Knight of Grand Crossing by Hiram Shogun Harris, Naleighna Kai and Anita L. Roseboro is book five 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.
Rahm Fosten has landed in the East Indian country of Durabia and wants nothing more than he wants his love, Marilyn Spears, to join him there. They’ve weathered storms in the past but are now faced with a challenge that threatens to derail their relationship and their futures.
Ahmad Maharaj is facing life-altering issues but has a new, positive distraction, Alyssa Porter. This woman does what no other has been able to do, and he wants her forever. Unfortunately, they are unaware that they’re in mortal danger.
Harris, Kai and Roseboro continue the excellence of the Knights of the Castle series. The three have penned a seamless novel that maintains the integrity of the series. Characterization remains a key component, and these characters are top-notch. They’re vibrant and well-rounded with complete backstories. Characters from previous installments are properly introduced. The plot is compelling, and we get a two-for-one on the romance. The dual storylines enhanced, not detracted from, my enjoyment of the book. This is another 4 out of 5 star addition to the series. I recommend Knight of Grand Crossing 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: September 22, 2020