Lady Danger



❮PDF❯ ✯ Lady Danger ⚣ Author Sarah McKerrigan – E17streets4all.co.uk Raised to fear no man, Deirdre of Rivenloch never backs down from a clash of steel or a threat to her lands and family But when she tricks Sir Pagan Cameliard into marrying her in order to save her yo Raised to fear no man, Deirdre of Rivenloch never backs down from a clash of steel or a threat to her lands and family But when she tricks Sir Pagan Cameliard into marrying her in order to save her younger sister, she s faced with a new kind of enemy a husband who would turn her resistance into a fire that heats her bloodand who would use all his cunning to make her cry his name in ultimate abandon For Pagan has made his own wedding vow he will best his sword wielding bride in the field by day and make hersurrender in his arms by night Her heart will be his even if it means being conquered by hers.Lady Danger

From McKerrigan is another pen name of GLYNNIS CAMPBELL When she isn t writing historical romance, she s the voice of several cartoon characters, the wife of a rock star, and the mother of two nerdy kidsShe started her eclectic career as a ballerina in her hometown of Paradise, California, where she became the city s Gold Nugget Queen She graduated from CSU Chico with a degree in Music with Distinction, singing arias by day and playing rock and roll at nightA lifelong love of towering castles, trusty swords, and knights and damsels in shining armor prompted Glynnis to try writing historical romance Her premiere novel, MY CHAMPION, was a finalist for a RITA award Her subsequent MY WARRIOR, MY HERO, and A KNIGHT S VOW received multiple awards and critical acclaimUnder the nom de plume of Sarah McKerrigan, Glynnis has written three medieval romance novels for Warner Books featuring kick ass warrior wenches LADY DANGER, CAPTIVE HEART, and KNIGHT S PRIZE.

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  • ebook
  • 368 pages
  • Lady Danger
  • Sarah McKerrigan
  • English
  • 16 January 2018

10 thoughts on “Lady Danger

  1. says:

    I don t normally rate or review books I don t finish, but since I couldn t find any other reviews that mention what bothered me, I thought I d do one for all those other readers like me.The story in general did seem interesting three sisters trying to keep their castle running and safe in face of possible invasion while hiding their father s mental incapacity.The problem was the romance The male lead rapes the female lead, but it is clear that the author doesn t view her own scene as rape, e I don t normally rate or review books I don t finish, but since I couldn t find any other reviews that mention what bothered me, I thought I d do one for all those other readers like me.The story in general did seem interesting three sisters trying to keep their castle running and safe in face of possible invasion while hiding their father s mental incapacity.The problem was the romance The male lead rapes the female lead, but it is clear that the author doesn t view her own scene as rape, either because she thinks rape can only happen through penile penetration or that it has to be physically violent to count.At the end of the scene, the reader is bombarded with praise, some by the victim herself, about the male lead being such a gentleman for only raping her with his hands and because he gave her a foot massage first.I stopped there about 1 3 through the book in disgust Maybe somehow the story redeems itself, but it s difficult for me to imagine how If you don t like stories where rape is treated as an act of seduction, then this book isn t for you

  2. says:

    This was one tough wench What an entertaining read this turned out to be I thought it would be just another cheesy freebie, but oh how wrong I was This book has it all A strong heroine A creative plot unlike anything I have read before A hot alpha male with some heart Sword fighting princesses who play by their own rules Excitement I never once grew tiresome of this plot No insta love it was nice seeing a relationship develop over time It even managed to have some humorous moments This was one tough wench What an entertaining read this turned out to be I thought it would be just another cheesy freebie, but oh how wrong I was This book has it all A strong heroine A creative plot unlike anything I have read before A hot alpha male with some heart Sword fighting princesses who play by their own rules Excitement I never once grew tiresome of this plot No insta love it was nice seeing a relationship develop over time It even managed to have some humorous momentsI was incredibly impressed with this read It was just fun and one of a kind Throw in the fact it was offered as a freebie and I am one happy camper I can t recommend this enough

  3. says:

    DNF 10% The book starts off with the hero spying on the warrior sisters while they re bathing, which makes him regret he didn t bed a woman he met at his last stop.When he s discovered, he blames the girls, for showing themselves so wantonly in public.Shortly after that, he decides he ll imprison Deirdre for challenging him after she found him spying on them as if the place didn t belong to her and her sisters until now, but him, by the way , and marry the quiet, innocent youngest sister, beca DNF 10% The book starts off with the hero spying on the warrior sisters while they re bathing, which makes him regret he didn t bed a woman he met at his last stop.When he s discovered, he blames the girls, for showing themselves so wantonly in public.Shortly after that, he decides he ll imprison Deirdre for challenging him after she found him spying on them as if the place didn t belong to her and her sisters until now, but him, by the way , and marry the quiet, innocent youngest sister, because she would be easy to manage and won t complain about him keeping as many mistresses as he pleases.Please tell me, how could someone like this guy How are we supposed to like him More reviews on my blogLipstick and Mocha

  4. says:

    Deirdre is one of three sisters known as the Warrior Maids of Rivenloch Good with the sword and other implements of war, she defends Castle Rivenloch along side her sister, Helena Deirdre, being the oldest, feels she must sacrifice herself as bride to the conquering Normans.Sir Pagan of Cameliard with his Norman knights have come at the King s request to secure Castle Rivenloch from the renegade English Pagan doesn t believe in maidens fighting in battle When he claims stewardship of the cas Deirdre is one of three sisters known as the Warrior Maids of Rivenloch Good with the sword and other implements of war, she defends Castle Rivenloch along side her sister, Helena Deirdre, being the oldest, feels she must sacrifice herself as bride to the conquering Normans.Sir Pagan of Cameliard with his Norman knights have come at the King s request to secure Castle Rivenloch from the renegade English Pagan doesn t believe in maidens fighting in battle When he claims stewardship of the castle, he also claims his bride among the Warrior Maids of Rivenloch.Deirdre and Pagan s Norman Scots battle rears its head in the marriage bed as well as the castle proper He plans a patient seige campaign of his wife But will the campaign work or will they remain warriors to the bitter end What will happen when the English attack Will the Warrior Maids of Rivenloch fight beside the Knights of Cameliard I found this novel captivating Deirdre and Pagan, along side the secondary characters Helena, Colin and Muriel, were well drawn and compelling The plot and subplots kept the reader turning pages The pace was just right for the action I look forward to the next book by Glynnis Campbell

  5. says:

    I tried getting into this one, I mean it mentioned bad ass warrior maidens and stubborn alpha hunks who fall hard for their ladies and I was sure it was going to be awesome Unfortunately the opening scene kind of set the mood for this one and it didn t whole heartedly improve by the end.The scene that started the downward spiral of disappointment for me is that the Hero spies the two sisters eventually sister 3 joins them while they are bathing naked in a lake pond or something He isn t alo I tried getting into this one, I mean it mentioned bad ass warrior maidens and stubborn alpha hunks who fall hard for their ladies and I was sure it was going to be awesome Unfortunately the opening scene kind of set the mood for this one and it didn t whole heartedly improve by the end.The scene that started the downward spiral of disappointment for me is that the Hero spies the two sisters eventually sister 3 joins them while they are bathing naked in a lake pond or something He isn t alone, of course his buddy is with him and we get the gist that the Hero is there to choose a bride among the sisters That doesn t bother me, I like reading about marriages of convenience that turn to love, but what I don t like is hearing the Hero along with his friend get hard ons for the sisters They basically make douche bag comments about how their both hot and basically interchangable I get their attractive but there is something just wrong about your guy lusting after your sister s and you in the same breathe I like a distinct line between rival attractions and I don t like reading about it happening between sisters.Another thing that I didn t like was that the Hero doesn t really do anything endearing or sweeet to win his lady He basically bullies her and threatens her and belittles her character because she chooses to be different I never could trust his affection or declaration of love because it all seemed centered on the sex I often wondered if the younger sister hadn t been timid and thus no longer stirred him sexually and if the middle sister hadn t disappeared for a large chunk of the story, would he have remained in love lust exclusively with the heroine There was nothing that showed me he wouldn t have traded her in for someone else it there was someone available He pretty much proved it when he groped that maid in the closet there he only stopped because of his pride, not so much for respect or guilt over the heroine wife.I don t care to read any of this trilogy

  6. says:

    Re ReadTaste Have Changed And Now I Hate It.Safety Gang view spoiler After Married The Hero Gropes Another Woman s Breast Grrr hide spoiler br br br br br br br br br br Re ReadTaste Have Changed And Now I Hate It.Safety Gang view spoiler After Married The Hero Gropes Another Woman s Breast Grrr hide spoiler

  7. says:

    Great fun to be had in this detail laden romance set in a Scots Borders castle The three daughters of the laird are stewarding the castle Rivenloch as their elderly father becomes increasingly bewildered The King of Scotland however decides that a Norman knight and his troop must be sent to hold the castle against English invaders, and this means marrying the knight to any of the girls in order that her people will be loyal All does not go smoothly A bit confusing as the Normans ruled Englan Great fun to be had in this detail laden romance set in a Scots Borders castle The three daughters of the laird are stewarding the castle Rivenloch as their elderly father becomes increasingly bewildered The King of Scotland however decides that a Norman knight and his troop must be sent to hold the castle against English invaders, and this means marrying the knight to any of the girls in order that her people will be loyal All does not go smoothly A bit confusing as the Normans ruled England at this time.The tale follows sword wielding Deirdre, eldest and chatelaine, who grudgingly weds Pagan and refuses to bed him The sexual tensions are played out through their armed sparring bouts and disagreements, Deirdre hating to give up commander status and her troops wary of the newcomers This is an adult romance with moderate strong language in keeping with the times I love all the medieval Scots references, like packed as tight as a barrel of herring which was very tight indeed, the Normans introducing Toledo steel swords from Spain, which were the finest in the world, and I ve seen a trebuchet fired at Warwick Castle so I go along with the description of its power As the book has been out a while the author may not mind my being picky Someone says his parents died suddenly of a murrain This was a cattle disease associated with the wet cold weather of the Little Ice Age particularly, but generally affecting livestock across Europe I suppose the parents might have died of hunger after their sheep or cattle died, but it seems to be stretching it for their son to say this when a fever, ague or pox meaning smallpox would answer Also a few times people go to the buttery for cheese or notice the smell of cheese there Again, it s always possible cheese was temporarily put there on this occasion, but a buttery was not a dairy The Norman French terms pantry and buttery, found in any castle, including Rivenloch, come from pain and bouttaile, bread and bottles Pantry for prepared food and buttery for ale, wine, mead etc The Butler ran the buttery and decanted the drink from casks into flagons for serving See In Search of Chester s Medieval Castle by Philip Jones fordetail Don t mind me, enjoy the swordfights and growing romance The next books will focus on each of the other sisters This is an unbiased review

  8. says:

    Strong Women Kick Serious ArseSo look, there was nothing earth shattering here But at the same time, there was nothing awful In fact, it s a totally well written book with adventure, ass kicking, strong women, strong men There was no arch villain twisting his mustache screaming You must pay the rent This was a book about relationships family, lovers, friends, serving wenches, warriors And I loved it Heroine what can I say Diedre had a few moments where I wanted to fist punch her thro Strong Women Kick Serious ArseSo look, there was nothing earth shattering here But at the same time, there was nothing awful In fact, it s a totally well written book with adventure, ass kicking, strong women, strong men There was no arch villain twisting his mustache screaming You must pay the rent This was a book about relationships family, lovers, friends, serving wenches, warriors And I loved it Heroine what can I say Diedre had a few moments where I wanted to fist punch her throat but few is the important word here She s strong, capable and has awesome heart She s all about family and keep Hero awesome Yep, Pagan what the hell is up with that Damn French , is awesome He s strong, he s got character and he s cunning, smart, patient and HONORABLE A good man, yes Sex Appeal are his two middle names Read this, enjoy it for what it is and don t look for any overarching message Just have some fun

  9. says:

    Marriage was man and wife, side by side as they were now, sharing life s adventures and battling its challenges together It was an alliance forged of the finest steel, tempered in the fires of adversity, and thus blessed by unrivaled strength Let me start by saying This was so much better than I anticipated I m gonna go ahead and confess that what I love the most about Historical Romance as a genre is that it s full of clich s and it rarely ever lets me down I know I m gonna have some Marriage was man and wife, side by side as they were now, sharing life s adventures and battling its challenges together It was an alliance forged of the finest steel, tempered in the fires of adversity, and thus blessed by unrivaled strength Let me start by saying This was so much better than I anticipated I m gonna go ahead and confess that what I love the most about Historical Romance as a genre is that it s full of clich s and it rarely ever lets me down I know I m gonna have some adventures, some laughs and a lot of aw moments I know I m not gonna have to do a lot of thinking or a lot of emotional processing, which is why I choose these novels when I m swamped with work or just can t deal with heavier reads.Anyways, back to Lady Danger which you can and SHOULD get for free on, let s start with the biggest clich breaker cover and blurp already anticipate damsels that, far from being in distress, are wearing shinning armours and willing to fight and die for those they love This is true to the point that even the sister that seemsfragile ends up being a complete bad ass and I would completely enjoy to read their stories When Deirdre marries Pagan to protect her younger fragile sister from a marriage without love, she ll find herself fighting the heardest battles proving her husband that she s cut out for the battlefield and not giving in to the strange feelings he awakes in her especially when he kisses her.On his behave, Pagan fears for his wife s life and strongly believes a woman s place is not in the arena He s commited to keep Deirdre safe even if that means breaking her most precious belonging to keep her from sparring her sword.As I said, this book was most enjoyable and if you re into the genre and would like a refreshing twist or two, this is definitely for you

  10. says:

    Deidre of Rivenloch is one of the most compelling, kick ass, medieval heroines that I have EVER come across Not only has she spent her entire life defending her family in their remote Scottish castle but she is now faced with the prospect of having to reluctantly dupe the shagtastic Sir Pagan Cameliard into marriage in order to spare her younger sister from the ordeal of marrying him ORDEAL What ordeal This guy is absolutely oozing sex appeal Unlike a lot of the hastily written bodice ripper Deidre of Rivenloch is one of the most compelling, kick ass, medieval heroines that I have EVER come across Not only has she spent her entire life defending her family in their remote Scottish castle but she is now faced with the prospect of having to reluctantly dupe the shagtastic Sir Pagan Cameliard into marriage in order to spare her younger sister from the ordeal of marrying him ORDEAL What ordeal This guy is absolutely oozing sex appeal Unlike a lot of the hastily written bodice rippers which currently dominate this chunk of the romantic fiction market, Campbell has successfully written a book which is not only well plotted, but absolutely brimming with characters that literally jump out of the page and grab you I even found the serving wenches to be feisty and interesting and thought they could easily have carried significant sub plots on their own.I LOVED Deidre s relationship with Pagan as well as her two sisters I read this book in one go last night and cannot wait to read the next two books in the series about her two sisters.The ONLY thing that I found fault with, and to be fair it actually made me chuckle was the author s use of the word Ballocks Being Californian, I guess she wasn t to know that the correct expression is actually Bollocks I also could have maybe done without the use of the word shite as while it is frequently used in modern day Scotland, I am not entirely convinced it would have been common place in the twelfth century As a brief aside, I am also confused why if the author is writing under a pseudonym, i.e Sarah McKerrigan she puts her own name first Surely the whole point of using a different name is so that you don t use your own name Anyway, download these books if you get a chance Also make sure that you look out for The Shipwreck The Warrior Maids of Rivenloch Novella which charts the tale of a lusty Viking and dates back to a time before the three sisters as it is currently free on

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