Knight & Day (Knight, #3) by Kitty FrenchKara Brookes hates liars.
Dylan Day hasnt told the truth from the moment his plane touched down in Ibiza.
Its a recipe for disaster.
Romantic, emotional and intensely erotic, Knight & Day is the thrilling final installment of the USA Today bestselling Knight Series from Kitty French.
Lucien and Sophie are back, and have set up camp on the sun-drenched isle of Ibiza for the opening of the latest of Luciens strictly adult clubs.
Theyre joined for the summer by Sophies best friend Kara, and Dylan Day, Luciens newly appointed club manager.
The laid back, smokin hot surf guy from California seems almost too good to be true... but theres no smoke without fire.
Its going to be a long hot summer of love, lust, lies and wedding bells. But who will get their happy ever after?
Knight & Day is the thrilling conclusion to the USA Today best-selling Knight erotic trilogy. Whilst it can be read as a stand alone story, its best enjoyed as the finale of the set.
Knight and Day
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The synopsis below may give away important plot points. Knight and Day follows the adventures of Roy Miller (Tom Cruise), a rogue spy, and June Havens (Cameron Diaz), a car restorer. We see Miller watching Havens, and he bumps into her a couple of times as they go through security.
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This is a sub-North-By-Northwest caper, directed by James Mangold, in which Cruise plays Roy Miller, a mysterious guy on a plane who charms the bejeepers out of single gal June, played by Cameron Diaz , who's sitting right by him. But it isn't long before the plane comes under terrifying attack; someone's out to get Roy and hapless June has no choice to go along with him in a series of crash-bang adventures with exploding cars, flying bullets and annoying smirks. Miller turns out to be a rogue government agent who's got his hands on a super-secret invention: an everlasting battery the size of a normal battery, which has all sorts of military implications. It's no spoiler to say that he keeps the battery hidden in a toy knight, and his real name is Knight, but this doesn't entirely explain the film's title, as June's surname is supposed to be Havens. It might as well be Whitfield, for all the sense this is going to make.
Over the course of the next few days, they become the target of a worldwide manhunt. Roy explains to June that the device is a C battery-sized perpetual energy source. He is a secret agent assigned to protect it but discovered that his partner, Agent Fitzgerald Peter Sarsgaard had planned on killing its inventor, Simon Feck Paul Dano and selling the device to terrorists. Roy has hidden Feck and taken the device to protect it and that is why everyone is after him. June is finally apprehended and all evidence shows that Roy had been lying to her. She sets up Roy but he escapes with the device.