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The Knight By Kate Sherwood,

  • Title: The Knight
  • Author: Kate Sherwood
  • ISBN: 9781623804732
  • Page: 410
  • Format: ebook
  • Things were confusing enough before the revolution, when Adam Challoner was a rich idealist and Remy Stone a jaded prostitute After months of fighting, Adam has risen to become the leader of the continent Now he s responsible for feeding his people and holding the country together.But without a fight, without a purpose, Remy scrambles to find his place in the freedom ofThings were confusing enough before the revolution, when Adam Challoner was a rich idealist and Remy Stone a jaded prostitute After months of fighting, Adam has risen to become the leader of the continent Now he s responsible for feeding his people and holding the country together.But without a fight, without a purpose, Remy scrambles to find his place in the freedom of the postrevolution world When his quest takes him away from the capitol, Adam can t object Remy was a slave before the revolution Adam won t deny him his freedom now.Then an attempt on Adam s life brings Remy back to his side In his new role as bodyguard, Remy keeps his distance, but neither he nor Adam can ignore the connection between them For them to be together, Remy needs to free himself from the damage inflicted by his past, and Adam has to fight through the restrictions of his present But as the political situation deteriorates, Adam and Remy once again find themselves fighting for their lives and for each other.
    The Knight Things were confusing enough before the revolution when Adam Challoner was a rich idealist and Remy Stone a jaded prostitute After months of fighting Adam has risen to become the leader of the conti

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    1. A complete and workable SciFi plot helps this book But I personally didn t connect with Adam s POV as well as Remy s, and missed having that emotional link I do want to give the author kudos for the progression of the sex in this story As a long time sex worker, Remy has issues and preconceptions to get past, before he can have a healthy relationship And Adam s awareness of that, and his clumsiness in trying to not push Remy in the wrong ways, worked for me.

    2. Please leave comments on Lady McNeill s 4 1 2 sweet pea review of The Knight at mrsconditreadsbooks index Forever Remy looked confused by the word I don t forever He heaved himself to his feet and stared at Adam Are you crazy There s no forever for you and me This is He waved his arms around as if trying to illustrate the temporary frenzy of their lives, then stilled I ve met your wife, Challoner I ve seen the people you re friends with You re the leader of the goddamned continent You and I are [...]

    3. 3 1 2 4 HeartsReview written for MM Good Book Reviewsmmgoodbookreviews.wordpress This book is part of a series and must be read in order Adam has taken up his position as the leader of the North American council after the revolution Remy is trying to find his place in the new order now that he is no longer a sex slave Adam is weighed down by the responsibility and seeks comfort from Remy s presence, but Remy needs to find his own place and sets out to find it, Adam lets him go but Remy returns w [...]

    4. I hope this one doesn t fall flat I feel like it s going to, for some reason, but I don t want it to D post read EtA Whoo What a consummate train wreck in slow motion.Adam s attitude towards Remy is actually quite annoying He s so patronizing He s like an alien Or might as well be He doesn t actually feel affection, can t possibly feel it Okay.I mean, I kind of get where he s coming from, but he takes it to such an extreme that it s weird Adam created that persona and superimposed it on Remy and [...]

    5. I may have liked this one even better than The Pawn It was suspenseful, with the whole can we make this revolution thing work happening Not much on the sexiness scale until the end, so it s good that Adam and Remy have other things to work on Or is other way if there weren t so many freakin responsiblities and obligations and duties and assasination plots, not to mention estranged wives, stubborn daughters and jingoistic generals in the mix, maybe Adam and Remy could have got down and dirty a li [...]

    6. 4.75 starsThe Knight continues the story of Adam and Remy, this time told from Adam s POV I really love these characters They are so engaging, flawed, funny, endearing and believable The world building is excellent and the political intrigue keeps the pace going Highly recommended.

    7. 4 StarsAbout a week after the revolution we again are in the lives of Adam Challoner and Remy Stone in Kate Sherwood s The Knight This time we have Adam s POV He is overwhelmed by the sheer volume of work that needs to be accomplished to make the provisional government function and feels as though he has to fight for every small thing the ruling counsel decides upon Then Adam s wife and daughter show up Oh yeah, good times Understandably, Remy pulls away from Adam He leaves the Capitol building [...]

    8. This isn t a bad story, it just isn t nearly as good as the first book The political plots are not well thought out, there are plot holes Worse, the characters are not as strong They stagnate in the whore vs equal dilemma but even that isn t really treated with any depth Occasionally Adam considers his actual thoughts and feelings for Remy, and how he still devalues him, but he never does anything about it, or even discusses it with Remy Remy tries to develop an identity but when he comes back [...]

    9. Good follow up to book 1 I still don t like Adam s last name, but we re in Adam s POV this time, so it s used slightly less often only 51 times The story was very plot driven There was very little romance, pretty much no sex view spoiler until the end hide spoiler , and it was a little frustrating, sometimes, the way Adam and Remy interacted but mostly, I think, because we were in Remy s head during the last book and can make some guesses about how he s feeling at various point in this one when [...]

    10. I loved both books about to death, and, actually, both of them equally The first one about broke my heart, but there is no such thing for me as too much angst But the second one was riveting, too I was mad with Adam almost all the time, but in a good way, I never stopped caring about him Well, when I finished reading and resurfaced out of all the feelings, I sadly thought It doesn t work like this I mean, the worlds don t work like this Revolutions don t Totalitarian states don t But who cars, r [...]

    11. I liked most parts of it Not as fond of Adam as I was in the first book, but I m definitely a fan of Remy The story was good, but I had to skip through some parts around the middle because it was too dull So yeah good but not great.

    12. This is not a m m romance or erotica, it is a story that just happens to have two males in a relationship as the main characters The story pulls you in and sweeps you away to the final chapter which was the best ending I have read in a long time.

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