Knight of South Holland by Karen D. Bradley is book three of the nine book Knights of the Castle series. This series is a spinoff of the Kings of the Castle series. The books in both series are standalones penned by various authors and can be read in any order.
Calvin Atwood is the inventor of several technological marvels. He’s previously collaborated with the Kings of the Castle to provide gadgets that aid in the Kings mission to advance mankind through philanthropy. Calvin has been offered a position as Knight of South Holland and assigned a major project for the East Indian kingdom of Durabia. He jumps at the chance to showcase his latest invention, while providing protection to a country facing regional turmoil. The only problem is that his fiancée, Mia Jakob, wants him to commit to settling down and starting a family.
Mia Jakob is a top security specialist employed by Daron Kincaid, King of Morgan Park. Mia is engaged to her former client, Calvin Atwood. Calvin has been offered his dream job, but it requires him to move to Durabia. Mia has no intentions of moving out of the country. She knows that Calvin’s inventions will always make him a target of people seeking to exploit them for profit.
Calvin and Mia will each have to decide how much they’re willing to give up for love.
Karen D. Bradley continues the Knights of the Castle series with an excellent novel. She maintains the continuity of the series and introduces previous backstory when it’s needed for clarity. More great characters are added to the family, and we revisit some old favorites. We also encounter some villains, but they’re well-rounded and believable. As with the previous installments, the plot is engrossing and grabs the reader’s attention at the beginning and holds it till the end. This is a 4 out of 5 star read. I recommend Knight of South Holland to all readers of romantic suspense and multicultural romance.
My thanks to Independent Publishers Group and NetGalley for the opportunity to read an advance copy of this book. However, the opinions expressed in this review are 100% mine and mine alone.
Publication Date: August 25, 2020
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