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Lady Danger (2012)

by Glynnis Campbell(Favorite Author)
3.92 of 5 Votes: 2
Glynnis Campbell
The Warrior Maids of Rivenloch
review 1: I have to admit I was pleasantly surprised with this book - the first I have read by Ms Campbell. The book opens with Deirdre and her sister Helena bathing with some men hiding in the bushes sneaking a peek. The girls have been raised by their father to be warriors and they prove to be just that. The men turn out to be none other than the new steward of the keep and his trusted second. Pagan, a Cameliard knight who was given the Rivenloch keep and its people to oversee as well as the right to marry one of the 3 daughters of Lord Rivenloch. Can Pagan tame his fiery bride and insinuate his wishes on the people of Rivenloch. The story also lays the ground work has been laid for the stories of the other 2 sisters which should prove to be a entertaining as this... more one.
review 2: Sir Pagan Cameliard was given a Scot's holding and a wife by King David. Deirdre and her sister Helena was known as the Warrior Maids of Rivenhock and were raised to take a sword like any man. Their sister Miriel was like their mother, docile and delicate. they knew she couldn't marry she was too young. Deirdre took Miriel's place and was hidden, but Pagan had noticed who it was and played along. Since they butt heads, she is a warrior of her keep along with Helena. Pagan wanted to marry the meek non confrontational sister, but knew he really want Deirdre. Their marriage should be an interesting one, they both thought separately.I love this book and can't wait to read about the other two sisters. You won't be disappointed in this book. less
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Final feeling: irritating characters, plot lacked believability
Fighting, bold ladies!!! Not afraid to fight or to love!!!
A light, funny and refreshingly unique read!
Great historical romance. Enjoyed the book.
2.5 stars
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