Knight's End (Knight's Trilogy, #1)

Sometimes choosing between love and family means choosing between life and death Aston Smith, Knight of Fridel, has been sent on a dangerous mission catch The Rogue Royal, a notorious man who has been killing corrupt monarchs When the mission goes wrong, the knight is sentenced to death To escape his fate, he runs, planning to track down the murderer and clear his nameSometimes choosing between love and family means choosing between life and death Aston Smith, Knight of Fridel, has been sent on a dangerous mission catch The Rogue Royal, a notorious man who has been killing corrupt monarchs When the mission goes wrong, the knight is sentenced to death To escape his fate, he runs, planning to track down the murderer and clear his name Along the way, he meets and teams up with Jade du Halen, who he thinks is just another woman Secretly, she is the runaway Princess of Adion who denied her duties as a princess and refused to marry the man her father had chosen for her Instead, she convinces Aston that she can clear his name, joining him on his hunt for justice Can these two individuals hide from their hunters, catch The Rogue Royal, and live happily ever after Or will Jade s secret tear them apart
Knight s End Knight s Trilogy Sometimes choosing between love and family means choosing between life and death Aston Smith Knight of Fridel has been sent on a dangerous mission catch The Rogue Royal a notorious man who has been

  • Title: Knight's End (Knight's Trilogy, #1)
  • Author: Jami Montgomery
  • ISBN: 9781475181128
  • Page: 327
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Knight's End (Knight's Trilogy, #1)”

    1. Knight's End was a brilliant book, but what else could I expect from Jami other than brilliance? The description and imagery were vivid, the characters relatable. Though I did notice a few grammar or spelling mistakes every now and then, compared to the beauty of the story it was barely noticeable. And don't even get me started on the ending - it killed me inside. I'm totally looking forward to reading the sequel, when Jami gets around to writing it ;D

    2. I really loved this book! It was completely engaging and so well paced. The description was detailed elegantly where I didn't feel bogged down by everything like other books I have read before. I really enjoy Jami's writing and am always looking forward to her next story.

    3. I first happened upon this novel while perusing the teen/young adult writing website Inkpop (which, sadly, no longer exists) some time ago (before it was sold to another site and all that jazz). I’ve always enjoyed historical fiction and after scanning the description, happily started reading. I remember being immediately drawn in by the prologue.Now, some time later (now that the author has self-published the book), I still find it pleasantly intriguing. Within the pages, we find the tales of [...]

    4. I cannot believe how enthralled I was with this book. Not only is the author my best friend, which made me want to finish it as quickly as possible, but it is so well written and easy to read that I read it in 3 sittings. Now, because Jami is my best friend, I will try my best not to be biased. Honestly, I found it seriously hard to put down. I quickly became wrapped up in the story, and caught myself thinking about it while I wasn't reading. I loved the multi-view storyline. Only having one per [...]

    5. This is like a historical with knights and princes , but set in an imaginary land. It is a sweet adventure/ romance with a very suprising ending.

    6. I would have given this book five stars if there weren't a few grammatical errors, (which I have to stop and correct due to having taught writing for 4th graders - it's a personal flaw) because it was otherwise, very well written. I was drawn into the world of this knight and run-a-way princess, and fell in love with these two characters. At times, I tend to become bored with descriptions in stories and just want the meat, but I really enjoyed the descriptive detail that this author wove into he [...]

    7. I read this befor eI became a blogger on Inkpop! It was AMAZING back then, though I wonder hwat my reaciton to it now will be. O.o I think the same.

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