Worse, it is host to a medieval festival! Before Reynald can begin to contemplate his fate, a stunning beauty comes to his rescue.
I once read this perhaps about 8 years ago when my sister had a big stash of paperback romance novels. Since then she has gotten rid of her books and for some reason I had the itch to want to find this book again and re-read it. It drove me batty trying to remember the name as all I could recall was the plot, the female characters name, and that she had a white shirt on on the cover. As my frustration grew, thinking I’ve never find out the title, someone from goodreads.com pops up from no where with the title for me and you’ll never imagine how tickled I was! I was forever grateful for their help.
As I re-read it, it was just like I remembered, perhaps a few details different but everything came rushing back to me. It is sort of a fast paced book since the Reynald and Amy get together rather quickly – I believe within 2 days of meeting but hey his time is short, he is only given a week to redo his task! I liked how he was very protective of Amy an always there to defend her.
My favorite moments is when Reynald destroys the dancing Santa with his sword for swinging his hips at him and how he always calls Amy “damsel”. I am so glad I was given the chance to relive and re-read this book.