Review: Master of Surrender
Master of Surrender by Karin Tabke
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Pretty good read - got it for a Secret Santa gift and I was pretty thrilled since I asked for it.
The concept of the Blood Swords intrigued me. This is the first novel in the series that follows a group of knights from the 11th century that have been banded together through blood. Each knight has a destiny to fulfill and this novel was about Rohan du Luc. He's the leader of the Blood Swords and he's as cocky as all hell.
Enter Isabel, the head-strong lady of the house that Rohan is there to take over in the name of Normandy.
In order to save her squire's life she agrees to let Rohan "trespass on her person."
Lot's of steamy times, some hurtful revelations and finally some bit of happiness.
4 out of 5 stars.
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