Review: Nighthawk by Kathryn Le Veque

Title:  Nighthawk

Author: Kathryn Le Veque

Series: de Wolfe Pack #3

Genre: Medieval Historical 

Format: eBook

Dates Read: April 25, 2020

3 stars
3 stars – I enjoyed it

Patrick de Wolfe is an enormous man who is destined to lead his father’s legacy. The king has personally asked for her service and one of his personal bodyguards. Before he can depart he finds himself in a skirmish along the Scots border. What he doesn’t expect is a beautiful woman who was kidnapped from an abby. 

This was a slow building romance that was very sweet. Patrick is the strong, protective knight with a large wonderful family. Brighton (Bridey) is the innocent and sheltered woman who has just learned the truth of her heritage.  Patrick saves Bridey from raiders and whisks her away to safety in his keep. Her parentage makes it unsafe for her to return to the church, not that he really wants her to. Patrick fights his attraction to her at first but quickly realizes he has fallen hard for this beautiful innocent woman who is finally getting a taste of real life. I really enjoyed their relationship. It was so sweet and cute. 

But we could live in a cave on the coast and I would still call it home if you were there. Wherever you are, that is my home.”

While some of the beginning was very slow and dense in details I still really enjoyed it. The story was good, the characters sweet, and the love was intense and perfect. I look forward to reading more books by this author. 

O.W.L.s Magical Readathon 2020 – Care of Magical Creatures


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