Knight's Captive

Knight s Captive Queen Elizabeth sits on England s throne A once Catholic country is now ruled by a Protestant Queen In a time of fear turmoil and bold deeds many heroes are seldom written into historyAfter aiding i

  • Title: Knight's Captive
  • Author: Samantha Holt
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 132
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Queen Elizabeth sits on England s throne A once Catholic country is now ruled by a Protestant Queen In a time of fear, turmoil and bold deeds, many heroes are seldom written into historyAfter aiding in the capture of the flagship Rosario and helping to defeat the Spanish Armada, Sir Henry Bainbridge is set to make his mark on the world and strengthen his position as mQueen Elizabeth sits on England s throne A once Catholic country is now ruled by a Protestant Queen In a time of fear, turmoil and bold deeds, many heroes are seldom written into historyAfter aiding in the capture of the flagship Rosario and helping to defeat the Spanish Armada, Sir Henry Bainbridge is set to make his mark on the world and strengthen his position as man of authority Now in charge of the Spanish prisoners, Henry must negotiate their return to Spain and manage the care of his people.However, when he comes across a woman amongst the survivors, his future plans are put on hold The exotic beauty draws him in and his honour will not let him doing anything other than protect her Henry takes her into his home and places her under house arrest He can only hope his principles are enough to protect her from his desiresIn a time when small differences spark fear into the heart of many, Antonia finds herself drawn into a battle between a zealous priest, a discontented population and the most honourable man she s ever met Nothing can ever come of their attraction, not while he s holding her father prisoner and not when so many differences divide them.Or can it

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    1. The book that ended my 2015 Reading Challange of 222 books. AND I still have over a month and a half left of this year to read a few more.This had a good beginning: the taking of the Spanish Galleon, the explosion that was sinking the ship, Henry’s race to get the prisoners from below decks, his and Antonia’s time in the water waiting to be rescued. Then there was the insane bad guy, always stirring up trouble. But, as usual, his mistake was taking her from Henry. There was some really good [...]

    2. This book made me write my first review let other people know not to waste any time on it. After reading other reviews I was hoping for more but this book was very boring ,cliche situation and not even funny. Had to skim to the end and basically took me less than one hour read my opinion it worth even less .I won't bother reading more of this author

    3. Title: KNIGHT’S CAPTIVESeries: N/ACategory /Genre: Historical RomanceRecommended for: 18+ due to sexual contentReceived from: Samantha Holt (in exchange for an honest review)Grammar/editing: ungraded / unedited ARCThis is a stand-alone story (not part of a series).Samantha Holt never fails in bringing a good story to life. KNIGHT’S CAPTIVE is no different. A beautiful love story set in the midst of a time of English and Spanish turbulence, The Anglo-Spanish War (1585-1604). It was endearing [...]

    4. When Henry Bainbridge first sets his eyes on Antonia, danger surrounds them. The year is 1588 and England has a Protestant Queen and the Spanish Armada is attacking the country. Henry and his crew have sunk the Spanish ship, Rosario, and captured the Captain and his crew. Antonia is the Captain's daughter and now his prisoner. She is beautiful and troubled. Henry is a man of honor but he desires her. Can these two enemies forge a relationship? I love these two. They are perfect for each other. B [...]

    5. Sweet sweet surrenderFrom the title, one might expect a bit of stress and tension between the characters, but a majority of the stress is from other, frankly more powerful forces.The struggle elements of this tale are wonderfully developed, and the love story follows logically. The ending could have been a little less sudden, but the principal actors were finished.This is a tale that could go on and on.

    6. This has been on my Kindle for forever and I'm glad that it turned out to not be what I was expecting? Knight's Captive is considerably lighter for a book that has a heroine captured during a war. Also the hero turned out to be a good dude which for some reason I wasn't expecting. Blame the history books I've read at school, I guess.

    7. Truly enjoyedThis was a pretty good book. There are some unfortunate typographical errors which m as keep it difficult to understand at times, though. The plot is great and the characters are well developed and couldn't help but like them as the story went along. Would recommend to another.

    8. I got about 22% through the book when I decided not to finish it. The writing felt awkward. It didn't pull me in. Since it was a Kindle Unlimited, I decided to send it back.When I dnf a book, I don't rate it because it doesn't seem fair. It may have picked up later but I didn't give it a chance.

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