Spirit of the Knight By Debbie Peterson


RATING: 5 Out 5 Stars

Mariah Jennings has been hired to paint a thirteenth century castle for an upcoming showcase. After reaching her new home for the next 6 months, she never expected it to be already occupied by a ghostly knight by the name of Sir Cailen Braithnoch and his entire fiefdom… But what is even stranger then meeting a castle of ghostly knights, is that she has seen Sir Cailen Braithnoch before, ever since childhood….
Sir Cailen Braithnoch has never been so entranced by a woman like he is with Mariah Jennings… And Mariah Jennings has been in love with him since the first time she sketched his form on paper… And after their first encounter their feelings just keep getting stronger. And as time goes by, Mariah discovers that Cailen and his fiefdom aren’t your ordinary ghosts… And that dark magic may have been involved….
Will Mariah and Cailen be able to find the clues to figure out the events that transpired when they died? And will they have their Happily Ever After?
I had the privilege of reading an ARC copy of this book and I wasn’t disappointed. I truly enjoyed reading this book. The story was well thought out, leaving no holes or leaving any unanswered questions by the end of the book. It was a fun storyline and I enjoyed every minute I read and wished I didn’t have to put it down to go to work, run errands, and etc..
I liked every last one of the characters. Mariah is one of my favorite heroines I have read in a book. She never backed down even when her fears played with her emotions, and she saw things through until the end. Cailen was an absolutely dreamy character, and makes me want pack a bag and go visit a thirteenth century castle to find him!!! And I loved how their relationship kept budding from page to page.
The knights of Cailen’s fiefdom were really fun, and it is shame that only few were able to make their presence really known in the book, because they were a bunch of fun and mischievous boys. But who knows maybe some of them will have their own story told?
I think Evan was really written well and the saying goes “never judge a book by its cover”.
This was really a fun book for me to read. I enjoyed it a lot more, because it didn’t have all the swearing and graphic sexual content that many books have nowadays, but I did enjoy the few steamy kiss scenes between our hero and heroine!!


**And On A Special Note:

The Wild Rose Press has released “Spirit of the Knight,” exclusively to Kindle Select, with an expected world-wide release date of July 9, 2014, in all ebook formats as well as print.

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