When the handsome, if somewhat odd, professor
hires her to house-sit for him, Molly has no idea she's about to enter a world she doesn't believe exists, a world
where villains from the distant past travel across time in search of five powerful gems and a battered stuffed dragon shares
secrets with her young son. Her life becomes even more surreal when her employer not only says he wants to marry her but insists
on it--and Molly isn't about to argue. She needs to provide her son a complete family to keep her ex from gaining custody.
Molly doesn't believe in magic and fairy tales are for children and people who haven't had to deal with life and its
sharp corners. It may be that very unbelief that will not only shatter her new dreams but destroy everything and everyone
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Alistair Eugene Holmes' life depends on his ability to pass as ordinary
and dull. Blending with the university's students, he enters the archeology's museum with one purpose: Steal the Death
stone one of the professors has unearthed. A moment's distraction by the pretty curator gets him tossed out of the museum.
When he manages to sneak back inside, the death stone has been replaced by a fake onyx. Which of the three suspects left the
taunting message written in black magic? The cocky Dixon, the manipulative Olivia or the love blind Hannah?
and excitement. For twenty-seven years, Hannah Jessup has dreamt of escaping her hum-drum middle class existence. She's
spent years building exhibits around the musty collection of archeological artifacts to gain the attention of one man: Cooper
Dixon, the university's answer to Indiana Jones. On the eve of the exhibit's opening, she is absolutely certain his
proposal is imminent.
On the big day, Coop's failure to propose is exacerbated by the introduction of his new
assistant: cute, seductive Olivia Palmer. She takes Hannah's place on the spring dig, at the exhibit's opening and
insinuates herself into the romantic dinner planned for Coop's return. Irritated but determined, Hannah adapts to the
new rules of the game by using Alistair to make Coop jealous.
Alistair readily agrees to Hannah's plan. As
her beau, he can keep his three suspects under close surveillance. Too close, in Hannah's case. His heart ignores the
pretense of their courtship and doesn't care if she loves another. Attempting to clear her of suspicion, he enters her
dreams only to be seduced himself. The night of the opening, his nemesis attacks.
Unexplained fires, rats and cockroaches
are just the beginning and soon the dying begins.
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DANCING IN THE KITCHEN is delightful, scary,
and humorous with mystery and suspense but most of all it is a story of love. This one is definitely a “keeper”.
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This book is a great page-turner, one that I will
add to my keeper list and one that I am delighted to recommend.
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This was a delightful read. Funny, fast pacing and witty dialog propel the story along.
It has just the right amount of twist and turns to keep you guessing and intrigued. Andrews also shows us that we should all
be careful what we wish for. Often it is not what will make us happy.
I found myself rooting for the Clark Kent
inspired Alastair and the "boring safe life" Hannah rejects in the beginning. He is a strong lead and many of the
books best scenes come from Alastair, a true alpha pretending to be a typical guy. I also have to give props to Andrews for
letting the readers get inside a cat's head and hearing what he thinks of the whole mess the heroes have gotten into.
Kaylee was on her own long before the magical nonsense of the
Knights of the Living Five deprived her of a family. Careworn and alone, she survives on the skill of her hands and the grace
of her rundown farm until a greedy developer, a string of bad luck and overly bright star seduce her into wishing for something
One unforgettable knight.
Malcolm finds justice, peace and acceptance as a Knight of the Living
Five. As the only Knight from the Twelfth century, he will claim the deposed tyrant’s empire as his own. On the eve
of the final battle, Malcolm and his children are hurtled into a world embodying his every nightmare. As he struggles to return
to the past, Malcolm wonders if Kaylee holds the key to his future.
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A Knight’s Wish is a highly imaginative
and exciting story with colorful characters that involve the reader in their fascinating adventure. Readers will find themselves
wrapped up in the life of a woman that is alone and struggling. Readers will admire this spunky character for the way she
stands up for what she wants. She is fighting against injustice from those more powerful and although she may not readily
admit it Malcolm enters her life when she needs him most.
Malcolm is the answer to every woman’s dreams.
He is strong and protective. He may be arrogant and although he knows he can have any woman he is loyal to the one that holds
his heart. He can be intimidating when times call for it but he can also be kind and gentle. He will win the hearts of the
readers and have them dreading that he may find his way back to his own time.
This story is filled with excitement
and surprises. Malcolm’s sword does not become idle just because he finds himself in the future. Readers that enjoy
a good fight and a damsel in distress will enjoy the frequent action throughout the story. There is plenty of violence and
blood shed in this fight between good and evil.
The story also offers humor and plenty of romance as love grows
between Malcolm and Kaylee. Their romance grows slowly from their mutual attraction with each of them weighing the consequences.
Readers will sense the desperation and fear the time that may come when they are ripped apart by Malcolm returning to his
own time. This emotionally stirring time- travel romance offers a little something for everyone. Readers are encouraged to
look for A Knight’s Wish by Linda Andrews and add it to their reading list.
Anita, The Romance Studio
I simply loved reading
A Knight's Wish and absolutely did not want to be interrupted while reading it. Watching Malcolm
and his children adapt to this time period was entertaining, particularly Malcolm's opinion of vehicles. This was a fast-paced
pleasure of a read, and I would recommend it to anyone who enjoys time travel, a dash of medieval, some paranormal, and a
little comedy all set in a contemporary romance.
Kathy Andrico - TheRoadToRomance.ca
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received a five angel review from Fallen Angels Review. Thank you Kim N!
**** Reading this was a delight.
Seeing the travelers from the past adjust to the present was charming and the twist in the tale is guaranteed to make you
smile. I hope that all five of the gems have a story connected to them. ****
Amanda Killgore, www.huntressreviews.com