One More Knight

  • Title: One More Knight
  • Author: Kathleen Creighton
  • ISBN: 9780373078905
  • Page: 326
  • Format: Paperback
  • One More Knight For her child s sakeYeas ago Charlene Charly Phelps had been talked into leaving her hometown and her baby behind to give her son the life she never could Then on a visit home she saw a picture of a
    For her child s sakeYeas ago, Charlene Charly Phelps had been talked into leaving her hometown and her baby behind to give her son the life she never could Then on a visit home, she saw a picture of a boy who seemed impossibly familiar and knew she had to get out of town Again How she ended up in jail was another matter the question was, how could she get outFor her child s sakeYeas ago, Charlene Charly Phelps had been talked into leaving her hometown and her baby behind to give her son the life she never could Then on a visit home, she saw a picture of a boy who seemed impossibly familiar and knew she had to get out of town Again How she ended up in jail was another matter the question was, how could she get out She had only one phone callwhich Troy Starr happened to answer He knew that Charly had a reputation for trouble, but troubleshooting was Troy s business And though she acted as if he was the last man on earth she wanted to be near, Troy figured it was only a matter of time before this soft at the core lady fell for him and time was something Troy had plenty of

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    1. Reviewed for THC Reviews"4.5 stars" One More Knight is a heartfelt, emotional story of a woman's journey back to the home town to which she swore she would never return twenty years before and her efforts to overcome the pain of the past. I had really enjoyed the first book in the The Sisters Waskowitz series, but as good as it was, I don't think it prepared me for how lovely and poignant this book would be. Kathleen Creighton has a beautiful way with words. She's very talented at describing the [...]

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    2. I really loved this book, since it had a lot of depth and second-chances and redemption and forgiveness. Things were not as cut and dried as they seemed and through snippets from a young Charly's diary at the start of every chapter we see how she went from being a southern girl to a city attorney who returned home after twenty years on her way to her best friend's wedding.Charly does not want to go home, it only holds painful memories for her, of a father who didn't seem to notice or love her an [...]

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