June 19, 2019

Review: Falling for a Knight by Té Russ

Review: Falling for a Knight by Té RussFalling for a Knight by Té Russ
Published by Amazon Digital Services LLC on May 28, 2019
Genres: African American, Romance
Pages: 143
Format: eBook
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four-stars

While vacationing in Trinidad, world-renowned photographer Roman Knight unexpectedly acquires a new muse, Cynthia Tremaine. Their chemistry is off the charts and they can’t resist giving into a night of passion together.

Neither of them expected to see each other again after they parted ways...but fate seemed to have other plans.

I love a book with a little island flair as you know so seeing Trinidad mentioned in Falling for a Knight warranted a quick one click.

Cynthia Tremaine is underappreciated and overworked in her current job and is well deserving of the girls trip to Trinidad for Carnival with her two best friends. Roman Knight is a talented photographer who is also in Trinidad.

These two meet during Carnival and while their initial interaction is brief, there’s an electric connection of sorts. They spend a day together while in Trinidad and while they both immensely enjoyed their time
together they hadn’t planned to see each other after that. As fate would have it, they see each other again when Cynthia travels to Sweet Rapids, Nevada with her boss and mean ass step sister Priscilla. (Don’t get me started on her, I wanted to push Priscilla down a few times. Don’t worry you’ll feel the same
way too when you read the book LOL).

Falling for a Knight was flirty and fun, and I suggest you take a little trip to Sweet Rapids and read about these two.

four-stars

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