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★★★★★

“A Restless Knight ”

Written on: 08/05/2006 by Harriet Klausner (18637 reviews written)

A Restless Knight

Deborah MacGillivray

Zebra, Jul 2006, $3.99

ISBN: 0821780360



In 1296 King Edward is frustrated and irate with the MacShane sisters who have eluded his demands for them to marry. Since they will not obey their monarch he sends his most trustworthy "dragons" to the Sacred Mists of Glen Shane hidden in the Scotland Highlands. Julian the Black Dragon and his two brothers, Sir Guillaume and Sir Simon, are bone weary after years of seemingly non-stop fighting. Each seeks domestic tranquility and serenity but know that filling Edward's coffers will never end so they willingly accept his Highness' offer to wed the MacShane siblings.



Edward assigns Sir Julian to wed Tamlyn and take charge of her estate Glenrogha. Though she loathes Edward and would cherish saying no to his agent, Tamlyn has the gift and realizes she and Julian are tied together and besides she saw what he saw at the bloody battle of Berwyn. She acquiesces to Julian's demands for the sake of her people, but he soon realizes that is not enough at least for him. He needs her as his loving wife and partner sharing the bond of dragonmasters.



A RESTLESS KNIGHT is a beguiling Highland romantic fantasy. The storyline uses fae magical elements to enhance the strong historical plot. Her touch enables Tamlyn to see the horror that eats at her soulmate's heart and consequently hers. Still this bewitching protagonist knows she must keep her people's welfare first before any personal happiness. Fans will enjoy this delightful pairing of two spirited dragons whose love for one another refreshes the Scottish Highland historical romantic landscape.



Harriet Klausner

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