The Christmas Knight

The Christmas Knight

by Michele Sinclair

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Overview

The Christmas Knight by Michele Sinclair

Her Only Hope For The Season

With their father gone this Christmastide, Bronwyn de Breton and her two younger sisters are utterly vulnerable at unprotected Hunswick Castle. And their troubles are compounded when a fearsome knight arrives on the king's orders to take Hunswick as his own--and the youngest de Breton daughter as his wife.

Is A Man She's Never Met

Bronwyn would never let her little sister be forced to marry a man as rough and wild as the new lord is whispered to be. Yet someone must form an alliance with him, or all of Hunswick will be at risk. So she steps forward, pretending to be her own sister.

And A Love She Never Expected

But the new lord is not so easily fooled. He knows Bronwyn is not the woman he has promised to marry. And yet, no matter how duty-bound he may be, there is no resisting the golden-haired beauty who so fearlessly gives herself to him. . .and awakens a passion unlike any he's ever known. . .

Praise for Michele Sinclair

"Sinclair. . .carries readers into the hearts and minds of her hero and heroine." --Romantic Times on To Wed a Highlander

"Sensual and humorous, a winning combination that everyone can enjoy." --Hannah Howell, New York Times bestselling author on The Highlander's Bride

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781420108552
Publisher: Kensington
Publication date: 10/01/2010
Pages: 352
Sales rank: 392,237
Product dimensions: 4.14(w) x 6.74(h) x 1.22(d)

About the Author

An award-winning romance writer, Michele Sinclair's books carry readers to the historical highlands of Scotland where romance dwells in strong, vibrant, even at times humorous characters. A working mom during the week and a soccer/tennis mom on the weekend, when Michele isn’t having fun with her two children, she plies her creativity with salty snacks and Dr. Pepper® plus occasional paw input from their lively, affectionate, yet fearless five pound Maltese. Read more at www.michelesinclair.com.

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The Christmas Knight 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 194 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
In 1154, their father has gone off to escort the new heir to Hunswick Castle. He leaves behind his oldest daughter Bronwyn de Betron to take charge of their home and watch over her two always battling younger sisters (Lily and Edythe). To the de Betron siblings' shock and grief, their father dies. The new heir Lord Ranulf de Gunnar arrives at the castle and proves to be a cold despicable boor. Making matters more difficult for the grieving siblings, recently crowned King Henry has ordered Ranulf to marry Edythe. Heeding Lily's suggestion as she knows her sibling could not deal with such an odious person, Bronwyn impersonates her sibling until they can escape. Instead she falls in love with brusque Ranulf, who hides a warm compassionate heart from his new charges. This is a super Normandy medieval romance starring two lonely people, who fall in love, but the deception leaves both with no future together; ironically without the ruse they would still have no future together. The lead couple and her sisters make for a strong entertaining historical as fans will wonder if The Christmas Knight will marry for love or duty. Harriet Klausner
LoveToRead04 More than 1 year ago
Received the paperback version of this book and became so engrossed in the story that I ended up purchasing it so I could have it on my Nook and read it late into the night. I had never read anything by Michele Sinclair and all I can say is WOW!! Loved the main and secondary characters. Sinclair brought the main characters to life and made it so you are giddy with anticipation to future stories involving the secondary characters. In Christmas Knight, Ranulf is the flawed but honorable hero of the story and Bronwyn, the heroine, is a character that anyone that is or has an older sister can identify with. Sinclair has painted a beautifully rich story and begins each chapter with a little synopsis of the traditions of Twelfth Night. I normally don't write reviews, but felt so strongly about this book that I wanted to recommend it to others. This book will end up on my keeper shelf along with classic Lisa Kleypas, Judith McNaught, and Julie Garwood books. Highly recommend this book for any time of the year.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Excellent. Thoroughly enjoyed and highly recommended!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I've enjoyed all of Michele Sinclair's books but this one is my favorite so far. I especially enjoyed the chapter introductions where Ms. Sinclair gives us little tidbits of information about each of the 12 days of Christmas. I can only assume Ms. Sinclair has two more books in store as Bronwyn's sisters have a story to be told as well.
Anonymous 11 months ago
Loved the story
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Great book. Great characters
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I loved this book. I couldnt put it down and hope more are to follow.
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One of my favorites... excellent
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KungFu_Warrior More than 1 year ago
For me this was an okay read. Didn't bump any of the books on my top ten but was still a nice read
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It was a good book, but it dragged out on certain parts
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Michele is a wonderful romance writer. You can't help but become attached to her characters, feel their pain, their loss, anxious for them to let go of their inabetians and free themselves to trust again, live and love. I enjoyed it thoroughly and am sure to reread it time and time again. I highly recommend her other books too.
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