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Queen of the May

(Mandeville #2)

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In a time of treacherous rulers and intrepid outlaws...

She lives among the outlaws of Sherwood forest, a beauty as ethereal and fathomless as the Wildwood itself. Yet not even her faithful friends Robyn and Marian can shield Giselle from the harsh laws of King John, or the secret enemy determined to take her life.

...A bold knight and a mysterious maiden discover the passio
Mass Market Paperback, 346 pages
Published June 1st 1997 by Zebra Lovegram
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Poorly written, insta-love ridden garbage with piss poor characters.

Seriously, I hate these two! They're idiots who almost instantly fall in lust/love and are totally obsessed with each after like 2 days. That's not love. True love takes time, getting to truly know and respect each as friends and lovers.

This is just two morons who like to fuck like bunnies and call it love.

Giselle is the most annoying and whiny excuse of a "heroine" who thinks it's ok to fondle someone's chest when they're hur
♥ Vonda M. Reid ♥
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Overall Rating: 3.90 // Action: 4 / Emotion: 3.5 / Romance: 4 / Sensuous: 1 / Suspense: 3 // Medieval Flavor: 3 / Laughter: 1 / Teary: 2

Enjoyed Queen of the May, the second book of "The Mandeville Trilogy" by Denée Cody more than the first book because: {1} Alexander and Giselle's story was more enjoyable; {2} had more action and adventure scenes; {3} included Stephan and Julianna; and {4} had interesting supporting characters. This book, however, had some of the same drawbacks as the first book
Jun 28, 2013 rated it did not like it
Shelves: rh-fiction
One and a half stars.

Robin and the Merries tend to be the supporting characters in most historical romance. This novel is no exception.
The one redeeming feature is the author does rework the plots of a couple of the ballads.
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