A dying knight, the infamous Sir Maximilian, is saved by a curse. That curse makes him even more dangerous and he likes it. To him, a new life as a vampire is an appealing thing.
The man who turned him into this great, fearsome warrior tasks him to watch over and protect his mortal daughter, Nadia. But the beautiful Nadia puts Max's skills as a knight to the test, captures his heart, and bewitches him with eyes of emerald green. A power more potent than any magical curse.
Inspired by ballads of Robin Hood, Nadia is a bit too rebellious for her own good. And with a kind heart, she is much too trusting and forgiving for Max's peace of mind, because those attributes get her into a great deal of peril. Deadly creatures surround her - some of them are there to protect her and some want to lure her into a trap - and she has no idea.
But can a knight in shining armor heal a lady's heart when her love for the legend of Robin Hood is used against her?
©2015 Cheri Schmidt (P)2016 Cheri Schmidt
Fun escape from reality with a romantic read.
Getting to know their history.
His voice, oh his voice!!!
It was all fun and enjoyable!
Another great job Cheri!
Having fallen in love with Max and Nadia in the previous books in the series, I couldn't wait to get my hands on this final installment. Well let me tell you, it did not disappoint. They say not to judge a book by it's cover, but in this case you can. The cover is one of the most gorgeous I have ever seen and it's a story to match! You will be riveted from beginning to end. One of my favorite parts of listening to this book was Tristan Hunt's singing. Words cannot express what a delight it was to listen to! He went above and beyond with his performance of this book, though it helps that he had such a great story to work with!
This was a bit confusing to me but only because it was a bit of a flashback to Max and Nadia's past. It might have made a little more sense to me if this had been the first book in the series instead. Even though it fast-forwards at the and matches up with things that happened in the earlier books it was still just really jarring listening to this one after the other three. I was constantly pulled out of the story because I had to stop and try to remember first what they were talking about and whether it was before or after what had happened in the earlier books. Still it was very enjoyable and Tristan Hunt did an amazing job narrating.
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