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About the Author :
Melissa Oliver is from south-west London where she writes historical romance novels. She lives with her lovely husband and three daughters, who share her passion for decrepit, old castles, grand palaces and all things historical. She is the winner of The Romantic Novelists’ Association’s Joan Hessayon Award for new writers in 2020 for her debut, The Rebel Heiress and the Knight. When she’s not writing she loves to travel, paint and visit museums & art galleries.
Her second chance
With her lost love…
To avoid a forced marriage, Lady Gwenllian plans to escape to a convent. She couldn’t possibly honor another when her heart still belongs to Ralph de Kinnerton, the man she had to betray to save his life—only to hear of his death shortly after. So how is it possible he’s here at this knight’s tournament? Now the pull of their unfinished past forces Gwen to question the choice she’d made for her future…
How I do love Mills & Boon / Harlequin Historical novels as they’re what you call ‘my guilty pleasure’ and I’m always galloping through the pages.
‘The Return of Her Lost Knight’ by Melissa Oliver isn’t an exception as from page one I was immediately intrigued.
The characters are very well depicted, every conversation rings through of the era and let not forget, there’s humor and a nice amount of smoldering attraction.
Moreover, it was also great to meet some people from the previous installments in this series as it’s always great to see some old friends again.
If the main characters, Ralph and Gwen, get what they really want I let you discover for yourself as after all I don’t want to spoil your fun and I promise you won’t regret it.
Can’t really say nothing more than that I absolutely enjoyed every minute of this book and I can’t wait to read other books from Melissa Oliver.
The Magic of Wor(l)ds