Book Review: Reclaimed by Her Rebel Knight by Jenni Fletcher.

This gorgeous little book has followed me around for the past few days - see above photo for evidence - where I enjoyed a lovely sunny/slightly breezy afternoon at the park sat reading a couple of chapters. It's been a great source of comfort and delight and I've simply adored having it with me. Thank you so much Jenni for sending me a copy! 

The Blurb.

Married to a perfect stranger
Reunited with her warrior husband
When Constance inherited her father’s lands she had no choice but to marry cold-hearted Matthew Wintour. He left her for the battlefield without even a wedding night. Five years later Matthew has returned—a valiant knight! But Constance is no longer a frightened girl. And this time she must reach out to discover the honourable man behind the armour and what pleasures await them in the marriage bed…

My Review.

Reading 'Reclaimed by Her Rebel Knight' felt like I was wrapped in a warm blanket, which was quite fitting if you think about it; it's officially Autumn, it's getting a little chillier out and we all need something to keep us extra toasty. Not to mention the cover itself boasts the beautiful colours of this cosy season. I was winning right from the start really wasn't I? :)  

Hand on my heart I can honestly say that there wasn't one thing I disliked about this book. In fact, it feels strange that I've finished it. I'm trying to think of the best way to describe it. You know when people judge food or talk about food? Bare with me now - and they say things like "It went down so smooth." That's kind of like how this book was to read. It was so pleasant, so unbelievably lovely and so smooth to read. Everything fit, everything flowed seamlessly and the characters and their story was so beautiful that the whole thing felt so easy to read. It seems to have gone so fast because of this and I genuinely miss it so much already!

I fell in love with Matthew straight away, before he even said anything and before he and Constance even met, there was something about him that I was instantly drawn too. As the story progressed, I only ended up loving him more and more. He was always himself, which was the same about Constance. They both had strong characters and fit well together, but neither of them compromised who they were as people. It was done in such a sweet way that I felt like I really connected to and got to know both of them inside out. Matthew was protective, kind, smart and brooding and Constance was loving, clever and very thoughtful. Once they got to know each other and started to mean something to each other, they stuck together and worked things out no matter what problems came their way. I loved this.

'Reclaimed by Her Rebel Knight' is full of suspense, charm, love and friendship and I highly, highly recommend you pick up a copy today!

Happy Reading!

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