The knight-in-shining-armor theme never tires for wistfully romantic women the world over. When the fantastic flavors of old world knights, lords, and ladies simmer together with a luscious plot,
readers are caught hook, line, and sinker.
Border Moonlight is a devilishly fun romance novel rich with intrigue, deception, tension, and love ever after. As Lord Simon Murray rescues the Lady Sibylla Cavers from death by drowning, the workings of a truly romantic tale fall into place. The only problem is the ugly past between the
two of them, and the lingering resentful feelings may be enough to shatter any hope of love.
The storyline accentuates the ever-present tension and continuous entanglements between ruling land owners in Scotland and the encroaching presence of the English. With the sanctity of the recent peace treaty between the two countries in question, it will take all the finesse and governing wisdom available to keep the fighting at bay.
However, greedy Lords are master chess players over weaker pawns. If Lord Murray and Lady Cavers don't see through the deceptions and make a preemptive strike for survival, not only will all they have crumble to anotherís might, but their country may be lost as well.
Amanda Scott keeps her characters true throughout and interesting as they progress through their emotional layers
in a work comparable to authors like Margaret Moore and Sarah Gabriel. Romantic entanglements and battles of the sexes keep the feisty nature of intrigued lovers pleasurable to read. If there was ever a novel to bring a
reader's smile alive, this is it.