REVIEW: The Knight Before Christmas by Marilyn Brant
Updated: Nov 22, 2019
Review by Christina Boyd
With a nod to Jane Austen’s masterpiece Emma, set in present day Minnesota, The Knight Before Christmas is an endearing holiday romance. When wildly successful Austin Knightley returns home to Crystal Corners to be closer to his family, he encounters his old high school friends and discovers past impressions are no longer the same...or are they?
Following the popular trope of enemies to lovers, Austin and the town’s sweetheart, Emma Westwood, are thrown together to create a huge gift presentation at the town’s Good Will Toward Men & Women Project holiday event. Chocked full of warm-hearted moments that will satisfy the holiday sweet tooth in all of us, make sure to add The Knight Before Christmas to your Wish list.
Rated Chaste for possible kissing and affection.
Marilyn Brant is a New York Times & USA Today bestselling author of over 20 books in the genres of contemporary women’s fiction, romantic comedy, and mystery. Her debut novel about Jane Austen won the Romance Writers of America’s prestigious Golden Heart Award®(2007), and she was named Author of the Year (2013) by the Illinois Association of Teachers of English. She’s a travel addict, a music junkie, and an insatiable book collector, who loves to discuss story structure and periodically contributes novel beat sheets to the popular screenwriting website, SaveTheCat.com. Marilyn’s family believes she’s lost unquantifiable hours to the allure of “Tasty” videos on Facebook, but she refuses to substantiate this claim. For more about her writing, visit Marilyn’s website: www.marilynbrant.com
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