A Dark & Stormy Knight (McKnight Romances, #3)

A Dark & Stormy Knight (McKnight Romances, #3)

by Suzie Quint

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BN ID: 2940151705417
Publisher: Suzie Quint
Publication date: 08/15/2014
Series: McKnight Romances , #3
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 89,209
File size: 489 KB

About the Author

Suzie Quint has always been fascinated with the human psyche, so she can imagine no better way to explore the human condition than through the characters she writes. Finding the happy ending for the people who inhabit her worlds is the best job anyone could have. Getting to share them with others… It doesn't get any better than that.

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A Dark & Stormy Knight 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
hmg_vermont More than 1 year ago
Suzie Quint is a new author for me and I thoroughly enjoyed her writing style. I will admit it took me a bit to get into the story but once I did it was a quick read. I adore second-chance stories and Georgia and Sol did not disappoint. A Dark and Stormy Knight is the story of Sol and Georgia. They were married young but she left him and moved away just six-weeks after the wedding. Now Georgia is back, with their daughter Eden, to take care of her parents for the summer. I loved the rodeo and cowboy aspects of this story and the fact that Sol is super sexy and a great father! I wondered at times what Sol saw in Georgia and why he still was in love with her. Georgia seemed a bit self-centered. I didn’t like the idea that she would marry Eden’s best friends’ Dad just because he was nice and they could be a family..seemed like settling and hiding to me. I loved the ending – the happily-ever-after with marriage, new home, love, and understanding!
Crystal61 More than 1 year ago
This story took a bit to get going but once it did, I did not want to put it down. It takes years for this second chance to happen, although Georgia and Sol have many opportunities in the meantime. The stubbornness of Georgia, along with all her fears, keeps her pushing away, but this is one of the things I enjoyed about the book. Georgia finally sees the truth and the path was an emotionally bumpy one. Sol has never truly given up on Georgia and is very tenacious without admitting the complete truth. It was a race to the end and kept me up past my bedtime to finish it. I received a copy of this story through Candid Book Reviews, and this is my unsolicited review.
Book_Sniffers_Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is one of those second chance romances, only with cowboys. Georgia up and left her husband eight years ago because she was afraid of his rodeo career. Afraid he’d get hurt, afraid he’d be killed, and afraid he’d run off with a “buckle bunny”. So instead of talking about her worries to her new husband, she took off. Now, eight years later she’s back in town taking care of her parents while their daughter spends the summer with her father on his family’s ranch. Georgia was a pretty stubborn person throughout the book. You can tell she still has feelings for Sol, but she fights them tooth and nail until the bitter end. Her resistance to accept her feelings was a little tiresome after a while. I felt like, considering the history between the two of them, and the fact that they have a daughter together, why fight against your feelings when you know the other person is head over heels in love with you? However, I enjoyed reading about the two coexisting with each other for the sake of their daughter. After a while they started to soften up around each other and you started to see that old spark come back between them. I honestly don’t know how Georgia didn’t just melt the second that Sol interacted with their daughter. He had such tender moments with her, especially after the whole horse incident. My one and only complaint was the mustache. I know it seems trivial but when the author kept constantly bringing up the “Tom Selleck” mustache with things like… “He licked his lips then rolled his lower lip up over the edge of his mustache as he peered into the empty glass.” “She brushed the corner of his mustache with her fingertips. It was soft under her touch. Had she ever told him how sexy she thought Tom Selleck was?” “She leaned into him and nibbled on his mustache near the corner of his mouth.” Sorry but mustaches are creepy and remind me of the famous sketch of the Unabomber. There’s just nothing sexy about snot catchers, and the constant reminder that the “sexy cowboy” had one, really threw me off and all I could see in my minds eye was a mustache. A big hairy mustache. Aside from my issues with that particular form of facial hair, all was well with the book. I enjoyed Sol and Georgia’s story about their second chance at love.