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Lady Outlaw (De Bron Saga, #2) Lady Rowena Has Nothing But Scorn For Kendrick De Baron, A Once Great Knight Hoping To Reclaim His Former Glory Under The Treacherous Rule Of Prince John For Rowena S Dedication To Injustice Runs Deep By Night, Dressed As A Lad, She Prowls The Countryside, Helping Robin Hood Perform His Deeds Of Daring However, She Soon Discovers That De Baron Is Not The Enemy She Despises Original.

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  • Paperback
  • 341 pages
  • Lady Outlaw (De Bron Saga, #2)
  • Kathryn Kramer
  • English
  • 08 June 2017
  • 0821755714

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10 thoughts on “Lady Outlaw (De Bron Saga, #2)

  1. says:

    A pleasant enough romantic romp through medieval England Unfortunately there isn t much to differentiate this novel from any of the dozens of other medieval romances on the shelves The heroine, Lady Rowena, is the typical feisty heroine who hates the restrictive life of a woman and goes adventuring d...

  2. says:

    This is the story of Lady Rowena Fitz Hugh a friend of Lady Marion since childhood and her love hate relationship with the knight Kendrick de Bron a friend of Robert Fitzooth aka RH since childhood The Sherwood gang are really the supporting cast to Lady Rowena and Kendrick and like most RH novels it is set in the late 12th century.Did I like this book A clue No Why In one word, I found it annoying And coincidently, annoying is one of the attributes of a Mary Sue I don t like that t This is the story of Lady Rowena Fitz Hugh a friend of Lady Marion since childhood and her love hate relationship with the knight Kendrick de Bron a friend of Robert Fitzooth aka RH since childhood The Sherwood gang are really the supporting cast to Lady R...

  3. says:

    Eh, I always have high hopes for Robin hood books and girls dressed like boys to kick ass this one was not much

  4. says:

    It thought the book was entertaining what I would call a romp with a strong heroine It was fun to read about Robin Hood as well..

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