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characters A Knight Well Spent ä PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ ❄ [EPUB] ✼ A Knight Well Spent By Jackie Ivie ➝ – Gwairsoft.co.uk Scotland 1141 A Norman king's attempts to rule the Highland clans is making his favorite knight's job difficult indeed and that is before a woman of mystery laScotland A Norman king's attempts to rule the Highland clans is making his favorite knight's job difficult indeed and that is before a woman of mystery lays siege to the warrior's heartSHE LIVES TO HEALHe's a giant of a man what's he's the enemy These truths should be enough to send Aislynn running far and fast from the wounded stranger in the woods But he needs her help and t. “His Royal Highness King David of Scotland and Norman king is on the thrown 1141 AD Normandy occupies Scottish lands and are at war with the Scots Normans consider the Scots uncivilized and barbaricSir RHOENNE Guy de Ramhurst a knight and First Earl of Tynebury is seriously injured in a battle While attempting to return home he runs intoAISLYNN aka Lady of the Brook a Scottish maiden who’s beauty is beyond compare She attends to his wound with the constant reminder that she is a “healer” Aislynn is “marked’ by many giftsBRENT to who others call the Bastard is the Rhoenne’s brother and heir He is named High Sheriff of Tynebury when Rhoenne is absent and called to battle Brent comes uponDONALD O’Rourke attempting to take certain liberties with Aislynn Donald is a blacksmith and a man Aislynn may be forced to marry Brent kidnaps AislynnSir HAROLD Montvale also a knight is Rhoenne’s second He grew up with Rhoenne and is his ever constant companion He constantly exchanges annoying and amusing dialogue with Rhoenne His intent is to make Rhoenne think about his actions on any mattersROSIE aka Old Rosie a free women who has been with Rhoenne since birth is placed as Aislynn’s attendant Rosie carried out her duties masterfully and did so without taking any nonsense from RhoenneRICHARD 2nd younger brother to Rhoenne is a knowledgeable man that is not suited to be a knight but proves himself worthy of Rhoenne’s trustThe DONAL CLAN aka Gallgaels are considered to be the most dangerous and notorious of Scots They choose to make themselves visible to the Normans when and if they so desire Can an alliance between the Celts Gallgaels and Normans be madeADVENTURE Forewarning of danger ensued My heart raced and I sweated bullets when 2 of the main characters were in danger The possibility of a siege and of betrayal was due to non other than a king’s edict The adventures that followed led to unexpected relationships I profusely cried when protection was given and a very painful injury resulted I also shed tears due to a death wish Arrival at the Montvale manor led to misunderstandings which eventually turned into understanding love and life think I’ll read that part againHILARIOUS Harold Montvale’s dialogue towards Rhoenne is always very funny that is when you could follow what he said and where he is going with the conversation He seems to always have the upper hand in that respect Aislynn on the other hand is curious about everything She is the typical “why baby” and can fire uestions off in rapid succession Pity should be given to whoever is caught between her and Harold dominating a conversation Then there is the problem of trying to continuously speak in your native tongue while occupying the land of Celtic language One could learn to speak a combination of the two which can cause confusion The ability to tolerate or not to tolerate alcohol is unuestionable Absolutely hilarious The author did a great job in expressing that matter Male reactions to Aislynn’s beauty is believable to the point that Rhoenne learned to uickly and stubbornly say “Nay”RECOMMENTATION From my standpoint this is a fantastic work by the author The only thing that I did not like is how she picked up the pace too much during the last few chapters It is as though she is telling the reader “whoops I’m out of time and must hurry up and finish the book” I highly recommend you reading this book and look forward to YOUR REVIEW

A Knight Well SpentScotland A Norman king's attempts to rule the Highland clans is making his favorite knight's job difficult indeed and that is before a woman of mystery lays siege to the warrior's heartSHE LIVES TO HEALHe's a giant of a man what's he's the enemy These truths should be enough to send Aislynn running far and fast from the wounded stranger in the woods But he needs her help and t. “His Royal Highness King David of Scotland and Norman king is on the thrown 1141 AD Normandy occupies Scottish lands and are at war with the Scots Normans consider the Scots uncivilized and barbaricSir RHOENNE Guy de Ramhurst a knight and First Earl of Tynebury is seriously injured in a battle While attempting to return home he runs intoAISLYNN aka Lady of the Brook a Scottish maiden who’s beauty is beyond compare She attends to his wound with the constant reminder that she is a “healer” Aislynn is “marked’ by many giftsBRENT to who others call the Bastard is the Rhoenne’s brother and heir He is named High Sheriff of Tynebury when Rhoenne is absent and called to battle Brent comes uponDONALD O’Rourke attempting to take certain liberties with Aislynn Donald is a blacksmith and a man Aislynn may be forced to marry Brent kidnaps AislynnSir HAROLD Montvale also a knight is Rhoenne’s second He grew up with Rhoenne and is his ever constant companion He constantly exchanges annoying and amusing dialogue with Rhoenne His intent is to make Rhoenne think about his actions on any mattersROSIE aka Old Rosie a free women who has been with Rhoenne since birth is placed as Aislynn’s attendant Rosie carried out her duties masterfully and did so without taking any nonsense from RhoenneRICHARD 2nd younger brother to Rhoenne is a knowledgeable man that is not suited to be a knight but proves himself worthy of Rhoenne’s trustThe DONAL CLAN aka Gallgaels are considered to be the most dangerous and notorious of Scots They choose to make themselves visible to the Normans when and if they so desire Can an alliance between the Celts Gallgaels and Normans be madeADVENTURE Forewarning of danger ensued My heart raced and I sweated bullets when 2 of the main characters were in danger The possibility of a siege and of betrayal was due to non other than a king’s edict The adventures that followed led to unexpected relationships I profusely cried when protection was given and a very painful injury resulted I also shed tears due to a death wish Arrival at the Montvale manor led to misunderstandings which eventually turned into understanding love and life think I’ll read that part againHILARIOUS Harold Montvale’s dialogue towards Rhoenne is always very funny that is when you could follow what he said and where he is going with the conversation He seems to always have the upper hand in that respect Aislynn on the other hand is curious about everything She is the typical “why baby” and can fire uestions off in rapid succession Pity should be given to whoever is caught between her and Harold dominating a conversation Then there is the problem of trying to continuously speak in your native tongue while occupying the land of Celtic language One could learn to speak a combination of the two which can cause confusion The ability to tolerate or not to tolerate alcohol is unuestionable Absolutely hilarious The author did a great job in expressing that matter Male reactions to Aislynn’s beauty is believable to the point that Rhoenne learned to uickly and stubbornly say “Nay”RECOMMENTATION From my standpoint this is a fantastic work by the author The only thing that I did not like is how she picked up the pace too much during the last few chapters It is as though she is telling the reader “whoops I’m out of time and must hurry up and finish the book” I highly recommend you reading this book and look forward to YOUR REVIEW

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A Knight Well Spent Ú Ved his life and captured his heartAND ONE LOVE RULES THEM BOTHRhoenne believes a family curse places any woman he loves in mortal danger When Aislynn is abducted by his profligate sibling Rhoenne becomes her protector even as he tries to resist her But Aislynn has secrets of her own and as deception and danger swirl ever closer around them the truth may be their only salvatio. I'm not much of a romance reader but I met the author at a local bookstore and she was so nice to chat with that I wound up buying this book I thoroughly enjoyed it It's well written and was pretty easy to escape into I liked it characters â PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ´ Jackie Ivie

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Jackie Ivie ´ 5 characters He reward he bestows changes her foreverHE FIGHTS TO KILLFormidable knight Rhoenne Guy de Ramhurst has been gifted with a fiefdom and the unenviable task A Knight eBook #10003 of taming the rebellious Highlanders that populate it He also has a castle full of dissidents led by his own half brother Yet these challenges pale in comparison with attempts to forget the healer who sa. Sir Rohenne is a Norman night who is trying to maintain his keep He freuently leaves his bastard born half brother in charge while defending his demesne Each time he returns he faces serfs who are angry at how tough his brother has been angry fathers who demand recompense for their stolen daughters and a general mess of a home He needs someone strong to handle his home but does not necessarily want a wife He is convinced there is a curse on his family that causes the death of any woman who bears a son into the family While recovering from an injury he encounters Aislynn who is a healer that mesmerizes him He finds that he cannot let her go but is afraid to claim her because he does not want her to suffer because of the curse Aislynn is convinced that the curse does not determine their destiny Just as they seem to becoming comfortable with each other and their love for one another a decision has to be made What is important in the end their love their loyalty to their friends and king or the safety of their peopleI had a difficult time with the dialogue on this book It wasn't difficult to read but the author seemed to go out of her way to create characters that didn't get to the point when they were speaking The main characters were always beating around the bush I think this was her attempt to create sarcasm I found myself freuently rereading the scenes to make sure I was getting the mood of the conversationThe story line is well developed and the problems the hero and heroine faced were complex yet realistic The author really developed the character of Harold friend to both parties in the romance Sir Harold will do anything in support of his liege lord We are able to get inside of him as he tries to stay supportive to his friend distant from the heroine and helpful to both