Book Review: The Knight's Convenient Alliance by Melissa Oliver.

I have thoroughly enjoyed each book in The Notorious Knights series by Melissa Oliver and after reading the last one, The Return of Her Lost Knight, I was hoping that we would get Tom and Brida's story. Not long after I shared my review saying just that did Melissa get in touch delivering exactly what I'd hoped for! Thank you Melissa! 

The Blurb.

The only man who’s tempted her…

Now poses as her husband!

When an injured knight arrives on Brida O’Conaill’s doorstep, the village assumes he’s her long-lost husband. But her only previous connection to Sir Thomas Lovent was an intense shared moment at a tournament years ago. Brida maintains the pretence while she nurses him, yet once he’s back to full, virile health, she cannot reveal Thomas is not her husband – or that she’s unmarried! – when everyone is expecting them to act like man and wife…

My Review.

Once again Melissa delivered on a wonderful story with writing that makes her books so easy to settle into and follow. I love the fact that I knew Tom and Brida and a little about their friendship, after all like I said, in the last book Melissa gave me enough to make me feel like I really wanted to see more of them. I love it when authors do that! 

I enjoy stories when people get thrown into situations and sparks fly, which was the case here when Tom showed up on Brida's doorstep after years of not seeing each other. Their teasing and easy going manner with one another drew me in and definitely had me rooting for them both. In addition to people being thrown into situations, I love travel stories and people making their way across lands on long journeys. There's something about them that makes me tuck my feet up further and relax into my couch, almost like I'm on the journey with the characters. I think it's because I like seeing how they interact when it's just them out in the wild and also seeing how they set up for the night. I'm in a very camping mood lately and just want a trip sleeping under the stars, so reading about it in books is fun! 

Tom and Brida were two lovely characters who I loved from the first time I met them. Their own story only further amplified that. They were both strong, resilient and resourceful, with kind hearts and not too serious natures, especially when it came to being around each other. I'm happy with how their story turned out!! :)

If you're looking for fantastic writing full of romance, good humour and adventure, I'd highly recommend The Knight's Convenient Alliance and don't forget to check out the rest of the series too!!!

Happy Reading!

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