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Forever Knight

A Thornton Brothers Time Travel Romance, Book 2
Narrated by: Kristina Blackstone
Length: 5 hrs and 56 mins
4 out of 5 stars (25 ratings)
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A tiny scrap of fabric sent her hurtling through time....

Elizabeth Smith was good at taking charge. Fixing what she believed was wrong with the world. And then she met a lazy knight with no desire to better himself.

A wager lost....

Before the rakes of the regency period, there was Robert Thornton, Lord Highworth. Content to spend his days drinking, wenching, and hunting, Robert cared not what happened in the world around him. Let his brothers see to war and fighting. Perhaps if he drank enough he could forget the faces of the dead.

Sparks ensue....

When Robert offers the strange lass up as the wager, Elizabeth vows to hate him forever. Wanting nothing to do with the lass with beguiling eyes, Robert doesn't know whether to kill her or kiss her....

©2016 Cynthia Luhrs (P)2018 Cynthia Luhrs

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Worst Scottish accent ever.

Boring story. The narrator cannot do a Scottish accent at all, and all of her English characters sound half asleep. I really struggled with this book.

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Narrator is awful

Not sure if I would’ve enjoyed this series more if there was a different reader. Each book is pretty much the same as the next. I kept hoping the writer would get better with the next book in the series but it never happened. Bummer.