Bound by Honor: An Erotic Novel of Maid Marian

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From the acclaimed author of Master comes the tale of a woman of legend, caught in a dark forest of intrigue, desire, and lust.

Maid Marian, now Lady of Leaford, is sent to the court of Prince John-not to take part in the debauchery of his Court of Pleasure, but to spy on him for his mother. Little does she know that her secret mission will thrust her into a whirlwind of intrigue, terror, and carnal temptations.

At court, Marian is torn between...

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Overview

From the acclaimed author of Master comes the tale of a woman of legend, caught in a dark forest of intrigue, desire, and lust.

Maid Marian, now Lady of Leaford, is sent to the court of Prince John-not to take part in the debauchery of his Court of Pleasure, but to spy on him for his mother. Little does she know that her secret mission will thrust her into a whirlwind of intrigue, terror, and carnal temptations.

At court, Marian is torn between her duty to the queen and her desire for two men: one, the mysterious highwayman the peasants call Robin Hood, and the other, the dark, cold Sheriff of Nottingham. Given an impossible choice, she must submit to the carnality of Prince John's court in order to fulfill her duty and maintain her honor. But in the end, there is only one man for whom she will risk her life and give her heart.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780451226839
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated
  • Publication date: 5/5/2009
  • Pages: 352
  • Sales rank: 643,714
  • Product dimensions: 5.30 (w) x 7.90 (h) x 0.90 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 30, 2010

    Would have read

    Well sounded like a book I would read until I read a review from someone who already read it and ruined it by telling who maid Marion picks.

    3 out of 10 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted April 6, 2009

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    Fans will enjoy the sexual heating of Robin Hood.

    Knowing Lady Marian of Morlaix comes from the Nottingham area, Eleanor of Aquitaine sends her to spy on her son Prince John at his notorious depraved Court of Pleasure. Although she has distastes for her surveillance mission, Marian looks forward to seeing some long time friends. To her shock two of them Robin of Loxley and Sir William of Wendeval are adversaries on opposite sides of the law; the former is an outlaw and the latter the sheriff assigned to catch him.----------

    Meanwhile John wants Marian in his bed. Whereas Will protects her from the Prince, Robin steals kisses though he admits he loves someone else. As Will and Marian fall in love, she wonders how to avoid John's depravity while accomplishing what Eleanor sent her to do.----------

    Putting a couple of ingenious twists to the Robin Hood Legend yet maintaining the core tale, Colette Gale provides an enjoyable medieval erotic romance. The cast is terrific as John is a lecher, Robin a heroic highwayman, Will a cold sheriff, and Marian who touches each of these men competing for her affection. Fans will enjoy the sexual heating of Robin Hood.------

    Harriet Klausner

    1 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted November 12, 2012

    I thought this book was better than Unmasqued and Master even th

    I thought this book was better than Unmasqued and Master even though the ending was a little rushed.

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  • Posted January 2, 2012

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    A love letter to Alan Rickman's Sheriff

    Colette has spun a wonderfully sexy retelling of the Robin Hood story. She does brooding oh, so well! Sensational story, fabulous ending, everyone got what they desired (except maybe John)! I will probably never think of living statues the same way again. As a longtime fan of Robin Hood, there was no way I could pass up a chance to read Bound by Honor. I was awed by Collette Gale's fantastic research and characterizations. Her writing is movie-picture perfect, depicting every scene, physical trait and nuance with razor-sharp precision and crisp detailing. Knowing Lady Marian of Morlaix comes from the Nottingham area, Eleanor of Aquitaine sends her to spy on her son Prince John at his notorious depraved Court of Pleasure. Although she has distastes for her surveillance mission, Marian looks forward to seeing some longtime friends. To her shock two of them Robin of Loxley and Sir William of Wendeval are adversaries on opposite sides of the law; the former is an outlaw and the latter the sheriff assigned to catch him. Meanwhile John wants Marian in his bed. Whereas Will protects her from the Prince, Robin steals kisses though he admits he loves someone else. As Will and Marian fall in love, she wonders how to avoid John's depravity while accomplishing what Eleanor sent her to do. Putting a couple of ingenious twists to the Robin Hood Legend yet maintaining the core tale, Colette Gale provides an enjoyable medieval erotic romance. The cast is terrific as John is a lecher, Robin a heroic highwayman, Will a cold sheriff, and Marian who touches each of these men competing for her affection. As I read this story from chapter two I saw Alan Rickman in my head as the sheriff and from there I was lost¿..Fans will enjoy the sexual heating of Robin Hood.

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