Over the last few months, I’ve been making my way through the Knight Miscellany series by Gaelen Foley, and since I’ve now officially finished it I thought I would share some of the reasons I think you should pick it up. So without further ado…
It Follows A Family
I don’t know about the rest of you, but I love when historical romance series follow a set family as each of the siblings take their turns to find love. Even outside of historicals, some of my favourite romance series are about families—I’m thinking Bridgertons, Bergman Brothers, the Cynsters, Love by Numbers, the Brown Sisters and so on.
My favourite thing about the Knight Miscellany series is how it really shows the more complicated side of families. Their relationships are complicated—both in terms of their different fathers, but also in the way they all interact with one another. They’re not always a close family, but the love is definitely still there.
All The Stories Are Incredibly Different
Along with each book following a different family member, the stories themselves are wildly different. If you enjoy a more standard historical romance, you might enjoy Devil Takes A Bride most, if you’re interested in some darker themes then maybe One Night of Sin or Lord of Fire might take your fancy. And if it’s an adventure you crave, His Wicked Kiss takes place partly in Venezuela—(this one happens to be my personal favourite).
What I’m getting at here is that no matter what kind of story you’re after, the Knight Miscellany series has something for you.
There’s A Spin-Off Series
Who doesn’t love a good continuation of a series? After the seven books in this series, the Spice trilogy takes us to India to meet the Knight cousins. I can’t personally vouch for this series because I haven’t read it yet but I’m already a little bit in love with one of the characters so I have high hopes for it.
All in all, I think this series is vastly underrated in the book community. I’ve only ever seen one other person talk about it and it’s such a fun series that deserves some more love.
Have you ever read this series? Have I managed to convince you? Let me know in the comments.