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Tender is the Knight
Tender is the Knight
Author: Jackie Ivie
ISBN-13: 9780821778098
ISBN-10: 0821778099
Publication Date: 12/1/2005
Pages: 352
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.

3.7 stars, based on 35 ratings
Publisher: Zebra Books
Book Type: Paperback
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The HUNK on the cover was enough to make me try this book. (I don't usually do historicals). THOSE EYES! The story was "verra" good for all you who are hot for those men in kilts!

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Beautiful and elegant, Elise, the Duchess of Wynd, has survived among the nobility by carefully cultivating a facade of cutting wit and heartlessness. Nothing ruffles her. And no man can break through her defenses...


A fierce Scottish warrior, Colin is the new Duke of MacGowan and - in polite circles - looked upon as no better than a barbarian. Nevertheless, he is a lord who brooks no defiance...and holds no rein on his pleasures...


Colin's very presence ties Elise's sharp tongue: She is all to aware that he could be the answer to her prayers - or her worst nightmare. For Elise harbors secrets that could change the course of both their lives. But before she can reveal them, she must make the wild knight her own...
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I only scanned this bk. The author's writing style did not really appeal to me.
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Tender Is The Knight by Jackie Ivie

Elise the Duchess of Wynd sold by her father at 15 and widowed on her wedding night, She has become the "Ice Goddess".

Colin is the new Duke of McGowan has been in India for years, and is called home to Be the new Duke after his brother dies. One thing of his brothers that he doesn't want is his betrothed, so he sets of to London to find his own bride.

The story is set in 19th-century London and the wilds of the Scottish Highlands. She has a secret, her nephew born of her deceased unmarried sister and Colin's dead bother.
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