Lady Danger

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BOOK 1 FROM THE WARRIOR MAIDS OF RIVENLOCH TRILOGY
Damsels in shining armor!

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 crosses swords with her by day and lays siege to her heart by night. More
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About Glynnis Campbell

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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Review by: Hannah-Lee Hitchman on June 24, 2014 :
With a very strong heroine, who can say no to this book? It was action packed with a well written plot of passion, adventure and wit. The characters were well thought out, however only leaving me craving for more... :)
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Review by: Tj McKinnon on Jan. 24, 2014 :
This was a really well written book. It had suspense, it had strong women and best of all it had action.
I loved Deirdre, her strength and iron will was refreshing. She didn't fall over herself to please a man and stood her ground against his male ego.
Saying that, I still loved Pagan. He's everything we want a man to be, strong, masculine and protective. I liked how he learnt to be more sensitive.
I really recommend this book, the only gripe I had was it ended too soon for me!
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