I am looking for a good intermediate introduction to Euclidean Geometry. I have knowledge of ordinary differential equations (first course), elementary linear algebra, and multivariable calculus. My geometry foundation is rather weak and I would like to improve it. I purchased Kisselev Geometry which is a very good book. The problem is it is not very good because it lacks an answer key. In my opinion this is a better book used for when one has understanding of geometry and wants to improve what one knows. A bridge between euclidean geometry and non euclidean geometry. I have worked half way through the book but I can not check my intuition. Often I am left wondering if I truly solved a problem and spend a lot of time thinking through it. Any suggestions? Currently not looking for the ELEMENTS (Later I will complete this book).