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The Knight's Conquest

3.15 of 5 stars 3.15  ·  rating details  ·  34 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Proud and beautiful, she would be no man's prize! To the victor the spoils…Offered as the delectable prize at a jousting tournament by the King, the proud and beautiful Lady Eloise Gerrard is far from gaining the freedom to command her own destiny that she so ardently desires. Shocked to discover the King has every intention of winning the prize for himself, Eloise turns i ...more
Paperback, 304 pages
Published September 1st 2003 by Harlequin (first published February 1st 2003)
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Judy
Sir Owain of Whitecliff has found the woman he wants to marry. He asks her father for her hand but then is called off on duty to the king.

Sir Crispin, Eloise's father, leaves her betrothal in Sir Rolphes care, her step brother. He pushes her towards Sir Piers. After not hearing from Owain she eventually marries Piers. It is a horrible marriage as he quickly turns cruel and puts jousting before her. Then her 3 month fate hits. She had been betrothed and both times when it reached 3 months, they h
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Kristin
This novel was easily forgotten and unbelieveable at times. It was hard to imagine that the hero and heroine would fall madly in love with each other upon meeting just one time and that they would both feel so upset that the other person didn't "wait" for them to get married to the other. Eloise was so mad when he left right after proposing to her even though they only met one time and yet she says she was always madly in love with him. When they meet again he still has the same feelings but she ...more
Hallie Chandler
It was forgettable, tedious at times, and poorly plotted. I suppose it was good idea, just poorly executed. I liked Owain, but I didn't understand Eloise in the least. She not only was an unbelievable character, but an annoying one at that. If you decide to read this, you won't hate but you will surely be disappointed.
Angelique
It was forgettable, tedious at times, and poorly plotted. I suppose it was good idea, just poorly executed. I liked Owain, but I didn't understand Eloise in the least. She not only was an unbelievable character, but an annoying one at that. If you decide to read this, you won't hate but you will surely be disappointed.
LaJeana
A very slow read.
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