Black Knight - Lynn Raye Harris

Black Knight

By Lynn Raye Harris

  • Release Date: 2021-05-11
  • Genre: Suspense
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 98 Ratings

Description

She doesn’t know who she is… or why someone’s trying to kill her.

When hardened mercenary Jared Fraser finds a woman bleeding in the snow outside his remote cabin, he takes her in and patches her up, intending to get her back to her life and out of his as quickly as possible.

But Liberty King is a special case. She shows signs of recent abuse, and she can’t remember who she is - the only hint is a necklace with a name engraved on it.

When three men track her down with hunting dogs, Jared will do whatever it takes to protect her. Then he’ll move mountains to find out what’s locked away inside her head. What he won’t do is fall for her, no matter how much her innocent eyes and sweet smile make him want more.

But when a new danger strikes, Jared realizes that some choices were never his to make…

She needs a knight in shining armor. He is one.

**Start reading the Black’s Bandits Series today and enjoy an action-packed, seriously romantic and steamy-good-fun military romantic suspense. Each book can be read as a standalone. No cliffhangers or cheating and a guaranteed happily-ever-after ending!

Reviews

  • Amnesia, mayhem, kidnapping, and, of course, hunky men

    5
    By charlligirl
    It's been awhile since I have had a 5 star book, but this one delivers. There's amnesia, mayhem, kidnapping, and, of course, hunky men. What's a girl supposed to do when she can't even remember her name? Go home with a strange guy, of course. And that is how Jared and Libby meet. Fast forward to the ending and we have them fighting the bad guys, with the help of the other Bandits, and winning (obviously). And let's throw in there a snippet of Calypso. How could you go wrong? I found myself continuing to read because I wanted to know what happened next. It's been awhile since a book has had me this involved in the story that I could not put it down. Well done, Ms Harris.
  • Devoured it

    5
    By Kittythief
    Well, Lynn Raye Harris has done it again. Another book that I didn’t want to put down. I absolutely loved Jared and Libby. There was just something about them that I adored. Libby tends to chatter (even when she doesn’t remember anything about herself), and Jared is more on the quiet side. It's not off-putting, it makes her feel more real, and Jared comes to love it about her. There are some little moments that had me laughing out loud because of the references. Absolutely awesome. Those epilogues are just 😍😍