Lady Robin Hood steals a knight's heart!
Heiress to her Irish clan, spirited Temair O'Keeffe forsakes her destiny to join a band of woodland outlaws who rob from the rich and give to the poor–those impoverished by her greedy father. So when a powerful English knight, Sir Ryland de Ware, is sent by the newly crowned King John to form an alliance by wedding Temair, Ryland's first quest is to find his runaway bride. Independent Temair doesn't wish to be found, but she can't abandon her clan to a land-hungry foreigner. So she boldly waylays her bridegroom in the forest and holds him captive, demanding her rightful title as ransom, unaware the irresistible knight intends to earn her trust, steal her heart, and claim her as his prize.
Origin Novella for Medieval Outlaws
Rogues, rapscallions, knaves, scoundrels, hellions, scallywags, blackguards, outcasts, and firebrands. They may be villains, but they're irresistible, and sometimes the right hero can steal their hearts and help them mend their wicked ways.
Length: 69,000 words = 324 pages
Rating: R-rated for passionate passages
In This Series
1211 – THE REIVER (a novella)
1250 – DANGER'S KISS
1391 – PASSION'S EXILE
1193 – DESIRE'S RANSOM
Key Themes: Medieval historical romance, stories set in Ireland, adventure stories, strong women, female Robin Hood, runaway bride, woodland thieves, band of outlaws, mistaken identity, marriage of convenience, suicide, captive, ransom, revenge, stories with dogs, Irish wolfhounds, stories with humor
More Historical Romances by Glynnis Campbell
The Warrior Maids of Rivenloch
THE SHIPWRECK (a novella)
A YULETIDE KISS (a short story)
The Warrior Daughters of Rivenloch
A RIVENLOCH CHRISTMAS (a short story)
The Knights of de Ware
THE HANDFASTING (a novella)
THE REIVER (a novella)
THE OUTCAST (a novella)
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Loved the characters. It made me laugh and smile throughout. Great series.
Erotic, Inspirational, Inspiring. Glynnis is a Rock Star. So much enjoyment. Beautiful characters. The Knights of DeWare and the Medieval Outlaw series come together. A copy of this book was provided to me by the author with no expectations or requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book and my comments here are my honest and sincere opinion!