King’s Knight (Medieval Warriors #4)


Alexander of Talisand – serving under William Rufus - cements his reputation as the Black Wolf, no different from when his father, Sir Renaud de Pierrepont, became known as the Red Wolf under William the Conqueror a decade before. When he returns home, he finds that the girl he rescued years before has become a woman. 


Hounded by the circumstances of her birth, Merywyn leaves Talisand for Wales. Returning several years later as one of the best archers in the land, Merywyn wonders whether Alexander remembers her as the girl he rescued.  Their childhood friendship blossoms to an attraction between a man and a woman, except that Alexander is duty bound to marry who the King wishes - and that is not to be Merywyn.


One of the things a reader wants is to get lost in is the world the author creates. Ms. Walker is one such author - she brings the medieval world to life! From the fresh air and bucolic life of Talisand in the North to the smells rising from the streets of London, everything jumps off the page. Furthermore, the subplot of brewing war between Chester and Wales enriches the story even more– another moment where Merywyn shines. The push and pull of decisions beyond the characters’ control will keep the reader turning the pages to find out what happens next. This is one of the most complete medieval romances one can read - and readers will keep wanting more!


M.P. Ceja