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Title: The Ever Knight
Author: Georgia Fox
Release Date: 4 July 2011
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Series: Conquerors #1
Posted: June 28, 2012
Reviewer: The Black Pearl
Heat Level: II
A Saxon Thane’s daughter, born with mystical healing strength, must choose between two lusty Norman knights, half-brothers, each intent on claiming her for their own. One man has claimed her dowry; the other has claimed her virginity. One man is dying of a battle wound and the other has scars that can’t be seen by the naked eye. Both brothers need her healing touch. Both brothers need her.
And she needs them.
Jisella always knew that one day her Ever Knight would arrive—the soul she’s loved since time began. Yet he’s taken a long time to find her in this life and now she’s not sure which of these handsome Knights is the one for whom she’s waited.
The brothers are all too happy to compete for their lady’s favors. Perhaps there is only one fair decision. Perhaps she can have both, if they might be persuaded to share.
Georgia Fox can write erotica. Her The Ever Knight is no exception. My first read by Fox was The Wagered Wench which I absolutely LOVED!!! It was also my first novel involving a ménage (MFM). I'm not even sure I have the abbreviations right because I didn't know novels like this existed! My best friend had mentioned ménages in the books she was reading, but
these seemed to be geared towards the paranormal romances and usually involved were's and packs and other animals. But a medieval novel featuring a headstrong heroine and two of the most drool-worthy men you could ever have the pleasure of reading about?! Say it isn't so! But it is, and I'm now a fan of Georgia Fox for turning me on (pun intended) to this genre!
While the ménage in The Wagered Wench featured a man who had won the heroine in a bet and another man who she had been previously promised to and involved both men constantly battling one another for her attentions until finally allowing her the choice of either, the ménage in The Ever Knight featured two brothers who were willing to share the heroine. And, for this reason, I found it to be lacking. I don't know…But I like my alpha males to be the jealous over-protective sort who might forgive a tryst with another man as long as he was included in the activities, but he would never willingly share her with another man on a regular basis. Nope. Not my guys. They would sooner abandon the situation and confine themselves to a life of lonely solitude, yearning after the heroine or annihilate the competition, before they would knowingly and willingly share her with another man. However, I would definitely recommend this short 51-page read, The Ever Knight, to anyone looking for a hot well-written read as well as the rest of Fox's Conquerors series.