Miriel, the youngest of three sisters,
comes across as being biddable and unassuming and she likes it
that way. While everyone thinks that she needs protection and
sheltering, Miriel has been deceiving everyone, her family
included. Trained in ancient martial arts by her maid,
Miriel’s life is anything but gentle. It seems that her alter
ego has been lining the coffers of the poor at the expense of
the rich and in turn, the wealthy are not pleased.
Rand is a mercenary soldier who has been
hired by a noble to ferret out the criminal called “The
Shadow” that had been preying on and stealing from the rich
nobility. His guise? Suitor to Lady Miriel of Rivenloch.
What starts out as a ruse, suddenly becomes more with just one
Knight’s Prize is the third
installment of Sarah McKerrigan’s saga of three warrior
sisters. Miriel is the epitome of womanhood, or so everyone
believes. Rand, a deadly hired killer has an agenda all of
his own. Coming across as a bumbling oaf, Rand’s desire for
Miriel is sensuous and just plain sexy. I stand in awe of
Miriel and found her completely enchanting. Laughing out loud
at their comedic antics, I couldn’t get enough of this couple
and hated when Knight’s Prize ended.
Full of life, laughter, and oftentimes
delightfully sensual love, Knight’s Prize
soothed my historical romance loving soul. I couldn’t have
asked for a better, more entertaining read.