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Lady of the Knight (Cavendish Chronicles #4)

3.67 of 5 stars 3.67  ·  rating details  ·  58 ratings  ·  4 reviews
SIR ANDREW FORD WAS NOBODY'S FOOLHe knew that looks could be deceiving. And though his friends warned him that Rosie would be nothing but trouble, there was something very special about the woman beneath the tangled mane of hair and the dirt-smudged face.

Indeed, something so special that he brazenly wagered he could teach the seemingly ordinary strumpet to be a lady fit to
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ebook, 304 pages
Published July 1st 2011 by Harlequin Treasury-Harlequin Historicals 90s (first published August 1st 1999)
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Judy
4th book in this series.

We met a young Andrew Ford in Three Dog Knight. At 16 he was Sir Thomas's squire. He is now a man of 38. Gus, Brandon and Jack have all been under his training. This book takes place at the Field of Cloth and Gold and we see snippets of events that were in the first two books. We see Celeste as the 10 year old girl. Gus, Brandon & Jack as the just 20 year olds who are wild and lusty. Walter Ormand as the 15 year old who's attitude only worsened through the years. I di
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Rachel
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Setting is the Field of cloth and Gold. Andrew is 38 and Rosie is 19.

This story was great! Since I have yet to read book 3, I don't know anything about Andrew. (We met a young Andrew Ford in Three Dog Knight. At 16 he was Sir Thomas's squire.) This book takes place at the Field of Cloth and Gold and we see snippets of events that were in the first two books. We see Celeste as the 10 year old girl running from the guard who's looking for the fountain of wine. Gus, Brandon & Jack as
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Annette
A lovely, easy read romance. Sure it's predictable, but oh so sweetly full of love on the way
Adylyne
Feb 20, 2009 Adylyne rated it 2 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: evreyone
Recommended to Adylyne by: my sister Brandy
It is a love story. I love romance storys there sweet and loveing!
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Other Books in the Series

Cavendish Chronicles (8 books)
  • Silent Knight (Cavendish Chronicles, #1)
  • Midsummer's Knight (Cavendish Chronicles, #2)
  • Three Dog Knight (Cavendish Chronicles, #3)
  • Halloween Knight (Cavendish Chronicles, #5)
  • One Knight in Venice (Cavendish Chronicles, #6)
  • 'Tis the Season: A Promise to Keep/Christmas at Wayfarer Inn/Twelfth Knight
  • The Dark Knight (Cavendish Chronicles, #7)
Three Dog Knight (Cavendish Chronicles, #3) Silent Knight (Cavendish Chronicles, #1) Midsummer's Knight (Cavendish Chronicles, #2) Fool's Paradise One Knight in Venice (Cavendish Chronicles, #6)

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