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"...lush historical background...and plenty of adventure for the readers who like a non-stop plot."
-Angel Brewer,
The Romance Studio

risk-taking book..."
Sensuality: HOT

-All About Romance
(on Lady of the Knight)


Top Pick - Romance Reader at Heart
"...Ivie has woven a beautiful tale of forbidden love and revenge." and "LADY OF THE KNIGHT is an excellent novel that you don"t want to miss—it"s one you will want to read again and again."
--Carrye Syma,
Romance Reader At Heart



lady of the knight
by Jackie Ivie
ISBN-10: 0821778080
ISBN-13: 978-0821778081
Publisher: Zebra
Release date: Dec. 2004

Available at:

**I receive a lot of requests for this book to be in ebook format. The rights belong to Kensington. Please contact them and ask for Lady Of The Knight to be released as an ebook.** http://www.kensingtonbooks.com/


Set against the turbulent backdrop of fourteenth-century Scotland, Lady of the Knight tells the breathtaking tale of a brave lass left on her own and surrounded by treachery....

Her Honor Demanded Vengeance

When her family is destroyed by clan Fitzhugh, Morganna KilCreggar vows revenge.

Tall and lean, she disguises herself as a lad--and hones her skills with deadly weapons. A man who brazenly takes what he wants, Alexander FitzHugh makes the boy "Morgan" his squire. The striking and brutally strong warrior never imagines what his servant is hiding. Yet FitzHugh cannot deny that he is strangely drawn to the lad in his charge, and he intends to find out why.

His Heart Demanded Surrender

With each day that passes, the bold knight peels away more of Morgan's defenses, until he finally reveals her most precious secret. Suddenly vulnerable to an unbidden desire, Morgan strays from her purpose...to Alex's bed, where she discovers sensual pleasures she never imagined. Now, in the battle between vengeance and passion, the more powerful will emerge victorious, bringing together two hearts, two clans, two soul...


"Come out of hiding, lad. This is stupid. You"ve a FitzHugh sett to don, and a master to serve."

Morgan stuck out her tongue at him.

"Why do you hide, anyway? I"ll not punish ye further. There"s no need."

"I"m na" hiding," she replied finally, from a spot behind him. She noted he didn"t appear surprised to hear her from the new position.

"Yonder woods hold you bound, then?"

"I seek my privy, and he calls it hiding," she remarked to the air as if it were her audience. She knew it not only explained her absence, but her stealth. She watched him assimilate it.

He laughed."You a shy type?"

"At times," she answered. "This being one of them."

"Well, if I was blessed with a thin, bony frame like the good Lord settled on you, I"d be lief to hide it away, too. The lasses must run at the sight of your white arse."

"I would na" know. I"ve na" tested it."

"Find yourself a lass who"s heavy of foot, then. She"ll be easier to catch."

He was laughing at his own joke as he sat to pull his boots off. Morgan turned away. She wasn"t risking exposure again until he was under the water, and she still had a braid to undo and test for damage. She"d seen enough near-naked males anyway, that whatever he could show her wasn"t going to be of any interest, other than sizing up her opponent.

She had the braid undone, had raked out a fistful of shorn hair from the back of her neck, and had it re-braided before she heard his splashing. She looked out. That quick check showed that he"d gone beneath the water. Morgan darted in, grabbed the smaller pile and retreated to the shelter of the trees to done them.

"Where did you learn to toss knives, boy?" he called over his shoulder.

"What learning?" she answered. "I missed."



  • First Place Best First Book 2004 Beacon
  • Second Place Sensual Excellence in a Historical 2004 Scarlett Letter
  • Second Place Best Romance Debut 2004 RRA
  • Second Place Best Historical 2004 - More Than Magic
  • Second Place Best Historical 2004 - Beacon
  • Third Place Best Published Historical 2004 - Lories.
  • Third Place Best Published Historical 2004 - VCRW Laurel Contest.


Fallen Angel Award
"Prepare to be amused, entertained, and moved almost to tears. Jackie Ivie scores a huge hit with this medieval romp...Her characters take life and flow right off the page, captivating her audience and leaving them asking for more of her excellent work." --Michelle, Fallen Angel Reviews Read full review.

"Lady of the Knight is a completely captivating book!...I laughed at the antics and cried at the treachery done to Morganna. Author Jackie Ivie did a wonderful job with entwining sensuality, treachery, romance and the need for revenge. Ms. Ivie will make you believe that love can overcome any obstacle....I recommend this book to everyone! It was so much fun to read. This magical book is going on my keeper shelf."
--Billie Jo, Romance Junkies 5 Blue Ribbons Read Full Review

"Author Jackie Ivie has produced a keeper in her debut novel, Lady of the Knight. Fast-paced action pairs with a superbly rendered 14th Century setting and a cast of characters that will make readers cry for more. The chemistry between the two main characters is undeniable, the romance intense and sweetly secret, the plot well wrought and energetic.--Janean Nusz, Word Museum
5 Flames — Collector's Treasure * Reviewer's Choice * Read Full Review

"I absolutely loved this book. The characters jump right off the page, the settings are breathtaking and the secondary characters are fantastic. There is nothing about this book that I didn't like. This is an absolute keeper for your romance collection.
--Debbie, A Romance Review 5 Roses Read Full Review

"This is a very exciting novel set in the wilds of Scotland in the early 1300s. Jackie Ivie has woven a beautiful tale of forbidden love and revenge.

Morgan is a strong and beautiful woman who has no idea just how wonderful she is. Zander is a bit hard headed and blind at times, but he sees Morgan for the beautiful woman she is, inside and out. But how can their love make it when his family destroyed hers?

Lady of the Knight is an excellent novel that you don"t want to miss—it's one you will want to read again and again. --Carrye Syma, Romance Reader at Heart Top Pick Read Full Review

"Author Jackie Ivie knows drama and uses it to take away the breaths of her readers! This is a powerful tale with a heroine that women can look up to. No silly or simple-minded lass here! This book is destined for my "Keeper" shelf and will never leave my possession. Yes, it is THAT good! Highly recommended for all Historical Romance fans." --Detra Fitch, Huntress Reviews

"Lady of the Knight is an absorbing read with a spunky independent heroine and an attentive caring hero brought to life by Jackie Ivie. Their tale will have you spellbound as it unfurls to its exciting ending. All lovers of romance, historical or otherwise, will find Lady of the Knight a must read." --Donna Zapf, CataRomance Reviews

"...an impressive debut effort by an author to watch." --Rob Preece, Booksforabuck.com

"With strong characters, sizzling sexual tension, plenty of passion, action, and great repartee, Ivie...is destined to become a reader favorite." --Romantic Times BOOKclub Magazine, 4-stars

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