The Black Knight's Bride
By Nadine St. Denis
Aug 14, 2004 - 9:00:00 AM

Brady Malone doesn't think much of himself; in fact, the entire town of Red Rose doesn't think much of him either. He knows that the few good deeds that he is doing for Susanna doesn't make him any kind of a white knight. Not with his black soul. Why won't the stubborn beauty see that, and quit trying to improve his reputation with everyone in town?


Both Susanna and Brady are running from a past they want to forget. They can each be a soothing balm for the other's aching hearts and sad souls, if they would only open up and let the other inside. With the help from the lively ladies in town and a past threat that has come back to haunt them, these two are made to realize that he is meant to be her black knight and she wouldn't have it any other way.


THE BLACK KNIGHT'S BRIDE by Myrna Mackenzie is a delightfully refreshing story that has rich characters and a charming setting. You will definitely want to take this novel and the others in the BRIDES OF RED ROSE series to the beach this summer!

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