Book Review: Defiant Knight


The fall of a knight starts with a crack in his armor.

The pieces are perfectly set, and play has just begun, but my pawn has already fallen. Of all the guys, my money was not on Myles to choose Princess over me. Ren Davies has proven to be a worthier opponent than I gave her credit for and refuses to bow at my feet. Her past is a confounding maze of deadends that leave me with many questions and no answers. But one thing is clear…she is a threat. As my knight betrays me and begins to pull away, I need to regroup and formulate a new plan of attack. Whatever power it is that she holds is seeping deeper, forcing me to change my tactics, but I fear that it is already too late.

My Review

Ren, and the guys...Myles, Blake, Nash, Liam and Theo are back. It was really nice to see Ren and Myles's relationship grow. They got closer to each other. Myles can be a gentleman. The way that he protected Ren and was in tune with her feelings about taking their relationship to the next level is heartwarming.

Ren has grown so much from the first book. She is the queen that these guys deserve. The dynamics between them all is good. I felt for Blake. What he was going through did make me get more emotionally invested in him. Luckily, he had everyone to help him through things.

Nash goes through an emotional rollercoaster of his own with Ren. He does not want to admit just how deep his feelings go for her. He is still a bit of a bully towards her. Yet, in his own way, this is his way of flirting. I look forward to reading the next book.


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