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White Knight

(Cornerstone Run Trilogy #3)

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3.89  ·  Rating details ·  119 ratings  ·  42 reviews
Kelly Meade, author of Grey Bishop and Black Rook, continues her Cornerstone Run saga…

Checkmate…


Despite a month of peace from hybrid attacks, the constant threat of violence has the loup garou on edge. Knight McQueen’s home feels like a military compound and his people have become battle-weary soldiers. And Knight’s tenuous grip on his own self-control has been further dam
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Published January 20th 2015 by InterMix
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Carmel (Rabid Reads)
Jun 10, 2014 rated it really liked it
Shelves: werewolves
Reviewed by: Rabid Reads.

Knight’s character has been growing on me throughout this trilogy which is why I’ve been impatiently awaiting this last installment with bated breath. White wolves are this universe’s unicorn, and this final HEA has been quite the arduous battle, thus I expected a glorious conclusion to the McQueen family’s adventure via the middle brother. WHITE KNIGHT was a far cry from being the grim story that I had anticipated; yes there was still darkness and death, however for the
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Stephanie  G
Feb 06, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Knight and his two brothers have to bring Shay home and form a plan – one to stop the two hybrids and finally bring Archimedes to justice in this thrilling conclusion to the Conerstone Run trilogy.

The hybrids have taken Shay and forced her to care for an unknown infant and Knight is losing the battle to control his wolf and the reader can’t help but get caught up in the emotionally gripping tale as they fight to survive the war with the insane hybrids and overcome all the heartbreaking turmoil
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BookLoversLife
I love this series and have been very impatiently awaiting White Knight, so dived right in when I got a copy. I finished it a few days ago and still don't know what to say. My heart and emotions were taken to the brink!!

I'm not going to say too much about the plot because I know I would spoil it but I will say that's it's a heartbreaking and dangerous round for the Cornerstone gang. There's death, destruction, betrayal and some happiness thrown together to make a magnificent read.

During the fi
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Melanie
Oct 08, 2014 rated it really liked it
The Cornerstone Trilogy has been a great series for me. While being a paranormal romance series, it was extremely dark and had more of a urban fantasy feel to it. What I mean by that is that the overall story of the family was the main part of the plot of every story up to this point. The romance of each book was almost more of a secondary part of the story of the trilogy.

This story is focused on Knight, the white wolf of the McQueen family and the Cornerstone pack. He has been an integral part
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Jennifer
Sep 16, 2014 rated it really liked it
Warning: White Knight has some elements that some readers might find hard to read about like references to rape and child abuse.

If you are a fan of Kelly’s writing under her other name, Meding then you know she’s no stranger to putting her characters through hell. And that’s what she has done with Knight. He is still dealing with death and loose like the rest of the run and his family. But Knight has a personal hell he is trying to get over and with the last installment it all finally comes out
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Christal (Badass Book Reviews)
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Ah, the Cornerstone Run trilogy... I have to admit that I wasn't quite sold on the debut novel, Black Rook, but then came Bishop and Jillian and they just blew me away in Gray Bishop! Honestly, I never expected Bishop to turn out to be my favorite brother; I really thought his story was going to be the weakest of the three but I was surely wrong. While White Knight didn't reach those heights again, it was still a solid paranormal romance
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Tori
Originally posted at Smexybooks
http://smexybooks.com/2015/01/review-...

Favorite Quote: “Figures, an old crazy house.”

Knight McQueen has suffered greatly due to the hybrids increasing violence against his people. Forced to hide due to the hybrid’s agenda concerning him, Knight teeters between extreme guilt, rage, and depression. When the one person who helps him hold on to his humanity is kidnapped, Knight loses his tentative grip on his self-control and begins a steady decline into the abyss.

Sh
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Melliane
Jan 10, 2015 rated it really liked it
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After having a great time with the two first volumes, I was curious about this third and final book, highlighting the history between Shay and Knight. It must be said that this novel continues the story that we had followed so far and we find as always with great pleasure all the characters we met earlier.

From the beginning of the novel, the two characters are separated and manage their own problems away from each other. Knight must continue to live with the
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Melindeeloo
Sep 06, 2014 rated it really liked it
The kidnapping of his unacknowledged mate, Shay, just adds to all that Knight McQueen and his people have suffered at the hands of the psycho hybrid sisters, and he will do whatever is necessary to get Shay back. But even as Shay is almost forced to the brink of madness with her wolf time approaching and her captors refusing to allow her to shift, Shay uncovers more of the truth about the Magus' role in the hybrid's creation and struggles to get herself free and back to Knight.

I still really lik
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✿~Danielle~✿
Feb 08, 2014 marked it as books-own
Knight McQueen
Shey Butler


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Blurb: Despite a month of peace from hybrid attacks, the constant threat of violence has the loup garou on edge. Knight McQueen’s home feels like a military compound and his people have become battle-weary soldiers. And Knight’s tenuous grip on his own self-control has been further damaged by the disappearance of the only woman whose touch brings him peace.

Held prisoner by her hybrid half-sisters and forced to care for an unknown child, Shay Butler’s
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Shelley
**I received this book for free from (InterMix) via (NetGalley) in exchange for an honest review. Thank you!! This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.**

*Genre* Paranormal Romance
*Rating* 3.0

*My Thoughts*

White Knight closes out the Cornerstone Run Trilogy by featuring Black Wolf Shay Butler, and White Wolf Knight McQueen. Meade alternates her story between not only Shay, and Knight, but others who we've met along the way. When we finished reading Gray Bishop, the C
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Sophia
Nov 01, 2014 rated it really liked it
The last story tore my guts out with all the horrific events and loss the McQueens and the rest of the Cornerstone Run wolves had to face, but it got worse when the hybrids took Shay leaving an already emotionally decimated Knight out of his mind. Shay is his mate and the only one who could reach him in the dark place his mind went to after his rape, loss of father, loss of friends and the many losses of life as the hybrids seek to recapture him for his white wolf abilities. Knight is determined ...more
Pam
Jul 07, 2014 rated it really liked it
This is the much anticipated conclusion to this dark paranormal romance. I enjoyed the world the author has created of loup communities that are brought to the brink of war as one faction tries to destroy the others. The McQueen brothers are amazing as they fight for the loupes and try to find peace again.

Shay is the daughter an alpha, her mother was a White wolf kidnapped years ago by the Magnus, powerful magic users. The Magnus wanted to start a new race of hybrids who would pit one race agai
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Marta Cox
Dec 09, 2014 rated it really liked it
This is the final part of the Cornerstone Run trilogy and it's the one that readers have been waiting for, Knights story! Yes that lovely white wolf who has suffered so much finally gets a chance to prove to himself that he's not completely lost but still capable of rising to any challenge. Knight is a survivor but the torments that he has experienced haunt him and now with Shay the woman he believes is his mate missing he feels himself splintering . Knight as a white wolf is the lynchpin has pa ...more
Steph
white wolf
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White Wolf wraps up Kelly Meade's (AKA Kelly Meding) Cornerstone Run Trilogy. The story picks up about a month after Gray Bishop - Shay had been taken by the hybrids and Cornerstone is on the hunt to finish them once and for all.
"I brought some of that darkness back with me. I still feel it sometimes, deep down in my soul, waiting to swallow me up again."
Knight's been struggling with a great deal of loss ... loss of run members, Shay's capture
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Jen Davis
Dec 20, 2014 rated it really liked it
This is the story I have been waiting for since the first book in the series and I am happy to say that it satisfies. Poor Knight was really put through the wringer in the earlier installments. He was kidnapped by the hybrid triplets, who raped him and forced him to father a baby. His pack was betrayed. His father, murdered. He nearly lost himself to a forced shift. And now, his mate has been kidnapped. The events of the past two months are taking their toll, but all he can think about is gettin ...more
Stacy
Dec 08, 2014 rated it really liked it
The conclusion to the Cornerstone Run Trilogy is here. Knight has not had an easy few months. He was held prisoner and raped by the hybrids and then had to deal with the fact that one of them got pregnant and was killed by his pack. Now the woman he loves, Shay, has been kidnapped by the hybrids and he wants her back. Shay is the daughter of an alpha. Her whole run was murdered by the hyrids in book one and she has had to crawl out of the emotional hole that those events left her in. Now her cra ...more
Maghon Thomas
Oct 14, 2014 rated it it was amazing
WOW!! What an ending! I've been basically almost in tears reading this series, and Knight is finally getting himself together. All of his attack is finally coming to light, he's getting his mate back, and he's pulling himself together so he can help stop the threat that's been killing off his family. He's the white wolf, and everyone needs him to hang on, because they all expect him to be there for them. But now, he needs someone to be there for him. And yes this one is dark, and touchy, but thi ...more
Krissys
Jan 22, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: featured-books, star
I received a digital copy in exchange for an honest review from Berkley.

When I got White Knight I really didn't know that it was a part of a series/trilogy and its important to note that reading the previous books is an important factor in understanding the who, what and why. I would highly suggest starting at the beginning before investing in White Knight.
That being said I can't say enough great things about this book. There is so much positive reinforcement and redemption that Miss Meade bri
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Nicole
Jan 11, 2015 rated it really liked it
I loved the wrap up to the Cornerstone Run trilogy. I couldn't wait to get Knight's story, and it didn't disappoint.
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Full review to come at www.thebookpushers.com
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Chelsea
Jul 19, 2015 rated it really liked it
I'm not a huge fan of romance novels but love the other things I read by this author so gave the trilogy a try. It's a good story with great twists. Worth reading
Paris
There was so much to love about this book. Since the moment we met Knight, I knew he was going to be my favorite of the brothers. What he goes through in the first book and throughout the second, I could not wait to really see things from his perspective. The man was hurting and I really loved seeing him get a chance to heal. I loved the relationship he had with Shay. We got to see it grow throughout the trilogy while also watching her heal from what happened to her in the first book.

This book w
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Lynsey   (A Bookish Life)
Jun 06, 2017 rated it really liked it
Although I've rated each book in this trilogy 4 stars, this is secretly my favourite. I do love the dark and sometimes ruthless nature of Meade's storytelling, but here she shows us her gentler side with the her characterisation of her two most broken and fragile characters, Knight and Shay. It's also the most satisfying because we see the culmination of the overall story arc which has carried through from Black Rook and Gray Bishop. An excellent read!

A copy of this book was provided for review
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FV Angela
Review originally posted at http://fictionvixen.com/review-white-...

I’ve been eagerly anticipating the final installment of the Cornerstone Run trilogy. While each book tells the story of a different brother, Knight is at the center of the main plot and the one who has been victimized the most. This urban fantasy trilogy revolves around the McQueen brothers and their run’s battle against a group of loup/vampire and loup/magi hybrid sisters who are determined to extinguish them. Knight is a white
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Debbie Lester
Mar 05, 2015 rated it really liked it
White Knight is the final book in Kelly Meade's Cornerstone Run Trilogy featuring werewolves and a couple of hybrid werewolf/vampire sisters who are out for blood. Readers who have followed the series have been waiting for Knight McQueen's story with baited breath. This brother and his empathetic abilities has taken the heart of many readers and this installment in the series focuses on Knight and his soon to be mate, Shay. The romance is both touching and sexy and the Meade ties up every arc an ...more
Jessica (a GREAT read)
Jan 14, 2015 rated it really liked it
Kelly Meade concludes the Cornerstone Run Trilogy with the final brother's, Knight, tale. White Knight while told from many different points of view, has a more focused point on Knight and Shay like we've seen from the previous two. And while I have enjoyed this trilogy greatly, for some reason White Knight just didn't live up to the thrills and enjoyment of Black Rook.

Knight is a broken character. He's been hurt in the worst way, but then Shay is a broken character as well. It was sort of fitti
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Margaret
Jun 23, 2014 rated it really liked it
Shelves: books-i-won
At the end of Gray Bishop, loup-garou Shay Butler, the sole survivor of an attack on her Run two months ago, was kidnapped by her half-sisters, the vampire-loup hybrids Allison and Desiree. In the month since, she’s been kept in a windowless cell with a baby that the sisters force her to care for. The lack of sunlight, proper nutrition and freedom to shift are taking a toll on her sanity and making her desperate to escape, even if it means leaving the infant behind.

Meanwhile, Knight McQueen, her
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Laura *Little Read Riding Hood*
WHITE KNIGHT picks up about a month after the end of GRAY BISHOP and things are not looking good for the Cornerstone Run or the McQueen brothers, especially Knight. Some pretty terrible things have happened to him especially, and if you've read Meade writing as Meading, you'll know from her Dregs City stories that she doesn't pull punches. It isn't easy to be a Meade/Meading character!


For some reason, even though there were two books leading up to the finale, I still had trouble connecting with
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Dusti Dasilva
Jan 29, 2015 rated it really liked it
I wished I would have read the first 2 books in this series before starting this one. Black Rook and Gray Knight are the first 2 and having read those 2 would have helped me a lot with the whole back history that I was missing. I was so confused at first that I had no idea what was happening, but with that said I figured it out pretty quickly and LOVED this book. I can’t wait to go and read the other 2.
The characters were great and well developed. I enjoyed seeing how close everyone was and how
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Edyta
May 14, 2015 rated it really liked it
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