Friday, May 23, 2014

A Knight in Shining Armor ~ A Romantic Book Review

Finding a good book to read is often not easy and I rely heavily on reviews written by other unbiased readers.

I am always reading a book.  As soon as I finish one book, I start another.  Some books, like The Hunger Games Trilogy are so captivating that once I start reading, I simply cannot put them down until I have finished reading the entire book.  Most books I read over the course of a few days an hour or so at a time.  

My reading time is my unwinding time.  A time were I allow my mind to shift from reality to fiction and to get lost, for just a little while, in a made up world.  I prefer romance novels, or at least a book that has a strong romantic story woven into it like the Hunger Games.


A Knight in Shining Armor

 

Upon-Request captured my interest in her review of A Knight in Shining Armor with her very first words, "A love that is timeless...".  For a truly forever hopeless romantic, I honestly don't know a more appealing phrase.

The book was originally published in 1989, but apparently it's appeal is timeless.   


Upon-Request explains that even though she read it decades ago, she still remembers it fondly, but you will want to read her review for yourself! 



An Invitation to Share Your Review


I would love to read more romantic book reviews and I would certainly be thrilled to be able to share them here with our readers of Review This! 

If you have written a review of a romantic book that you would like to share,  simply leave us the link in the guestbook.

6 comments:

  1. I haven't picked up a Jude Deveraux novel in ages. It may be time to renew my reading habit. Thank you for sharing!

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  2. I'm all for timeless love. Off to go read the featured review. Like you, I must be reading something at all times. It is my greatest pleasure. I'm so thankful for the joy of romance and reading.

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  3. Odd... I would never have thought of The Hunger Games as romance, more as dystopian with romantic undertones maybe. Although, not having read any of the series, it's hard for me to say for sure. Either way, I rarely read romance or dystopian. Historical novels with a romantic sub-plot are readable, though. And there was a time, for about a year, that I enjoyed reading Christian romance.

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  4. Alright, you did capture my attention. A Knight in Shining Armor sounds like one that I could enjoy. So many books, so little time, is my latest motto!

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  5. I am not sure if I have ever read this author. I might have to try! Thank you for sharing review link and introducing me to another fellow Squidooer!

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  6. I just finished the first book in a series...but you've reminded me, not only of this great author, but that I must read book 3 of "The Hunger Games". Maybe I should do that now that I've taken a break for a while from the series.

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