Lady Danger

Raised to fear no man, Deirdre of Rivenloch never backs down from a clash of steel or a threat to her lands and family. But when she tricks Sir Pagan Cameliard into marrying her in order to save her younger sister, she’s faced with a new kind of enemy: a husband who would turn her resistance into a fire that heats her blood…and who would use all his cunning to make her cry his name in ultimate abandon. For Pagan has made his own wedding vow. he will best his sword-wielding bride in the field by day and make hersurrender in his arms by night. Her heart will be his.. even if it means being conquered by hers.

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3 Comments

  1. 3 and 1/2 stars – Lighter Scottish Historical with Three Warrior Sisters I suppose I should say at the outset that I prefer the deep historicals, the ones that reflect the history of Scotland with characters that could have lived then experiencing believable hardships and challenges on the way to love. I knew from the first few pages this was not one of those. So, I readjusted my thinking and accepted this is lighter fare. 

  2. Surprised and impressed. Seems like I’ve been reading a lot of really poorly written period romances lately while I wait for the next offerings from Mary Balogh, Lisa Kleypas and Stephanie Laurens. I’d about given up trying anyone new after so many disappointments. But after reading the blurb about this book, I couldn’t resist and boy, am I glad I didn’t. Great original characters, great stories, great writing, great everything! I quickly bought the follow-up book, “Captive Heart” (Colin and Helena’s story), and…

  3. Great, Independent Heroine who Stands Up For Herself This is exactly the type of story I adore. The woman is not a shrinking violet that screams and waits for a guy to rescue her. She doesn’t pine away in a tower, watching the world drift by because she’s too feeble to actually take control of her own life. Instead, she picks up her sword, grabs the dagger out of her boot, and takes a stand for what she believes in. 

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