Monday, September 24, 2012
New Review: Marsha Canham’s ROBIN HOOD TRILOGY - Superb, Even Magical Stories!
THROUGH A DARK MIST is the first and tells the story of the Black Wolf of Lincoln and Lady Servanne de Briscourt and is set in the woods of Lincoln and at the Bloodmoor Castle in England. The Wolf, also known as Lucien Wardieu, abducts Servanne for ransom on his way to regaining his rightful name and saving a young heir to the throne. His lands were stolen by his bastard younger brother, the Dragon Lord of Bloodmoor Keep (Lady Servanne's betrothed), who thought he had killed his older brother in the Crusades. The Black Wolf is truly a drool worthy hero and Lady Servanne is a delicate beauty with a spine of iron. Just the kind of hero and heroine I like! His was a heart that couldn't be touched until Lady Servanne's courage and purity of heart captured him.
IN THE SHADOW OF MIDNIGHT is the story of the Wolf's cub, Eduard, and his red haired headstrong love, Lady Ariel de Clare, who will not be marrying the man King John has promised her to thank you. She has her own plans but even those go awry as her heart is captured by the Wolf's cub, Eduard FitzRandwulf d'Amboise, who has been tasked to transport her safely to a prince in Wales her father has agreed she'll marry instead of the King's man.
Since I couldn't put them down and I will be reading them again, they drew 5 stars from me. Marsha Canham has done it again!
The Robin Hood Trilogy:
THROUGH A DARK MIST
IN THE SHADOW OF MIDNIGHT
THE LAST ARROW