Item description for The Knight and the Dove (Kensington Chronicles, Book 4) by Lori Wick...
Overview When the king commands Braken to marry, high-spirited Megan is chosen to fulfill the edict. Unskilled in the ways of love, Braken finds Megan captivating, yet cannot seem to voice his feelings until he almost loses her forever.
Lori Wick's bestselling series The Kensington Chronicles (more than 375,000 copies sold) has a fresh, new look sure to please her longtime fans and draw a new generation of readers. Set in the 1800s, this series captures the adventure, wealth, and romance of the British empire.
When the king commands Bracken to marry, high-spirited Megan is chosen to fulfill the edict. Unskilled in the ways of love, Bracken finds Megan captivating, yet cannot seem to voice his feelings until he almost loses her forever.
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Studio: Harvest House Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.52" Width: 5.56" Height: 0.9" Weight: 0.7 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2014
Publisher Harvest House Publishers
Series Kensington Chronicles
Series Number 4
ISBN 0736913246 ISBN13 9780736913249
Availability 0 units.
More About Lori Wick
Lori Wick is the bestselling author of more than 30 books (nearly 5 million copies sold), including the popular Rocky Mountain Memories Series, the Yellow Rose Trilogy, and stand-alone novels such as Pretense, The Princess, and Bamboo and Lace. Lori lives in Wisconsin with her husband, Bob, and their three children.
Lori Wick currently resides in the state of Wisconsin.
Reviews - What do customers think about The Knight and the Dove (Kensington Chronicles, Book 4)?
a keeper Nov 12, 2006
Definitely one to place on the 'keeper' shelf! This is a very moving story with the potential to sweep you away to a completely different place and time. I have re-read it so often I might have memorized it by now.
Great historical Jun 18, 2006
I'm not usually into medieval historicals...mainly because I'm a medieval historian and am WAY too picky. This certainly wasn't historically accurate, but I loved it anyway. The characters are such fun and definitely worth the time to explore. Bracken and Megan are both a lot of fun to watch change and grow in all their relationships.
where do i start? Oct 21, 2005
When I was younger and hadn't actually read any good fiction, or excellent writing, I used to like the Lori Wick Kensington Chronicles. Now I realize that although the story lines are good, everything else falls short. The writing is plain, the characters even worse. You might think the female characters engaging if you enjoy overly submissive, unrealistically innocent, wide-eyed, types with no fiery passion of any sort. And the male characters in most of her books are disgustingly domineering or just dumb. I haven't yet decided. You might enjoy her stories if you don't have a shred of feminism, or if you believe the male sex in general to be superior and dictatorial. The Knight and the Dove carries out these lacks to a fault. In my opinion is is by far the worst of the four.
An Excellent Book Oct 3, 2005
I am a romance addict, but what disappoints me is that most romance books are trashy and not worth reading. However, I adore Lori Wick's romance novels. Its definetely romantic, but without the trashy scences, and its Christian fiction as well.
The Kensington series has got to be one of my favorite series she's written so far. The Knight and the Dove is a story about how 2 people are forced to get married but fall in love eventually. Its a sweet story, and I would reccomend it to anyone who loves a good romance.
Best of the Series Jan 2, 2005
It all begins with an order from King Henry that Bracken must marry one of Lord Vincent's daughters, the beautiful Marigold scorns the idea of marrying a mere Earl and refuses to marry him, so the task falls upon Megan. She is taken from her home at a convent and thrown into Bracken's home. Mistaken as a servant at first, she spends her first days sleeping in blacksmith shop. When Bracken finally appears she makes herself known and then the trouble begins. After weeks of quarreling, misunderstandings, and a few attempts of running away, they are married. King Henry, pleased at the obedience of Bracken, makes him an Duke. Upon hearing the news, Marigold goes mad with jealousy and is determined to get Bracken for herself . . . the only problem is that her sister is married to him and Bracken is very much in love. The Knight and the Dove has to be my favorite of this series. I am ever amazed that Lori Wick never seems to disappoint when I go to pick up one of her books.