Thursday, December 9, 2010

Review: Knight of Glory by Nicole Zoltack

Knight of Glory by Nicole Zoltack (Kingdom of Arnhem, #2)

Publisher: Desert Breeze Publishing
Genre: Fantasy Romance

Heat Rating: 1



Sir Geoffrey, along with some companions, has been sent away from Arnhem, entrusted by Queen Aislinn for a special mission, and has to leave behind the mysterious lady Celestia. On his journey, he uncovers seeds of a sinister plot, learns a horrible secret, and makes a new friend in exile Jenanna.

Their mission completed, Geoffrey and his companions rush to two different kingdoms to ask for aid. Danger and betrayal lurks around every corner, and even allies have secrets that could prove deadly. Geoffrey's feelings for Celestia grow and wane. After learning some of Celestia's secrets, he begins to have second thoughts about his love for her and is even drawn to Jenanna

Rumors abound that the Speicans have enlisted a mage of their own, to work unspeakable, forbidden magic. The war between Speica and Arnhem has just begun. Will Geoffrey survive the battle to live another day and discover which woman he truly loves?

Clare's Review

This book picks up where book one ends. It focuses on Geoffrey and the part he plays in the war. Two women play a large part – Celestia, who is not all she seems, and Jenanna, an exil from her own land. War is on Arnhem’s doorstep, yet Queen Aislinn sends Geoffrey on a mission seemingly unconnected to it. It’s not long before he finds himself caught up in battle for Queen, country and for love itself.

An engaging read, with many battle scenes, this book is sure to grab your attention and plunge you into a country where alliances must be formed where even trust is a rare commodity.

4 Tea Cups!

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