‘A Troubled Knight’. Destiny’s Knight-part-two.
Morgan Smith is at it again.
He is ‘Destiny’s Knight’, riding forth in his latest quest to fight against the tides of evil.
His is a mission of destruction, an attempted annihilation of the ancient evil that has pranced and strutted it’s way across the globe in the name of it’s foremost religion.
With a contempt for his own life, and with a sneering arrogance at the mighty forces arraigned against him, Morgan Smith does battle against the sixty-six once again.
He is rough, ready and ruttish.
This adventure sees Morgan Smith killing an assassin in broad daylight in a car-park in Somerset, he loses his reliable car to a planted bomb ambush in London, and he has to travel firstly to Norway and then to Cyprus to chase after the elusive and deadly Cain, as well as having to search in his quest to find and free the Biblical John, the original disciple from the Sea of Galilee.
All of this and he is still in love with the delectable Carron Bluewater, his guardian angel who is supposedly out of bounds for him. Or is she?
Carron still aids his quest and protects him, but why did she visit him in his bed?
And why has she suddenly disappeared when he needs her the most?
Morgan Smith has to endure a soul-destroying bout of torture whilst held captive deep underground, and yet Carron does not materialize to help him. His body and mind are battered beyond belief, and he is left as a blinded and deaf wreck where he screams for death to come and claim him, and yet Carron is still absent from his life.
Who is Pilgrim? And can he trust the delectable Lucy to get him away from Hell?
With plenty more action in the streets and between the bed sheets, this rollicking adventure will have you gasping at what takes place.
If you want an adventure that hits you squarely in the sensitive area between your solar-plexus and the tops of your thighs and leaves you tingling for more, then this is the epic tale for you. If it does not leave you panting and wanting more, then nothing that is written will.
Demons, guns and protruding nipples, this book has it all.
Read this second book in the ‘Destiny’s Knight’ trilogy and be aroused at the exciting action.
Morgan Smith hits the target every time.