The Modern Woman's Guide to Finding a Knight by Anna Klein – Beckie Bookworm

Release Date-October 20th 2017 Publisher-Escape Publishing Genre-Clean Contempary Romance

Kindle Edition-352 pages

All’s Faire in love and war…

Connie leads a double life. During the week, she is an up-and-coming designer and dressmaker, creating sleek, elegant gowns for the wealthy elite. But come the weekend, Connie becomes Lady Constance, a member of the House Felicitous at the local Renaissance Faire, creating beautiful historical garments for herself and her friends and teaching dancing to fair attendees. Fearing loss of business should her stylish clientèle discover her extracurricular activities, Connie keeps her professional life and her faire life carefully separate. However, everything changes when she’s saved from certain death by Sir Justin: a rising star in the joust and an actual knight in shining armour.

Behind his mask as Sir Justin, Dominic is confident and charismatic, but out of his armour, his courage fails him, and to his own horror he finds himself accidentally pretending to be his own best friend. Suddenly, he is in Connie’s life as two different men: the elusive Sir Justin who courts her over the internet and from behind a suit of armour and Justin’s ‘best friend’ Dominic who hangs out at her apartment and helps her move. The lie only grows bigger and Sir Justin finds himself faced with the most frightening challenge he can imagine: extricating himself from his lie and winning Connie’s heart as his true self.

But there’s something rotten afoot at the Faire, something that threatens its future, the community that has grown there, and even Sir Justin’s life. Will Lady Constance find the courage to step up and risk everything to defend her friends, save the Faire, and rescue her knight?

The Modern Woman’s Guide to Finding a Knight by Anna Klein

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

???? STARS “The Modern Woman’s Guide to Finding a Knight” by Anna Klein Well Well Well!!! What a little gem this was. And It’s not very often I read a completely clean, no hanky-panky romance and actually enjoy it. But this one just really appealed to me so I thought I would give it a chance. And I’m so not joking folks, this is clean with a capital “C” there was one little kiss at the end of the book and it wasn’t even a passion filled snog, just a sweet couple second smooch and you know what, it made my girly romantic heart go pitter-patter. So “The Modern Woman’s Guide to Finding a Knight” is a clean contemporary romance that features heavily around the Renaissance Faire. Connie is a dressmaker in the week but come the weekend she is lady Constance, Dominic is a software programmer in his day to day job, and in his leisure, he is Lord Justin competing in jousts and making his own armour. After Dom saves Connie from a runaway vehicle he tracks her down to ask her out but lacking self-confidence he manages to get himself in a right muddle pretending to be his own best friend. What follows is a very amusing tale full of twists, turns and even intrigue and it was such a delight to settle in and read. Connie and Dominic are both such likeable characters. Dom is so obviously completely smitten over Connie and Connie herself is so confused by her feelings for what she thinks is two men. Also just have to mention Lucas the best friend, he was a hoot probably my favourite person in this story, he had all the best lines. So “The Modern Woman’s Guide to Finding a Knight” is a romance of old, it has a lovely old world feel to it, it shows a proper courtship between two imperfect people, both with a bucket load of insecurities to boot. I was charmed all the way as Connie and dom found there own sweet HEA. I would like to thank NetGalley, the publisher and the Author for providing me with an arc of this book, this is my own honest opinion.

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