Her Dark Knight

  • by Sharon Cullen
  • Narrated by Helen Stern
  • 9 hrs and 12 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Madelaine Alexander is on a mission. When her boss sends her to the hottest nightclub in town to meet with the owner, she won't be deterred, even if that means standing in line for 58 minutes in torturous heels while she'd rather be home in her pj's with a bowl of popcorn.
A Knight of the Templar, Christien Chevalier was given immortality along with the responsibility of protecting the treasure of the Templars. He's been unwavering in his task for centuries, until his one true love - who died 700 years ago - shows up in his club, demanding his attention.
Christien couldn't protect Madelaine when they first fell in love. She was married to a lord and he was simply a knight. Now, through some unknown miracle, she stands before him again and they have a second chance. But Christien fears that Madelaine is being used as a pawn in a dangerous game, a game of good versus evil that could affect all of mankind....


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Customer Reviews

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Enjoyable Read

This book is a romantic fantasy done well. In the beginning I got a bit irritated with the author's redundancy pertaining to the hero's indecisiveness, and there was a twist at the ending I found a bit unnecessary, which is why I rated 4 stars rather than 5. These are little things, however, and should not put a reader off this book. The sex scenes are steamy, the action is intense, and the plot progresses quickly. The hero and heroine's characters are likeable.

This is an adult read, and I wouldn't recommend it for younger teens. Aside from the fact that it probably wouldn't interest them, the sex and some language is graphic.

The reader does a very good job with the material, keeping the action flowing seamlessly and doing accents effortlessly. Overall, very well done.

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- Robbie

A Little Too Long

Would you consider the audio edition of Her Dark Knight to be better than the print version?

I loved the story but sometimes I just wanted to skip all the self-doubt thoughts and get on with the story!

What did you like best about this story?

The historical periods and the juxtaposition with modern times.

What does Helen Stern bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

I've heard better.

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- LNark

Book Details

  • Release Date: 11-28-2011
  • Publisher: Carina Press