Lady Adela Macleod has no luck at the
altar. She was abducted from her first wedding. Then her
husband died an hour after their second one. Tired of getting
advice from everyone and seeking some quiet time, she goes to
the roof of the castle where she comes across a man, well
actually the voice of a man, who offers her solace. She
doesnít know who the man is, but she knows that she is drawn
to him, and that she appreciates his words.
Sir Robert Logan is a Templar Knight. He
left his family after a fight with them many years ago. Now he
has returned, and his family has been killed. He knows that
they are dead because of a secret that he is privy to. A
secret that might lead to treasure.
When Adela is accused of murdering her
husband, Rob steps in to defend her. He knows that she is in
danger from people who want to steal the treasure, and the
Scottish crown. Together, they must work to thwart the danger,
and find love at the same time.
Knightís Treasure is an
interesting blend of history, suspense and love. Particularly
fascinating for me was the bond between Adela and Rob. Their
love was genuine and heartfelt and it warmed my heart to watch
it grow, and to see them together. Also fascinating to me was
Ms. Scottís use of history, and the way she wove it into the
Lovers of historical fiction canít go
wrong with Knightís Treasure.