Duke of Knight
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Duke of Knight by Elizabeth Johns

09/12/2021

Welcome to a new series by National bestselling author Elizabeth Johns. Enjoy the extraordinary tale of four Knight brothers, and one little sister in the Gentlemen of Knights.

Book 1, Duke of Knight is now available! Read for FREE with Kindle Unlimited!

Can a sharp-tongued governess become indispensable to a duke?

Rowley Knight, Duke of Knighton, is too busy being a duke to bother with such nonsense as love. With three heirs, he is in no hurry whatsoever to succumb to the lures of the leg-shackles. He is content managing his siblings and estates, and avoiding Society whenever possible. If he can only find someone to manage his young sister, life can go back to its proper order.

Emma Lancaster’s father gambled away her family’s fortune leaving her hopes for a respectable marriage shattered. Destitute and near desperate, she accepts a position as a governess to a young lady at the recommendation of her godmother. Little does she know that her charge is the brother of the man she despises. Can she humble herself to become his employee? Or will her temper get the best of her—and him?

Gentlemen of Knights
Book 1 - Duke of Knights
Book 2 - Black Knight
Book 3 - Knight and Day
Book 4 - Dark of Knight
Book 5 - Shining Knight

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