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Lady Knight

3.52 of 5 stars 3.52  ·  rating details  ·  75 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Saxon Lady Ariel of Elmstead disguises herself as a boy and leads her father's men to battle the Norman invaders. Her goal is to find the Norman knight who left her with child the year before. The only clue she has to his identity is the ring he gave her. During the battle of Hastings, Broc St. Ceneri takes a young Saxon boy as his hostage. The boy so resembles the Saxon g ...more
Kindle Edition, 276 pages
Published (first published August 7th 2008)
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Great if you like stupid men being stupid. =)

A year ago, a handsome knight relieved Lady Ariel of Elmstead of her maidenhead and left her pregnant. She loves her child but is still angry with the father for leaving her. When the Normans invade, Lady Ariel feels she must step in and lead her father's army into battle, so she disguises herself as a boy and freshens up on her sword-fighting skills. As the Battle of the Hastings rages on, Lady Ariel is confronted by a man she never expected to see again
La historia tiene su punto, por eso no la abandoné nunca a pesar de que en demasiados momentos me parecía demasiado fantasiosa: (view spoiler) ...more
A lot of Marisa's books are short reads but this one is a bit longer... Marisa writes books that are irresistable. Once I started this book I couldn't put it down (which didn't suprise me much seeing as all the books I have read by Marisa have had that same effect on me). When reading books by Marisa you will never be bored although you may find suprises when you least expect them
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Marisa Chenery was always a lover of books, but after reading her first historical romance novel she found herself hooked. Having inherited a love for the written word, she soon started writing her own novels.

After trying her hand at writing historicals, she now writes paranormals.

Marisa lives in Ontario, Canada with her husband and four children. She would love to hear from you, so drop her an em
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