Book Reviews of Midsummer's Knight (The Cavendish Chronicles, Bk 2) (Harlequin Historical, No 415)

Midsummer's Knight   (The Cavendish Chronicles, Bk 2)  (Harlequin Historical, No 415)
Midsummer's Knight - The Cavendish Chronicles, Bk 2 - Harlequin Historical, No 415
Author: Tori Phillips
ISBN-13: 9780373290154
ISBN-10: 0373290152
Publication Date: 5/1/1998
Pages: 296
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 16 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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Book 4 in a series. Lady Kathrine and Brandon each switch identities with their close friends so they can "secretly" check each other out. Of course it seems like they are then falling for the wrong one. When they start to find out what the other is upto it becomes- "Does he know that I know that he knows that I know...." Very funny
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Another charming love story by Tori Phillips. Historical romance in 16th century England.
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Playing at disguises with her betrothed, Lady Katherine Fitzhugh knew not which role she had embraced, for pretending to be her cousin in order to discover the true nature of the stranger she was bound to by royal decree was proving to be much more complicated than she had planned !
Only a fool entered marriage blindly, and Sir Brandon Cavendish was no one's fool. Yet disguised as his own best friend, he was now faced with a ticklish dilemma. For it was fast becoming clear that the woman he truly desired was not his simpering intended, but her strong-willed and passionate cousin !
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Playing at disguises with her betrothed, Lady Katherine knew not which role she had embraced, for pretending to be her cousin in order to discover the true nature of the stranger she was bound to marry by royal decree was priving to be more more complicated than she had planned. Sr Brandon Cavendish was no one's fool. Disguised as his own best friend, he was now faced with a dilemma - for it was fast becoming clear that the woman he truly desired was not his intended but her strong willed cousin!
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Playing at disguises with her betrothed, Lady Katherine knew not which role she had embraced, for pretending to be her cousin in order to discover the true nature of the stranger she was bound to marry by royal decree was priving to be more more complicated than she had planned. Sr Brandon Cavendish was no one's fool. Disguised as his own best friend, he was now faced with a dilemma - for it was fast becoming clear that the woman he truly desired was not his intended but her strong willed cousin!