Lady Danger

Lady Danger

by Glynnis Campbell
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Lady Danger by Glynnis Campbell

Over 250,000 copies read worldwide!

The Warrior Maids of Rivenloch...Damsels in shining armor...riding to the rescue! Deirdre, Helena, and Miriel, three kick-arse Scots wenches known as The Warrior Maids of Rivenloch, aren't about to become any man's chattel, until they meet heroes who are strong enough to tame their wild ways and worthy enough to win their wayward hearts.

LADY DANGER: Book 1

Born to the blade and raised to fear no one, Deirdre of Rivenloch never shies away from a fight and never turns her back on a threat to her land or her family. But she's never met a man like Sir Pagan Cameliard, the bold and powerful knight who comes at the king's command to make a marriage alliance with Rivenloch. To save her younger sister, Deirdre tricks Pagan into marrying her instead, and now she faces a new kind of enemy who crosses swords with her by day and lays siege to her heart by night.

Book Details

  • A full-length novel originally published by Hachette, Inc.
  • Originally written under the pen name of Sarah McKerrigan
  • Revised by the author in 2012
  • R-rated for sensual passages
More Historical Romances by Glynnis Campbell
The Warrior Maids of Rivenloch
THE SHIPWRECK (a novella)
LADY DANGER
CAPTIVE HEART
KNIGHT'S PRIZE

The Knights of de Ware
THE HANDFASTING (a novella)
MY CHAMPION
MY WARRIOR
MY HERO

Medieval Outlaws
DANGER'S KISS
PASSION'S EXILE

Scottish Lasses
THE OUTCAST (a novella)
MacFARLAND'S LASS
MacADAM'S LASS

California Legends
NATIVE GOLD
NATIVE WOLF

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781938114281
Publisher: Glynnis Campbell
Publication date: 10/22/2016
Pages: 372
Product dimensions: 5.24(w) x 7.99(h) x 0.83(d)

About the Author

Glynnis Campbell is a USA Today bestselling author of swashbuckling action-adventure historical romances set in Scotland, England, and the American West, with over a dozen books published in six languages. She has won awards in the Orange Rose, Hearts through History, and Book Buyers Best contests and was a double finalist in the Romance Writers of America RITA Awards. Her books appear in several multi-author boxed sets with such esteemed talents as Bella Andre, Marie Force, Tanya Anne Crosby, Lauren Royal, Kathryn Le Veque, Eliza Knight, and Claire Delacroix. Writing from her California home, she loves playing medieval matchmaker and transporting readers to a place where the bold heroes have endearing flaws, the women are stronger than they look, the land is lush and untamed, and chivalry is alive and well!

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Lady Danger 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 74 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Well written but extremely slow and frustrating, the heroine is cruel to her husband, which makes very annoying to keep reading. If the other 2 are the same, I doubtly spend the money. It's no fun to be frustrated while you do something you enjoy as much as reading.
NavyWave62 More than 1 year ago
4.5 stars. This is one story that improves as you progress through to the end. I didn't care of Deirdre at in through over half of the book plus the beginning was drawn out. But oh, how it improves and the ending (battle) was so vividly written, I felt I should have a sword to help defend. The secondary character's are so richly written too. There is lovemaking, that happens (finally) within marriage. Pagan has the patience of a saint! I am not going into the storyline as others have explained it, but this is a unique storyline. I have my suspicions as to who the Shadow is, so will be completing the series so I can be sure, plus the next story seems to has to be filled with fire and brimstone, since it deals with sister number 2 and Colin. I read the Shipwreck first, which is the prequel to the sister's stories. As of now this book is free, and worth your time because of the last 1/3 of the book is amazing. (ljb)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The leading lady is a bit of a jerk. I'm all for strong women, but she was something else. However the story is pretty great.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I found this story to be an okay read. It is the first in a series of three but I think I will stop with the first. I use to devourer this type of story but my tastes have changed. If you enjoy story set in Scotland, using scenarios that are farfetched and a little dragged out you should enjoy this story.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Ok read. I would not have paid money for iit though.
Anonymous 3 months ago
Loved the book couldn’t put down. Loved the characters. Deidre got on last nerve but loved her spank. Pagan was such a patient man. He truly was honorable. Can’t wait to read Helena and Colin’s story. Very well written will recommend it.
Anonymous 6 months ago
Good book. I'm not good at writing reviews. Having said that, I ' ll say that this book is good and you will enjoy it.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The storyline was good if rather unrealistic and the characters were fairly well developed. I appreciate a strong female character but these girls were a bit too much. There was a lot of repetitiveness but, still it was an enjoyable read. This is book one in a series. There were a lot of loose ends which left the reader feeling the book ended before the story finished...not quite a stand alone book. I assume the whole story unfolds and reveals within the other books should you be enticed to purchase and read them...
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I got this book a while ago and it got lost in my library. I really loved the characters. This is one that I thought the male was so handsome. It was the way the characters were discribed. There wasn't a part of this story that was boring. I found the female was strong and they both were well matched. This was one of the best I have read
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Really good.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this book. I saw some who reviewed it said that the female lead was harsh and a b* itch to her husband. But when you think about it, how would you expect someone to act in a marriage that they didn't want, and when they feel that they are loading the power they once had. I feel she kept up her contempt long enough to seem believable, some books it seems that they comply too easily/ soon. I plan to look into the rest of the series by this author.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A wonderful book. Strong men and women united for a cause!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Definitely for more of teen readers but the story for it is AMAZING!!!!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Far fetched story but well written with interesting characters
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love a great historical romance, especially set in scottland. I even love a strong female lead. This is not a strong female lead, this is a cruel woman that does not know the meaning of compassion or love. You don't treat anyone you love the way this character does, it's borderline sadistic .
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Sam1219 More than 1 year ago
Lady Danger is the first of a trilogy of novels set in the 12th century Scottish Lowlands in the reign of King David. I confess, I devoured this entire novel in one sitting one rainy afternoon, curled up in front of a fire in my favorite reading chair, so my sheer enjoyment of it may be colored by the setting in which I read it. (That said, I read the majority of "Captive Heart," Book 2 in this series, in a doctor's office and enjoyed it just as much, so I suspect I would have enjoyed the first book just as much without the rain, the wine, the fire or my favorite chair.) This light-hearted, fast-paced historical romance was an utterly enchanting read--the perfect entertainment for a quiet afternoon. While not the weighty, intellectual fare of Crime and Punishment or The Doll House, Lady Danger's strong female lead kept me entralled as the entire novel unfolded and left me eager for the rest of the novels in the trilogy. In Lady Danger, we meet the Warrior Maids of Rivenloch, three sisters who cooperate to keep their land and people well in their piece of heaven in the chaos that reigns across the border under the regin of King Stephen. Rivenloch survives and prospers in peace, until word comes that King David has granted the keep and one of them as a bride to Norman knight Sir Pagan Cameliard as reward for his service in the Crusades and for his loyalty in times to come. Certain that she is the one with the strength needed to "manage" Pagan so that the sisters can continue to run Rivenloch for their aging and incapacitated father, Deirdre is determined to sacrifice herself what she is certain will be an unwanted marraige. But from their very first meeting, sparks fly between Pagan and Deirdre and Pagan. Unwilling to be "managed," yet drawn irresistably to Deirdre all the same, Pagan, at first, has trouble reconciling his own ideas of what marriage should look like with the strong, beautiful, independent woman he has married; however, through sometimes heartrending, sometimes hilarious plot twists and turns, Pagan and Deirdre forge a union that ensures the future of Rivenloch will be both strong and eventful. Previous reviewers of this novel bemoan the lack of strict adherence to the historical record in the details of Lady Danger. In my opinion, Glynnis Campbell's work is well researched, and where possible, both events and characters conform to what is known, but there is a great deal more about this time period that we don't know. I applaud Campbell's use of artistic license in these cases to fill in imagined, yet realistic detail to render a vivid portrait of clan life in Medieval Scotland. For those who are looking for more scholarly, footnoted works, may I refer you away from historical romance literature and over the nonfiction literature? In my opnion, if you are expecting strict adherence to historic detail and timelines, you should be disappointed if you read literature in this genre. Lady Danger is a delightful work of historical fiction that delivers all the imagination, romance and colofully rendered versimilitude the genre promises. I thoroughly enjoyed this novel and look forward to reading more from this author.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
of rollicking Scottish/Norman fun. A different take on antagonism turning into mutual respect and love, this is a worthwhile read
knholmes4 More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I liked this read kept me interested
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Felt rushed at the end and it's part of a series. Lots of unanswered questions.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great heroes