Introducing New Romance Release “Knight’s Desire” by Elizabeth Taylor George

All that stands between Sir Judson Langley and his chance to inherit Cresswell Castle is the truth, and a beautiful young serving woman with a secret. . .

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Judson Langley yearns for lands of his own. Sent to Cresswell Castle by Lady Emily Goodfife to prove her great-granddaughter is alive, Judson is torn between greed and his obligation to Lady Emily.If he proves the girl, Arian Goodfife, is dead, he stands to inherit Cresswell. Judson expects to encounter the castellan’s hostility, but not the loss of his heart to an enchanting serving girl. How could he know that the secret she hides threatens to tear all his dreams asunder?

Arian Goodfife, rightful heiress of Cresswell, lives in the shadows, dirty and wretched. After her mother’s suicide, her cruel stepfather claimed to all that Arian died in a fire. Her identity stripped away, she trusts no one. Driven by the desire to regain Cresswell, she vows to depose her stepfather. Then a dark, handsome knight named Judson arrives, making another claim on her lands. Though he touches a place in her heart she thought had turned to stone, Arian realizes the peril she would face were Judson to discover her true identity. Is Judson an angel or a devil? Only a miracle of love will answer her question.

Review

‘Knight’s Desire’ is a historical romance which reads with a hint of Romeo and Juliet, and a splash of the legends of Arthur. . . Readers can rest assured that Elizabeth Taylor George knows her stuff.

The further into the novel, the more it invites you in. The twists and sub-plots are so frequent, but remain unexpected. . . it works to inject more agonizing suspense.

The book is so addictive I couldn’t put it down. A very enjoyable novel and I highly recommend others give it a try.

                                                                                                           – Gemma Feltham

AVAILABLE AT AMAZON, KOBO, BARNES & NOBLE, and ALL ROMANCE eBOOKS!

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