The last thing Sir Kenneth MacKenzie needs is a wife--even if there is a beautiful woman claiming to be his wife and living in his newly inherited castle. He has every intention of forcing her out, but Lady Mariota Macnicol has no intention of letting that happen....
|Title||:||Until the Knight Comes|
|Format Type||:||Trade paperback|
|Number of Pages||:||317 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Until the Knight Comes Reviews
Author: Sue Ellen WelfonderPublished By: Forever YoursAge Recommended: AdultReviewed By: Arlena DeanBlog For: GMTARating:4Review:"Until the Knight Comes" by Sue Ellen Welfonder was a good medieval historical romance with some fantasy. This novel was definitely a 'Scotland Sensually romantic' with Sir Kenneth Mackenzie was a fierce knight and Lady Mariota MacNichol comes together...both being fiery with such passion. This novel was somewhat a highlander story that was full of twist and turns that will keep you turning the pages till the end. This author does a good job in her descriptions of the sexy Scotsmen and the ladies that tame the gracious knights. As a reader you are lead to be enchanted and charmed with this read. You will find each character to be well developed and even showing the smallest details that really makes this story come alive for its reader. This novel was of two people who were afraid of the commitment of falling in love. Now, I hope I have your attention in that you will pick" up this good read of "Until the Knight Comes" to find out just what all in going on this this read. It will be a interesting read.If you are looking for a good novel that is full of sexy Scotsmen and feisty ladies... you have come to the right place and I would recommend "Until the Knight Comes" as a charmed and enchanted good read.
The story, even though it is a romance, it just too unbelievable. not much to recommend, except that it is a quick read
Book 4 in MacKenzie Series. Great..5***.
Odd little Scottish romance. The main characters have both made bad choices in love, but the names were hard to keep up with and the mysticism did not feel real or totally relevant.
4th book in the MacKenzie series. I was glad to see Kenneth's story.
Really really good Scottish love story/mystery/historical book. I loved it.
The fourth book in the MacKenzie series by Sue-Ellen Welfonder. Lots of potential that didn't quite get there. It was an alright read and not awful so I'm giving it 3 stars.
Again, the highland thing isn't for me
Too many names to keep track of and the romance between the two main characters was hard to believe.