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The Saxon Outlaws Revenge At The Mercy Of Her Enemy Abducted By Saxon Outlaws, Constance Arnaud Comes Face To Face With Aelric, A Saxon Boy She Once Loved He S Now Her Enemy, But Constance Must Reach Out To This Rebel And Persuade Him To Save Her Life As She Once Saved His Aelric Is Determined To Seek Vengeance On The Normans Who Destroyed His Family Believing Constance Deserted Him, He Can Never Trust Her Again Yet, As They Are Thrown Together And Their Longing For Each Other Reignites, Will Aelric Discover That Love Is Stronger Than Revenge


About the Author: Elisabeth Hobbes

Author for Harlequin Historical.Falling For Her Captor October 2014A Wager for the Widow July 2015The Blacksmith s Wife May 2016The Saxon Outlaw s Revenge December 2016Redeeming the Rogue Knight August 2017I grew up in York where I spent most of my teenage years wandering around the city looking for a handsome Roman or Viking to sweep me off my feet Sadly it never happened but I developed a love Author for Harlequin Historical.Falling For Her Captor October 2014A Wager for the Widow July 2015The Blacksmith s Wife May 2016The Saxon Outlaw s Revenge December 2016Redeeming the Rogue Knight August 2017I grew up in York where I spent most of my teenage years wandering around the city looking for a handsome Roman or Viking to sweep me off my feet Sadly it never happened but I developed a love of the past and went on to read History and Art History at university before venturing into the world of teaching These days I hold down jobs as a teacher and mum I live in Cheshire with my husband, two young children and two cats with ridiculous names I love historical fiction and have a fondness for dark haired, bearded heroes When I m not writing, I spend a lot of my spare time reading and have become something of a pro at cooking one handed while holding a book You can find me on Facebook and Twitterhttps www.facebook.com ElisabethHob and Twitter



10 thoughts on “The Saxon Outlaws Revenge

  1. says:

    Easily one of the best HQN Historicals I ve read thus far Lord Libertine Malcolm s Honor being my other faves While most medieval roms claim traditional imagery of castles, knights, chivalry, this one focuses on the gritty, dank, violent period of the Norman Conquest And while it doesn t involve Robin Hood per se, the grubby settings bitchy nobles grumpy peasants evoke a blue hued Robin of Sherwood stylethereby earning my eternal goodwill, a


  2. says:

    The question, Can Love Overcome Vengeance It sure can What a book Dark Vivid Heart wrenching And just darn satisfying Brilliant Our star crossed lovers are twisted, pulled and pushed into situations beyond their control But love always saves the day Right Aleric Brunwulf is the name of our hopeful, innocent man boy hero, who is ward to the merciless Robert ward another name from prisoner, did you know But after he is cruelly pushed into manhood, le


  3. says:

    Mills and Boon books have always been a guilty pleasure for me but it s only recently that I ve discovered and enjoyed some of their historical titles I loved The Blacksmiths Wife by Elisabeth Hobbes so I was really looking forward to her latest book The Saxon Outlaws Revenge But once I started to read I realised that my knowledge of that period of history was shockingly bad So off I went to that fabulous source of all information, the internet, to refres


  4. says:

    The Saxon Outlaw s Revenge by Elisabeth Hobbes is dark, intense yet vivid, and daring Ms Hobbes writes with insight and her research sheds light on an era where conflict and the battle for power have no limitation The scenes in this book burst to life through edgy dialogue, hair raising moments of violence but toned down with a strong bond be...


  5. says:

    FULL REVIEW POSTED AT www.anonymisses.com I can t get over how much I enjoyed this book To be perfectly honest, Medieval romance is a little out of the ordinary for me the gowns and gallantry of the Regency tend are irresistible to me but I was so happy to read Elisabeth Hobbes The Saxon Outlaw s Revenge.Hobbes story reads like a romance novel and historical adventure novel all rolled into one The relationship between Constance and Aeleric, long lost lovers divided by


  6. says:

    I sat down in the evening to read a couple of chapters of Elisabeth Hobbes book, The Saxon Outlaw s Revenge with my cocoa before I went to bed In the early hours of the next morning, I finished it There was no way, once I had started, that I could put it down.The story was page turning and fast paced, but even better than that, it felt real Not once did I think, that could not have happened, or, that s a strange thing for someone like that to do From the first pag...


  7. says:

    Elizabeth Hobbes has created a magical and atmospheric tale of loss, love and hope, I think what really makes this a winner for me is that the amount of historic detail, this isn t just your run of the mill love story, it is bloody and gory and you get a true sense of how dark and scary and difficult this era was The Saxon Outlaws Revenge, is brilliant Beautifully written, the best love story for an age, it is sexy, intelligent and one of those rare gems that can be enjoyed by not j


  8. says:

    Another grand slam for Elisabeth Hobbes This is the fourth book I have read by Ms Hobbes, and she gets better with each one The Saxon Outlaw s Revenge is her edgiest novel to date, with lots of undercurrents under its romantic surface As the title states, the hero, Aelric, is consumed with revenge for events in his past that are masterfully described by the author The reader immediately sides with the hero, feeling his pain and need for revenge Likewise with the heroine, Constance These ar


  9. says:

    Elisabeth Hobbes has done it again a highly compelling read that had me rooting for her two protagonists to the end Once again, the tightly constructed story is set against a very convincing historical context, something Hobbes excels at The two main characters are complex and highly plausible as they struggle against mounting difficulties and political tensions, and the supporting cast is used to such great effect by Hobbes as she creates a story of a love affair during the hardships of pos Elis


  10. says:

    This is a well written historical romance, with good major and minor characters that left me very pleasantly satisfied It is a good story, well told Both Aelric, as the Saxon of the title, and Constance, the heroine doughty and compelling in spite of her flaws, are well drawn characters.While I may fall well outside of Mills and Boon s usual demographic, I can recognize a good story when I pick it up I ll be looking out forof Ms Hobbes books in future.It ...


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