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Sunday, November 27, 2011

Review – The Ever Knight By Georgia Fox

The Ever Knight

Title:  The Ever Knight

Author:  Georgia Fox

Publisher:  Evernight Publishing

Buy link: Buy The Ever Knight Here!

Rating:  You Want To Read

Reviewed by:  Donna Bryant


The Conquerors Series

A Saxon Thane’s daughter, born with mystical healing strength, must choose between two lusty Norman knights, half-brothers, each intent on claiming her for their own.  One man has claimed her dowry; the other has claimed her virginity.  One man is dying of a battle wound and the other has scars that can’t be seen by the naked eye.  Both brothers need her healing touch.  Both brothers need her.

And she needs them.
Jisella always knew that one day her Ever Knight would arrive – the soul she’s loved since time began.  Yet he’s taken a long time to find her in this life and now she’s not sure which of these handsome Knights is the one for whom she’s waited. 
The brothers are all too happy to compete for their lady’s favors.  Perhaps there is only one fair decision.  Perhaps she can have both, if they might be persuaded to share.

Be Warned: menage a trois romance, menage sex, anal sex.


A short but entertaining tale of a damsel in distress being rescued by strong, handsome knights - minus the shining armor.  Jisella has been locked away in a convent for years, waiting for her father to trade her for power and position.  Finally, after all these years, her husband-to-be has arrived.  But he's a day late and his brother has already claimed her most prized possession. 

Ms. Fox has written an amusing tale of passion and need in The Ever Knight.  The characters were entertaining, but the story was a little too short to have much of a true plot.  While there were a few minor grammatical errors, overall the story was well written and made for an enjoyable read.

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