A KNIGHT AND WHITE SATIN
Zebra, an imprint of Kensington Publishing Corp.
Rating: 3 Cups
Dallis Caruth has always defended her keep. But to the spoils goes the victor, and this time around she is the prize.
Payton Dunn-Fadden is the King’s Champion and a man determined to hold on to the keep they have stormed. By forcing the lady of the house to marry him and consummating their marriage, he has placed his stamp on his property.
Three years have passed since Payton stole Dallis’ land and her freedom. He is back to claim what is rightfully his. After a shared time of intense passion, Dallis’ former potential husband storms her castle and she is caught in the middle. Now she must find some way to get Payton to trust her instead of believing she betrayed him.
A Knight in White Satin has some emotional highs and lows. I feel the savage anger; feelings of betrayal, sadness, hopelessness, happiness, and joy are intense and bring an edginess to this novel that is great. When it comes to writing historical romance, Ms. Ivie knows how to write with a wicked pen that shows the reader a land and time that I enjoyed reading about. I think the way Payton and Dallis fight their attraction and feelings for each other is a fantastic touch that gives the story realism. This is a very nice read!
Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance & More