Books by Jackie Ivie

B
Laird of Ballanclaire

This novel by Jackie Ivie is not what I expected. It is set in the years right before the Revolutionary War in America, but the hero is Scottish born and bred. I like that Ms. Ivie chose an unusual setting as well as an unusual matchup between the hero and the heroine. But the story was just a tad d ...

C-
A Perfect Knight for Love

I am afraid that this book may get a bit more of my heat than it deserves, so in a sense I am sorry. But there are only so many books I can read with the same exact plot without getting a little frustrated. Bear with me if you have heard this one before:         Scottish clansman, ...

B-
Once Upon a Knight

Once Upon A Knight is one of those books I wanted to give up on at first, but ended up enjoying. For the first third of the book, I was completely unimpressed by the hero, but as I gradually got to know the character, he grew on me and I enjoyed the interactions between the hero and heroine more an ...

D-
The Knight Before Christmas

The title is a bit goofy and the cover is cheesy, but none of that matters in light of the fact that the story is downright awful. Myles Donal, powerful warrior and eldest son of the laird of the Donal clan, is reluctantly making his way through a snowstorm to marry the heiress of E ...

B+
Tender is the Knight

Having loved Jackie Ivie’s debut Lady of the Knight, I felt excitement and trepidation as I read the first few pages of this novel. Would it be as good? Had I only loved that first one because I’m a sucker for chicks-in-pants? Well, I can safely say this is one author whose sophomore effort ha ...

C
Lady of the Knight

Medieval Romances have been very thin on the ground in recent years, so I was excited to see a first-time author published in this genre, and an author who takes great risks in the creation of her hero and heroine. While I applaud the author's willingness to venture into new territory, the book, tak ...