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Sir Duncan Ware is a nobleman that thinks nothing of helping the helpless and the needy
on 3 March 2017
Known as something of a womaniser and it known that a good number of the waifs and strays are his, he shows them his own manner of caring and love, he is also very kind and chivalrous to ladies in need.
He comes across Linet De Montfort and takes it upon himself to protect her, he sees himself as a knight in shining armour, as always his heart is in the right place and although sometimes he expresses and shows his feelings in what are sometimes very clumsy manner.
Sir Duncan hides his true identity and as the relationship between himself and Linnet starts to flourish he very carefully hides his true worth, he wants a\ woman than loves and cares for him on his own merits and not because he is a wealthy, titled individual. He also has quite the reputation of loving and leaving so she has to take all this into context to aid her in her decision to remain with him or not.
This was not the typical knight rescuing a damsel in distress, the story was very engaging the characters were independent and they were both very reluctant to jump into any unknown situation.
This book was a very good read I enjoyed it immensely and would recommend it to anyone contemplating reading this book, it holds you attention and leaves you guessing!!