Sunday, June 19, 2022

Review: Ensnared by Jody Hedlund

My rating: 5 of 5 stars


During a time when legends were born . . .


A poor maidservant struggling to survive, a brave knight who secretly loves her, and a chalice that has the power to unite them.

Nursemaid to the Earl of Likness’s two young daughters, Mikaela despises the earl for his cruelty to his subjects, and she longs for the day when she can make a difference in the lives of her suffering friends and family.

As one of the Knights of Brethren, Gunnar is on a mission to find the sacred chalice for the queen, convinced it’s the cure for her deadly bleeding disease. His quest takes him home, and he soon learns his brother, the earl, may know more about the chalice than he lets on.

As Gunnar reunites with Mikaela, the maiden he’s always loved, he tries to keep his feelings for her a secret, desperate to protect her from his brother. But as they venture into the perilous Hardanger Forest and battle to survive, will Gunnar realize her love is worth fighting for?

The real story of the Holy Grail . . .

My Review: 

I have adored the previous books from the Knights of Brethren series and was excited to get my hands on the newest installment, Ensnared. Oh my goodness, it is probably my new favorite of the series. I adored Gunnar and Mikaela’s story. It was sweet and full of faith with a mixture danger and suspense. It was not a long book to read for me and enjoyed reading it on a cool and rainy day.
Ensnared will be getting five plus stars from me. I highly recommend it for readers who enjoy reading clean historical and medieval era romance. I can not wait for the release of next book from the Knights of Brethren series, Enriched.
I received a digital copy of Ensnared from the publisher, but was not required to write a positive review. This review is one hundred percent my own honest opinion.

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