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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Lady of the Knight by Jackie Ivie – FictionDB
They are forced to raid the bodies on the battlefield for anything of value that will help them to survive A battlefield thief, a young woman dressed as a boy, arises and become a national hero. It reminded me very much of a Mulan and Shang dynamic except disney never touches on the fact Shang was also probably going through a minor sexual crisis. A time of wars between clans and during a time when Scotland invaded by the Sassenach Englishman.
Fiction Romance Historical 1 historical 6 historical romance 7 Ivie 1 medieval 5 Medieval Period 1 Middle Ages 1 own 2 read 2 regency 1 romance 9 Scotland 2 Scotland Romance 1 Scottish Highlands 1 Scottish Lowlands 1 series romance 1 to-read 5 traded 2 want to read 1 wishlist 1 Z: It was okay but not horrible.
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. The most worthwhile theme of this book is an age old one.
I”ll not punish ye further. SO I HAVE read all of the Brocade series somehow i skipped this book so i read it and boy i love highlanders and strong women who can fight for what is right. It just kind of dissapointed me as I was quite excited to see how the hero would find out. Yes, he wasn’t willing to admit it to anyone else, he wasn’t happy about it, and he wanted he I love it. For more help see the Common Knowledge help page.
Project Gutenberg 0 editions. Sparks will fly when he sees that she is a woman.
Lady of the Knight
But how can their love make it when his family destroyed hers? Master fencer, and the list goes on and on and on and on. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. Left behind the clan wars are mostly knigh children of dead clansmen.
Your use of the site and services is subject to these policies and terms. Her singled-minded hatred of the FitzHughs is put to the test when she meets one by the name of Zander.
However, I recommend you read this book. A time of wars between clans and during th time when Scotland invaded by the Sassenach Englishman. Apr 07, Erin Kyle rated it it was amazing. Feb 08, Nancy rated it really liked it Shelves: 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. They can’t resist each other which is funny because he is straight and she is a woman in disguise.
Lady Of The Knight
In most books with this plot device the hero finds out the truth before they acknowledge their love. I found the whole scenario a bit disturbing jacke tell the truth. Geschiedkundig gezien is het waarschijnlijk allemaal onzin maar het is wel leuk om te lezen: Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
Ot in the Scottish Lowlands. In her “spare ifie 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.
Her singled-minded hatred of the FitzHughs is put to the test when she meets one by the name I knew Jackie Ivie was a good writer but this book is at a totally different level. One of my most favored books! This is what really got me in this book. Best of all, while the hero is crying his undying love to “Morgan”, she never reciprocates-never, never, never, never!!!
Morgan disguises herself as a lad, and becomes deadly with all weapons. As the book goes on he becomes possessive and if he cannot have him her no one else can too.