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The Knight of Ambra

It’s indeed rare for me to like a romance that does not give me details – as exclusive as possible – for the love scenes. But in this book’s case, I feel like that hating the whole thing is not even an option.

Michaela Alberto is a delivery girl – for laundry – with little to no money in her name. During one of her delivery trips, she stumbles upon a crime scene, and ends up being targeted by dangerous criminals. Her only way of surviving is sticking close to Brant Jacobs, a mercenary whose mission involves securing an ancient sword.

Well, while the concept of the story was original, both of the main characters were not. We’ve seen Michaela’s type before, and Brant’s, too. There was also little actual lovemaking, and the reason behind Brant’s organization was really an odd one – and a bit hard to be believable…

However, the book was full of action and humor, the kind you see in fast-paced movies. The dialogues were refreshing, and the way the couple interracted was cracking me up every single time.

Therefore, I have to admit it was a nice breather, and a good story to take a break once in a while in one’s reading.


***I was given an ARC from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. The opinion stated in this review is solely mine, and no compensation was given or taken to alter it.***