Sunday, July 28, 2013

Review ~ ONE HOT KNIGHT by Christy Gissendaner

Stupid curse!
Yves Sucat was a Crusader trapped in a canine body…until a beautiful twenty-first century dog groomer offered the missing link to break his spell. But Regina Patterson was no fluffy-headed female who would instantly melt at Yves' silvery seduction. The more time he spent with the tender-hearted blonde, the less he was able to keep his paws—hands!—off of her.
Regina was much more comfortable with dogs than men, and the stunningly handsome – stunningly male – knight who now shared her apartment was no exception. She’d hoped to find a man as loyal as the pooches she pampered day after day, but would Yves’s broken curse end with her own broken heart?
One Hot Knight is witty and humorous.  Some of the turn of events were predictable, but of course, I was caught off guard and didn’t expect anything.  Yves, oh my gosh, Yves had me at the first sentence, with “Stupid, curse!”  I could completely hear his proper English.  Regina is kind and sweet, but watch out for her temper when she really gets mad. The banter between these two is great.
This is the story of a nine hundred-year-old curse and a dog’s/man’s journey to find the one person to help him break the curse.  It’s a story of two kindred spirits who magically find each other in this crazy world.  I would have given the story a higher rating if it didn’t leave me with unanswered questions that I can’t mention in this review as they could give away the story.  I’ll also add that the ending though complete, seemed just a tad bit abrupt.  But overall, it was definitely worth my time to read this book.
Rating: 4
Release Date: July 22, 2013
Book Length: 149 pages
Source: Publisher ~ Entangled: Covet
Reviewed by: Kim
Reading Format: Available only in eBook

Purchase through:  Amazon

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  1. Thanks for sharing your review. I read the book also and I hope everyone enjoys it as much as I did. evamillien at gmail dot com

    1. Thank you for stopping by and saying that Eva...

      I loved the book... I just wish there was more of it. I seriously didn't want it to end.


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