4 stars

Category Romance Review: Knight to the Rescue by Miranda Lee

Knight to the Rescue, Miranda Lee, Harlequin, 1994, cover artist unknown
Harlequin Presents #1702

From the Back of the Book:

Damsel in distress…Audrey needed someone on her side for once, and Elliot Knight appointed himself. But playing gallant rescuer was harder than it looked, especially for someone as vulnerable as Audrey – fresh on the rebound and tempting as sin…Audrey knew she was deliberately playing on Elliot’s capacity for compassion, but she couldn’t let him walk out of her life, good deed done. The oh-so-brief feel of his lips on hers had been heaven. Somehow she had to convince her enigmatic hero that this was no fairy tale – but the real thing.

4 stars

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Knight to the Rescue is a cute, enjoyable Miranda Lee romance about a stranger who comes to mousy young Audrey’s aid when her boyfriend cruelly informs he’s cheating because she’s no good in bed.

The handsome stranger’s name is aptly, Elliot Knight, and he and Audrey become fast friends. More than friends. After Audrey has a makeover, Elliot proves to her that her boyfriend was very, very WRONG!

Elliot was amazing. He’s always popping up to save the day for Audrey every time something went awry. He was the perfect gentleman. But is he hiding something mysterious about his past? Can her hero too good to be true?

Of course not!

This a typical sexy Miranda Lee book, with a hero who claims he’s a not-so nice guy, yet actually is. Sexy little read, that lags a bit in the middle, but heats up towards the end.

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