2) Midsummer's Knight - Kinley MacGregor
Takes Simon of Ravenswood from "Master of Desire" as the hero.
The heroine is Kenna a plumpish brown haired Scottish heiress, who has been writing to a knight named Stryder of Blackmoor, but Stryder knows nothing of the letters as Simon has written them all just using 'S' as the signature. Simon could never marry Kenna as he is of too low a birth, but worse is to come when the king finds out and insists that she marry Stryder.
A different kind of tale to the other 2 but Simon comes across as a soulful noble chap (he has muscles as well) and you want him to get the girl.
3) A tale of two sisters - Julia Quinn
The hero is Ned Blydon (Lord Burwick) from "Splendid" now he is engaged to Lydia Thornton and due to marry in 3 days. He has never met a woman who inspired him with passion in the last 8 seasons so has decided if he cannot marry for love he will marry for land.
With everyone gathering for the wedding he meets a woman who does inspire him with passion. But she is Charlotte, Lydia's sister and he is an honourable man and must go through with the wedding.
This is a nice story; I love the interplay of the characters and the humour of Ned trying to escape his sister Belle and heavily pregnant cousin Emma. Plus the poetry is a hoot.
3 very good stories(I have tried not to give away the plots too much) that I know I will reread many times, even though I have only ever read the Julia Quinn story 'Splendid' and have no knowledge of the other two heroes.
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