Monday, July 19, 2010

Review: Take it Off, Warrior by Eliza Knight



Take It Off, Warrior

Eliza Knight

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Publisher: Ellora's Cave

Genre:Time Travel, Romance


What I liked: Knight has a way with writing characters that just come alive and that you fall in love with. In this case, I fell in love with Camden and Valerie. I found that I had a lot in common with the main heroine, Valerie. Her love of books and her love of life makes her such a great character to admire. While planning a bachelorette party for her best friend, she finds herself in a beautiful castle that takes her breath away. With the castle comes more than just scenery and well that's when Camden comes in. Sparks and passions fly between them, but will it be enough for Camden to stay? You'll just have to find out. This tasty treat from Knight is not to be missed.

Book Blurb:

Sixteenth-century Highland laird Camden MacLeod wakes up in the modern world. Confused with his surroundings, he haphazardly throws on his kilt and goes in search of whoever has played such a foul trick on him. What he finds instead is beyond tempting…


Valerie is thoroughly exploring the medieval Scottish castle she’s rented for her best friend’s bachelorette party. Not only does an oddly shaped stone in tower catch her fancy—it somehow brings her dream man to life.




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