A Knight in Shining Armor (Montgomery Saga, #16)
Abandoned by a cruel fate, lovely, thoroughly modern Dougless Montgomery lay weeping upon a cold tombstone in an English church. Suddenly, as if in answer to her prayers, the most extraordinary man appeared. He was Nicholas Stafford, Earl of Thornwyck...and according to his tombstone he had died... show more
Abandoned by a cruel fate, lovely, thoroughly modern Dougless Montgomery lay weeping upon a cold tombstone in an English church. Suddenly, as if in answer to her prayers, the most extraordinary man appeared. He was Nicholas Stafford, Earl of Thornwyck...and according to his tombstone he had died in1564. Tall, broad of shoulder, attired in gleaming silver and gold, he was magnificent. Drawn to his side by a bond so sudden and compelling it overshadowed reason, Dougless knew that Nicholas was nothing less than a miracle: a man who would not seek to change her, who found her perfect, fascinating, just as she was. Yet she could not imagine how strong were the chains that tied them to the past...or the grand adventure that lay before them....
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: June 1st 1990
Publisher: Pocket Books
Pages no: 359
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction
, Historical Fiction
, Paranormal Romance
, Historical Romance
, Contemporary Romance
, Time Travel
, Time Travel Romance
Series: Montgomery/Taggart 3 (#15)
Time doesn't matter. Love endures.This sweet time travel story reminded me of[b:Kiss of the Highlander|112754|Kiss of the Highlander (Highlander, #4)|Karen Marie Moning|https://d202m5krfqbpi5.cloudfront.net/books/1320541979s/112754.jpg|2746769] and[b:Fantastical|13005310|Fantastical (Fantasyland, #3...
A classic, but I read this in 2013, and so the contemporary (mid-'80s) part reads like history to me (blue eyeshadow? Curlers? Skinny jeans?). I preferred the medieval parts, especially the many careful details contrasting both the physical aspects--mud, blackened teeth, danger to women--and social ...
I read this when it first came out and have the hardback. To this day it is still one of my favorite romance novels. I love Jude Deveraux and this book seemed to be a culmination of intense research on the Elizabethan era as well as her decision to try some creative time-traveling in her books. So r...