he wouldn't come home but now she has to decide if she wants to pursue widowhood or if the married life might be for her. This was a fun, light read and a nice change from the deeper things I have been reading.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 2, 2013

    Liked it

    I enjoyed this unusual series and book 1 was one of the best.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 11, 2013

    better than the others in the series

    This book and the last book in the series were the better ones. Would I read them again, No. Just not that entertaining.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 8, 2013

    I love anthologies because they provide a wonderful way of findi

    I love anthologies because they provide a wonderful way of finding new authors. I first read this novella in a collection of related stories in a book called "Once upon a Pillow." It was collaboration between two authors that were new to me then, but who are now on my auto buy list for anything they write!
    In “Once Upon a Pillow" we follow the history of a magnificently majestic bed, and the frolicking there-in, from its beginnings in medieval England, to the Elizabethan era, the Regency period and finally, the present day.
    Thus, "First Knight" is a naughtily cute play on words that appropriately captures the introduction to the following short stories. Whether you choose to read these novellas individually as e-books of if you choose to read them in their original book format, you are in for a treat! Each of the four Novellas stands very well on its own and they make one great novel when taken as a whole! The novellas following, "First Night," are: "Kidnapped" by Christina Dodd, "Her Captive" (Brockway again) and "Last Night" (Dodd again).
    Do yourself the favor of enjoying each of them and the literary talents of two of the best writers I could ever recommend.

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