The hilarious and beloved, characters of Nathan Thinks He Knows Best and Romance Wars are at it again. Sexy but intense Rozlyn Rook fires up a plan to trick her fiance into a boxing match… between the two of them. Oh yes, it’s for charity, but it’s also Roz’s chance to even a few scores. Nathan Knight may be laid back, but he’s no dummy. He’s fully aware that when the bell rings, the love of his life will go medieval on his ass. As it turns out, Nathan’s pre-fight baiting of his fiancee ensures that ‘going medieval’ would have been considered a downgrade. Your ribs will be hurting too, with laughter. Fight Knight is a fun-filled, laugh-out-loud companion to the other two titles.
The ring Roz craved had four corner posts and a referee.
I think I could take you, Roz said.
Anywhere in particular? Nathan asked.
Careful. My middle name could’ve been Tyson,
Like the vacuum cleaner?
Tyson, not Dyson, you idiot.
Ooh! That’s fighting talk, Roz. Say you’re sorry.
Sorry? Sorry describes the tie you wore last night.
I’m English, young lady. My taste is impeccable.
Only your taste in gorgeous American women.
You’ve met her?
Met her? I’ll meet YOU in the ring, Mr. Knight.
Ladies and gentlemen. Fighting out of the red corner…
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The punctuation police have been camping outside Alex’s writing sanctuary for what seems like forever. In retaliation, Alex will slip an extra comma into a sentence simply to thumb her nose at them. She scatters ellipses around like confetti and when the opportunity occurs to omit a period after Dr. or Ms., she grabs it with both hands. It has been said that she and Hemmingway share something in common. That would be her height. As a teenager, horror was her genre of choice. Transferring allegiance to romance as she got older seemed such a short hop, but romance infused with humor rather than deprived of it.
Wisdom suggests that an author shackles him or herself to a single sub-genre. Wise, is another of ‘those’ four letter words as far as Alex is concerned. She pursues romantic comedy, humorous contemporary romance, romantic suspense, quirky humor, and—so I’m told—is about to dabble in YA. One of her best friends persuaded her to collaborate on a romantic erotic novella. She offers no defense other than ‘she hadn’t done that yet.’ The water might appear a little murky, but Alex invites you to get your feet wet anyway. Your only danger of drowning, will be in laughter.