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5.0 out of 5 starsYes yes yes!
Reviewed in the United States on November 28, 2015
It was awesome, funny, heartbreaking, romantic, adventurous and well written. I'm not a cat person but I really loved Wonder, a very singular cat. It was so special to me that Virago and Holly came back in this story. Virago has a special place in my heart and together with Attis, they are my amazing knights. I missed Virago and Holly and I was quite happy to see them back. I loved all the interaction between the knights, their humor, their chivalry and I wish I could live in Agrotera, Arktos. It's a great place for us, women. I absolutely enjoyed this one and please Bridget, give us a follow up. I can honestly say to anyone that if you read this you'll come to love it.
Reviewed in the United States on November 28, 2015
There is a book ahead of this one, which I have not read, but it is not necessary to do so in order to enjoy this book - it is a stand alone novel.
I found this book quite enjoyable with it's marvelous mix of women knights and magic that take place in another world, which the heroine arrives in through a portal she never knew was there. She is quite lucky to run into Attis, a brave and beautiful knight who takes her under her wing.
I was delighted with all the unexpected creatures and happenings in this other world. The book moves at an excellent pace, the story is easy to follow and the characters are well defined. I would certainly recommend it.
5.0 out of 5 starsAnother great story by Bridget Essex!
Reviewed in the United States on April 3, 2015
I agree with other commentaries: It's better if you read this book AFTER "A Knight to Remember". Trust me, you'll go like "oh, so THAT'S why!" Now, regarding this specific book, I really liked it! The story is fluid, and entertaining. It's also well written, and all characters have an interesting background. It took me one day to finish reading it, but it was basically because I couldn't put it down! Hahaha, I may even say I feel a little envious of the protagonist: who wouldn't like to find a beautiful and charming lady-knight? Excellent book, excellent read, I definitely recommend it ;)
Every now and again I get in a mood to just read something different from the things that I usually like. Though this is a completely fantastical novel, it is still an enjoyable read with engaging, strong characters, and moments of true humor. Reading this novel, I caught myself laughing out loud numerous times. I noticed a few spelling and grammatical errors scattered throughout the book, but not overly bad. I had taken a break from reading lesbian romance for a while, but Bridget Essex has managed to pull me back in full force with the Knight series.
4.0 out of 5 starsI enjoyed this one more since it was set in the ...
Reviewed in the United States on February 16, 2015
The next book set in the A Knight to Remember universe. I enjoyed this one more since it was set in the fantasy world of Agrotera, it was interesting learning more about the world Attis and Virago are from. We also get to learn more about the knights and the kingdom of Arktos. It's also nice to see Virago and Holy make an appearance. If I had to find a flaw in the book, it's that all the women seem to be supermodels, which to most probably is not be a big deal. Overall a fun book and I hope there will be others in this series.
Reviewed in the United States on September 7, 2015
I love the knight stories! However this being a stand alone I am not so sure. Too much from the previous book ties into this one. The beast, Virago, Carly... it just may give away too much of the previous had readers not read A Knight To Remember first. Also, the ending happens a bit too quickly for me. The whole story keeps you so captivated then it ends so suddenly. And what did Carly want to talk to Josie about?? All in all I am loving this series and can't wait for more.
I love this story to bits. I've always enjoyed Yankee in King Arthur's Court type stories, where the fish out of water tries to survive without the comforts of modern technology. The focus of this tale, however, is Josie's growth from skeptical and snarky to believing in things beyond her world. And of course, falling in love with someone she can't expect to keep.
I enjoyed the journey Josie and Attis go through, the book keeps a good pace with the different events. A+ will read again.
Reviewed in the United States on November 10, 2017
I like Bridget Essex a lot. I have yet to be disappointed in one of her books and I especially like this series. The only problem I have with this series is that I'm waiting for the latest book to be available on audio.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 10, 2015
If you think "A Knight to Remember" was good well this book is even better.
The characters have got a far bigger back-story. You can tell that the author enjoyed writing this book as there is more to work on. Imagine being a girl in the 21st Century suddenly finding yourself in a land of Knights horses and no mobile phones or WIFI. This is a fascinating story and you also meet the main characters from her first book. This book can either be read as a stand alone or as part of this Knight series. I would suggest that if you want to know about Holly and Virago I would suggest you read A Knight to Remember.
This is not just a straight forward love story you have a lot of lovable knight, a cat and a Silver Bear.
This is a lovely way of showing you that if you want you can change your life but the decision is all yours.
This is the second book in Bridget Essex's "Knight" series. We start the story with a Josie, a shock jock DJ from Boston's public radio station. When the grant is pulled that funds the radio and television station, Josie and Carly (an unlikely pair who as a rule don't like each other) are asked by the station manager to approach the funding body to try to convince them to continue their funding.
The story continues as we follow Josie into an almost dream like world as she falls through a portal in her basement that takes her to . Here she meets Attis, a lady knight who says she knows someone who can help get her back to her world. Attis has a darkened past but Josie is falling for her and wants to find out why this beautiful red head has such troubles.
We go through all the ups and downs as we follow their love story through Jodie's thoughts on falling in love with a woman from another world. And find out what it is that is so captivating about these lady knights.
I love the way Bridget Essex writes her stories. There is so much feeling and passion to them and I can really feel the way she has thought out the process of the story she is presenting to the reader. Her writing flows nicely and I found very few grammatical errors in this book and I think this novel keeps a good pace to keep the reader wanting to turn the pages. At a little over 300 pages it is a good length and at just $7.99AU it is a fair price to pay for the quality of the book. If you haven't read "A Knight to remember", then I suggest getting that first but this one is definitely worth picking up after that. 5 stars for you Bridget on a job well done.
I already like "A knight to remember", but I fell in love with this "sequel". The main character (Josie) is funny, witty and has this kind of dry humor that cracked me up more than once and I found myself laughing ot loud. The setup is similar to "A knight to remember". A portal to another world opens but instead of someone falling out of it, in this story Josie falls into it and finds herself not only in a strange and unknown universe, but also on top of a female warrior named Attis. Not only does she need to adjust to the unfamiliar surroundings (and her feelings), but also trying to find a way back into her own way. A very entertaining read.
Josie is a loner still getting over the death of her sister which she caused but can't forgive herself. When she falls through a Portal to another world she meets the Knight Attis or rather she falls on the Knight. They journey together to the next big City and the Star Festival. It's a journey of becoming a better person, live the adventurous life and falling in love... a story Bridget Essex writes best. If you loved A Knight to remember you will love Forever and a Knight. Watch for the falling Stars. :)