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Lady Valiant (St. John Family #1)

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Once Mary, Queen of Scots, had been her closest friend. Now Thea Hunt was determined to pay back the queen's kindness--by journeying to Scotland to warn her away from a treacherous marriage. But in the thick of an English forest, Thea suddenly finds herself set upon by thieves ... and chased down by a golden-haired highwayman who'd still her struggles--a
Paperback, Fanfare, 321 pages
Published July 1993 by Bantam Books
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Ana T.
Elizabethan stories always seem to include lots of spies, plots to help or undermine the queen and this one is no exception. It is a sequel to Lady Defiant (a sequel to one of my favourite Elizabethans, Lady Gallant) and as the previous book it doesn't come close to the first book.

Common to all 3 books is the love / hate relationship between the main characters. The heroes believe the heroines to be spies trying to harm Queen Elizabeth and they do their best to hurt, imprison and control them. H
♥ Vonda M. Reid ♥
Overall Rating: 4.15 // Action: 4 / Emotion: 3 / Romance: 3 / Sensuous: 1 / Suspense: 3 // Historical Flavor: 4.5 / Laughter: 2 / Tears: 0

All in all, Lady Valiant , unfurls all the characteristics that make for a fun, entertaining, interesting read. {1} A multi-layered angst-filled hero, who is alpha, hunky, charismatic and determined to win the day. {2} An independent, stubborn, broken-hearted heroine who is determined to chart her own path, not to be used by any man. {3} Plenty of exciting ac
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