A Knight To Hold Onto
By deborah kimpton
Aug 7, 2006 - 2:14:00 AM

When Sir Ryan Cooper met Beth Durant at a Christmas party, there was no denying their attraction. Six months later the chemistry is still there. Both Beth and Ryan have been hurt before and neither one seems keen to risk their heart again. With help from some well-meaning friends, they end up house-sitting together. It is only then that Beth realises that Ryan might be the kind of man she can hold on to forever.

Ryan Cooper is a brilliant and pioneering surgeon who has literally been hunted for his title and is still paying the price. He is too afraid to pursue a relationship for fear of not being wanted for his true self. Beth shows a keen interest in his work, but can he trust that she has genuine feelings for him? Though Beth finds Sir Ryan a constant temptation, she needs to protect herself against his possible future rejection. She has high standards and a strict checklist for any man in her life. Could this dependable doctor finally be the one?


A KNIGHT TO HOLD ON TO is a gentle exploration of human emotions. Ms. Lucy Clarke accurately manages to covey the difficulties that Beth and Ryan have in opening up to new relationships. Through detailed characterisation, Ms. Clarke demonstrates how past hurts have come to haunt them and how in learning from each other they can hopefully overcome their fears. With prejudice as a strong underlying theme, the book shows how love and understanding can win the day. If you already enjoy a medical romance, then be sure to add this one to your list. You will find that the plot holds plenty of romantic suspense is swiftly executed and has lots of medical dramas to keep the reader’s pulse racing.


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