Her Dark Knight’s Redemption by Nicole Locke

Her Dark Knight’s Redemption by Nicole Locke is the eight and last book in the Lovers and Legends series. I was looking forward to this book, as Reynold of Warstone appeared in two other books and he looked very interesting. The story is a bit strange, in which he saves a homeless girl, Aliette, from being punished for stealing. He employs her to care for his child, but she has to say it’s her own. It seems too much, so I took half of star off for this.

Her Dark Knight's Redemption by Nicole Locke

Otherwise, the book is nice, I’ve enjoyed reading it. Unfortunately I think the first books in the series were more dark and interesting. Overall I’m happy I discovered this author and I enjoyed most of her books (DNF one of them). It’s a shame because could have been so much better if another explanation was given for why he had to lie about his paternity. Also, I think the situation with her friends could have been handled more realistic.

Lovers and Legends Series:
The Knight’s Broken Promise
Her Enemy Highlander
The Highland Laird’s Bride
In Debt to the Enemy Lord
The Knight’s Scarred Maiden
Her Christmas Knight – DNF
Reclaimed by the Knight
Her Dark Knight’s Redemption

Her Dark Knight’s Redemption by Nicole Locke

Details about the picture: I got this gorgeous tartan scarf in a holiday in Scotland. I will use it as props for all the books in this series.
My rating: 4.5/5 Stars
Would I recommend it: yes
Published by: Mills & Boon
Year it was published: 2019
Format: Paperback
Genre(s): Fiction
Pages: 362

About the author: Nicole discovered her first romance novel in a closet, where her grandmother, the godmother in the romance black market, was hiding hundreds. Knowing her grandmother wouldn’t approve, Nicole hid in the closet to read them. It was only a matter of time before she was found out and given an offer she couldn’t refuse: enjoy them, but out in the living room please. Oh, and if she could go to the store and get a few more…. A few more? Nicole got two jobs.
She stopped reading romances at university, but she discovered them again when, at work, where another black market book swap occurred. Instead of swapping for another forgettable book, Nicole chose a romance (which she still reads). Now she writes romances too.
Website & Social Media Links: nicolelocke

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

CommentLuv badge

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.