Tempting The Knight (Little Thing Series Book 4) Kindle Edition
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After his wives died in childbirth the hero says he will never have physical relations with his next wife. He has to rescue his ward from a convent after learning she is being horribly mistreated.
The heroine is a spunky girl, and she has deep feelings for the hero.
So now the hero is thinking of marrying again. Our little heroine corners him in his cottage, where he has kept himself away from her to avoid any impropriety. She ties him to his bed and forces him to vow to marry her.
After that it is simply a tale of their physical relations, and his finally succumbing to consummating their marriage.
The characters weren't all that interesting, but if the reader wants a quick afternoon thrill, this one might do it. I doubt it is one they will read again.
To be honest, I was surprised that I liked this book. It was a historical novel. I prefer contemporary and paranormal books. The hero was not
possessive or jealous alpha male who pursues the heroine because he feels like he has to be with her, which is always my preference. Rather here it was the opposite. Remy talks to the Lisette about her marrying other men and considers it but she didn't want the candidates he suggested. Remy was already married twice himself and was considering getting married again until the bride to be rejected the idea. He did not chase her but rather avoided her Remy sent the heroine away to convent until she got kicked out and he would send her to another one. The only reason that they came together was because Lisette forced the issue by tying him to a bed and he was drunk. So why did I like it? I have no idea but I did. The only thing that I did not like was the ending. It felt too abrupt and unfinished.