Intertwined by life, destined by love, torn by their very natures…
Since birth Lady Ginevra has been betrothed to Lord Wolfram, second son to the Count of Whetshire. There was never any question as to whom she would marry or who she would be. Life has been mapped out for her and she’s going to live happily ever after as a Countess. However, there is one complication to her plans. Her rogue of a future husband isn’t taking to their life together with open arms. In fact, he seems to enjoy finding reasons to put the nuptials off.
WARNING: This book spans the course of decades and deals with marital issues arising from an arranged political marriage between two (practically) strangers that have to come to love each other, and may be sensitive to some readers.
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Publisher: The Raven Books LLC
Faith V. Smith on RT BOOKreviews wrote:
"5 HEARTS! Ms. Pillow succeeded in bringing her words to life. This book breathes, screams, and compels you to finish it. This is a spectacular Epic story about love growing in spite of everything a love separated by duty, age, time and the very natures of Wolfe and Gin. This story captures your attention until you can no longer remember that Gin and Wolfe are characters instead of living souls. Awesome, do not miss!"
Candy on Ecataromance wrote:
"Pillow puts a lot of action in a small amount of space, but the ultimate result is a wonderful blend of conflict and love."
Reviewer on Romance Junkies wrote:
"4 1/2 Stars! ...a beautifully crafted story."
Valerie on Love Romances wrote:
"4 Blue Ribbons! An entertaining read. Once again, Ms. Pillow doesn't disappoint."
"4 HEARTS! Michelle M. Pillow knows how to write a truly exciting, flourishing and romantic historical."
Note from the Author
How many of you know when I started my career I completely intended to be a historical romance author? I honestly thought that was all I would ever write. I even went to college to study history. I loved the creating worlds within the set rules of past societies.
My goal with historicals was to keep the characters realistic to the time they lived, within the world they lived. I'll be honest, for this reason, Emerald Knight isn't your typical modern romance. I didn't want it to be. These people did not live in our world.
I also wanted the challenge of dealing with a couple who had no choice in their futures. They were betrothed at birth before they even knew what marriage was. This book spans the course of decades and deals with marital issues arising from an arranged political marriage between two (practically) strangers that have to come to love each other, and may be sensitive to some readers.
I know many of you love a variety of books, and I hope you give it a try. The writing style is close to the award winning Maiden and the Monster as they were originally written in the same time period. The book first published in 2005.
There is also an audio version of this book for the audio fans. Plus, check out the brand new cover!
If you get a chance to read it, I'd love to hear your thoughts. Be sure to leave a review and email me a link! I love using reader reviews on my website!