A passionate, emotional, action-packed story set against the violent and volatile backdrop of 14th-century Scotland. When her family is wiped out by Clan. Set against the turbulent backdrop of fourteenth-century Scotland, ‘Lady of the Knight’ tells the breathtaking tale of a brave lass left on her own and surrounded. LibraryThing Review. User Review – Pebblesgmc – LibraryThing. Lady Of The Knight by Jackie Ivie pages When Morganna “Morgan” KilCreggar was four.
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Morgan was described as a very pretty boy and a gorgeous woman when she dressed back in her original gender. Dec 08, Ana T.
Lady of the Knight Book Summary and Study Guide
Until she gets stuffed in to her first decent dress and then she’s all “oh, silk and velvet against my breasts feel so wonderful, sure I’ll completely change the essence of who I am and have been for 20 years for you!
I”ve na” tested it. In trying to go for a dramatic, dark flair, the author left plenty of holes and flaws in her writing or did she think the problems would be overlooked? Hope you’ve enjoyed this teaser. Also there were times when it felt a bit too much like lust rather than love.
Jackie has now written thirteen novels and is continually starting more. She is forced to walk for a day or so with a back injury.
I’ve read a few books where the heroine dresses as a man. Jackie has always been the busy type, rarely sitting still without being occupied in at least one activity, and usually more. The beginning of the book was actually good. They feel something, they feel an unexplained attraction but are saved from falling in love with a man just in time! Now I’m all for women laey Ugh, this book! Edit to localize it to your language. Then the story basically boiled down to it being fine for Morgan to wear a kilt and toss knives right up until she becomes pregnant or rather everyone starts noticing she’s pregnant and forced in to marriage against her will because of that fact.
The beginning was the tthe part. It’s not enough to expect us to fall in love Oh why, oh why do you thhe this Ms Ivie?? True it started out a bit hard to read, honestly becuase the dialogue was so accurate, thi Ooooo guys I really liked this one! And it just took too much time, so long that I lost interest!
Lady of the Knight (Clans ) by Jackie Ivie
Morgan disguises herself as a lad, and becomes deadly with all weapons. Their tale will have you spellbound as it unfurls to its exciting ending.
Morgan disguises herself as a lad, and becomes deadly with all weapons. I have always loved reading, especially romances.
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Now you tell me, what woman on this planet can do push-ups?! Where his bitch ass takes her last name?!
She is deadly accurate with axes, swords, and bows and arrows. The confusion and disgust coming from a clan warrior that cannot figure out why he is desperately attracted to a person he believes to be a male. Also there were times when it fel After Mulan, this is the best chicks-in-pants stories I know!
Ths her “spare time” between being a mom, a wife, and a businesswoman, Jackie can usually be found at her word processor, totally absorbed in another century while gazing occasionally at the magnificent snow-capped mountain views through her windows. Yet FitzHugh cannot deny that he is strangely knlght to the lad in his charge, and he intends to find out why.
So she does not fight him and waits patiently for the kill.
Cependant, il y a comme une impression de beaucoup trop. Alexander “Zander” FitzHugh makes the boy “Morgan” his squire.
Jackif is a bit hard headed and blind at times, but he sees Morgan for the beautiful woman she is, inside and out.
Lady Of The Knight
Books by Jackie Ivie. The revelation was bit disappointed, I had expected it differently.
Open Preview See a Problem? Liked the trope but i felt like the big secret of if heroine being a girl not a “lad” was dragged on ivje long and the big reveal wasn’t done in the best way.
One of the major problems the biggest, in my opinion is character development and depth with both main characters. Meanwhile, Zander is horrified by his growing attraction to the young squire. Best of all, while the hero is crying his undying love to “Morgan”, she never reciprocates-never, never, never, never!!! Lady of the Knight is an excellent novel that you don”t want to miss—it’s one you will want to read again and again.