Written by C.D. Reiss, White Knight novel follows two lovers, separated as teenagers and estranged who come together again.
THIS IS NOT FOR CHILDREN.
I enjoyed this book up until the last two chapters. Because, up until that point, it felt like I had read half the book. Then it was summed up in, what I consider, two chapters that were each future snapshots of their lives. That wasn’t a conclusion to their story. At least, it didn’t feel like that to me.
That being said, the first 7 chapters were so well written that I hunted down this book.
So, the writing is good. The plot just made me angry. I wanted more.
This is a contemporary romance. So, if you like that, go for it. If not, it’s okay to pass on this.
Because someone did ask me to expand this a bit more, let me explain. This novel’s writing was engaging in how the characters met and fell in love, but there was no conclusion. No satisfactory ending. It felt like this was a ploy book to get you to buy more books by the author. Not because the author is great, but because they didn’t give you the whole story.
And, frankly, I am not a fan of that.