I really, really enjoyed this story. Jenny suddenly finds herself in the year 1277. She doesn't know how to get back to 2015, so in the meantime she has to live in medieval times. A knight named Stephen decides to take responsibility for her. She gets in trouble a lot at first. But they soon fall in love and get married. After she loses him, she finds herself back in her own time. The ending was very bittersweet. I think a sequel to this book showing how things go with Adam would be great!
I liked this book even though I have mixed feelings about it. I'm not entirely sure I like Jenny, she was too much a brat. But then maybe that was the point - if she was well behaved she wouldn't need the spankings, would she? Also, it was a very different ending than you normally find. Overall, an enjoyable read that delivers some unexpected but great surprises.
I think everyone should read this book, it was so funny in places but it also made me cry! But you've to read it for yourself. I hope there's a much happier follow-up
Jenny is a modern young woman who is a bit of a brat. While trying to escape consequences from her cousin, for irritating him yet again, she runs through a graveyard and into a very old church. Suddenly Jenny finds herself transported back in time and a knight is stopping her from disrupting a wedding. Eventually, Jenny discovers she is in 13th century England. After learning her name the knight, Sir Stephen, informs Jenny that she is now under his protection and takes her to his castle. Jenny's swearing, lack of 13th century manners, and determination to do as she pleases, put her frequent conflict with Sir Stephen. Eventually Jenny and her night fall in love. Will she stay with her knight or return to her own time if given the opportunity?
The author does an outstanding job of transporting the reader back in time and providing details of medieval life. You believe Jenny has been sent back in time and that her and Sir Stephen's unlikely love will flourish. There is an extraordinary plot twist, and again, I was right there with the author, enjoying every word. Don't hesitate with this one, it's a wonderful trip!
This book was charming! I thoroughly enjoyed reading about Jenny's exploits when she suddenly found herself in the year 1277. Her modern tongue and ways got her continually in trouble. Though I'm glad she has a hero at the end, I couldn't help but feel a little sad for her Sir Stephen.
A well written light fun read where a very young 22 year old girl named Jenny lands in 1277 and tries to behave as a girl would today. A knight called Stephen thinks she's related to a Peverel he knows and respects and decides to take her under his wing and keep her safe. Jenny was in for a rude awakening. Along the way they fall in love. The ending was a great surprise and was definitely bittersweet.
My heart was breaking by the time I finished reading, beautiful well written. I laugh at Jenny antic. And who could not fall in love with knight. The only thing is the ending was left open. I do hope there is more Jenny and Adam. I was given this story for a honest review.
I really enjoyed this book. Jenny and Stephen are really quite entertaining. Jenny desperately wants to get to her own town. Stephen wants a well-behaved proper lady. He takes it on himself, to discipline Jenny into that young lady. However, Jenny can't seem to get through a day without needing some discipline.
However, as the discipline takes place, so does a connection between Jenny and Stephen. Soon, they cannot resist each other. However, Jenny comes from another time and isn't the virgin Stephen expects for wife. Will this be too much for Stephen to tolerate? Can they ever get their happy ever after? Will Jenny return to her own time?
This book was a lot of fun and made me laugh. I loved their love story and how it transcends time, there is definite surprise in the end. Great book!
I received this book in exchange for an honest review.
A Knight to Remember is a poignant story of a time traveling, modern gal. Jenny Peverel finds medieval England to be a rather harsh place for a spirited, independent young lady. However, she does find the Lord of the castle to be very attractive as well as bossy. Jenny does require a fair amount of correcting as she adjusts to her new time. Stephen is stern and harsh at times. Love is woven into the story; and voila, a crafty story takes shape. Amusing, smart, humorous writing mixed in with some great descriptive language make this a merry romp of a read.
A fun, silly, adventurous time-travel story that kept me engaged and entertained. I love the medieval time period, and reading about a modern-day woman going back was quite interesting! I loved Jenny's spirit of adventure and her determination, but found her immature at times. I enjoyed seeing her growth throughout the story however. Sir Stephen was quite the dominant man, but showed softness for Jenny. An interesting and unexpected ending made this story different from other time-travel stories. A nice way to spend an afternoon!
I love time travel stories and this was was wonderful. Maryse Dawson sent me through a whole gambit of emotions in this story. At first I was affronted by Sir Stephen's high handedness. Then I was ecstatic when they fell in love and married. I was in tears over his death and her sudden loss. Jenny seems so lost without Sir Stephen when she wakes up unexpectedly back in the present time. Will she ever find her love again? The ending was a bit of a surprise and I hated that it ended so abruptly because I was very emotionally attached to these great characters. I would love to see a sequel.
I loved this time-travel story that takes Jenny Peverel from 2015 back to 1277 during Medieval England, King Edward and placed her under the protection of a handsome knight, Sir Stephen de Bressard. To go from running and hiding from her cousin Seth to being thrown back over 700 years comes as a complete shock to her and those around her with her clothing and speech. The plot kept me captivated as Stephen deals with the unruly and mouthy Jenny and takes her in hand for her actions. The dialog adds humor to the story with Jenny’s blatant use of four-letter words and taking the Lord’s name in vain. Falling in love is one thing, but what will happen if she returns to 2015? Does she travel back in time or is it all just a dream?
Oh I just loved this time travel romance with Knights, Kings, castles, an evil woman and a 21st century woman thrust into the 1277. This fun adventure had laugh out loud moments, lots of spanking, finding her soulmate and more. The ending was unexpected and wonderful.
This is a very well written story. I love how Jenny, a very independent spunky 21st century woman, struggles to come to terms when transported back in time to medieval times, which of course comes with her very own protective knight, Sir Stephen. The author has a wonderful easy way with words that allows this story to be funny, entertaining and also sad in spots but in the end leaves the reader feeling optimistic and that a HEA is possible for Jenny.
What a great book! A great plot with characters you can't help but cheer for. Jenny absolutely made me laugh. Her antics as a modern day woman living in the year 1277 were just too funny but so believable. Stephen was more than up to the challenge! Their romance was a wonderful journey. The end was bittersweet and unexpected but oh, so wonderful!