Supernal Friends Publishing
2011 @ Dana Taylor
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Winner of the "Great Expectations" and "Gotcha" contests of the Romance Writers of America
Courageous, captivating, cunning—the Royal Rebel leads her band of freedom fighters against the tyranny of Prince John. Inspired by the legend of Robin Hood, Royal Rebel twists a familiar tale into a fresh, romantic adventure. Robin, the secret daughter of King Richard, fights injustice as she awaits her father’s return from the Crusades. Joining forces with arrogant knight extraordinaire, Sir Simon of Loxley, the two undertake a mission to save the kingdom. Filled with humor, whimsical imagination, and romance—Royal Rebel will capture your heart.
(Previously published as “Princess Robin.”)
Praise and Reviews
From Amazon Customers
I really enjoyed this book (2nd I've read from Ms Taylor) and once again she had me laughing so hard I cried! It was a nice face paced book that I didn't want to put down until I finished! I loved the Robin Hood twist and was happy to see the characters I knew from Robin Hood in Princess Robin in a different light.
From Adrienne Prince:
I have read several of Dana Taylor's books and enjoyed them all. She always has a fresh voice and a way of seeing things that is mythic, yet also immediate and insightful... She deftly weaves a tight and consistent plot line right along with the emotional and even spiritual insights of the characters.
The erotic scenes are portrayed with humor, romance and real understanding of intimacy, esp from a woman's point of view. Excellent job, overall!
The book was generously long, but I was still sad when it was over.
Dana Taylor writes uplifting stories filled with inspiration and humor. Born and raised in California, she graduated from the University of Redlands. She has been published in vari More...
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