By Jude Deveraux
New York Times bestselling writer Jude Deveraux will trap your middle with this reissue of her signature vintage novel, a time-travel romance that includes a present-day heroine and a speeding hero from the 16th century!
Abandoned by means of a merciless destiny, gorgeous Dougless Montgomery lies weeping upon a chilly tombstone in an English church. without notice, the main awesome guy seems. it really is Nicholas Stafford, Earl of Thornwyck…and in keeping with his tombstone he died in 1564.
Drawn to his facet by way of a bond so unexpected and compelling it overshadows cause, Dougless is familiar with that Nicholas is not anything under a miracle: a guy who doesn't search to alter her, who reveals her excellent, attention-grabbing, simply as she is. What Dougless by no means imagined used to be how powerful the chains are that tie them to the past…or the grand experience that lay earlier than them.
Hailed all over the world as essentially the most romantic novels of all time, A Knight in Shining Armor is “a wonderful love tale that spans centuries, worlds, and souls. it's the epitome of each woman’s delusion” (Chicago day-by-day Herald).
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I don’t even have a passport. Even if my family wired me money for a ticket home, I couldn’t leave immediately. ” “Nor can I get home,” he said, beginning to pace again. “That we have in common. ” “I am not a witch,” she practically shouted at him. “I do not practice black magic, and I certainly don’t know how to send people back and forth in time. ” He raised an eyebrow at her. “No doubt your lover was justified in leaving you. ” “I was never ‘vile-tempered’ as you call it, with Robert. Maybe a little-short-tempered now and then, but only normally so, because I loved him.
He asked softly, even giving a slight smile. Dougless gave him a suspicious look. A few minutes ago he was attacking her with a sword, but now he was smiling at her as though he meant to . . well, to seduce her. The sooner she got away from this crazy man the better off she would be, she thought. When the man made no effort to take the coins, she put them on the edge of the tomb. “Thanks for offering them to me, but no thanks. ” She turned to leave the church. ” he said loudly. Dougless clenched her fists at her sides.
On the table was a tray of food and a pot of tea. “Bet he didn’t leave me any,” she muttered at the same time she was thinking that she didn’t deserve any more kindness from him. She had been a pest to him. But he’d left enough in the pot for her to have a cup of tea and he’d left a chicken sandwich for her. Gratefully, Dougless ate and drank it all; then, wearing the thin robe, she slipped under the comforter of the second bed. When he returned, they would talk, she thought. She would ask him how he found out where she was.