[KINDLE] ❦ The Knight's Kiss ➚ Nicole Burnham – Rvtrek.info

The Knight's Kiss HE LIVED IN ONCE UPON A TIME When Beautiful Princess Isabella Of San Rimini Needed An Expert To Probe The Secrets Of The Royal Palace, All Roads Led Directly To Dark, Mysterious Nick Black A Contemporary Example Of Potent Masculinity If Ever There Was One Yet Thanks To A Medieval Curse, Nick Black Had Been Around For A Long Timea Very Long Time In Fact, Once He D Been Known As Domenico, An Overzealous Knight Who Would Never Know Peace Or Mortality Until He Learned To Put Someone Else S Welfare Above His Own In Taking This Assignment, Nick Hoped To Find An Ancient Trick To Break The Spell Little Did He Know That Close Contact With Her Lovely Highness, Isabella, Might Help Him To Find Mortality And Love The Old Fashioned Way


About the Author: Nicole Burnham

Burnham is the RITA award winning author of over a dozen novels, including the popular Royal Scandals series All About Romance declares, Nicole Burnham gives life to a fictional kingdom and monarchy that feel as though they could be real and gosh darn it, Nicole Burnham is good readers should definitely check her out Nicole graduated from an American high school in Germany, then obtained a BA in political science from Colorado State University and a JD MA in international relations from the University of Michigan She lives near Boston, spends as much time as possible at Fenway Park, and travels abroad whenever she can score cheap airfare NOTE FROM NICOLE My Goodreads library is by no means comprehensive I have thousands of books on my real as opposed to my Goodreads bookshelves However, my Goodreads library only contains those books I d give four or five stars and would recommend to friends without hesitation and I haven t even gotten around to listing all those yet



10 thoughts on “The Knight's Kiss

  1. says:

    I hate to compare myself with Rita Mae Brownbut I do miss the subjunctive, and all those boring bits of English grammar so rarely seen these days The story was lovely, but I do wish that editors, at least, were still well versed in the liberal arts.


  2. says:

    Interesting plot but this book really needed an few hundred pages to flesh out the characters and 800 years of life I d have stuck with it too Was just too short to really explore the story and the relationship.


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