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message 1: by Aly is so frigging bored (last edited Nov 07, 2010 12:10PM) (new)

Aly is so frigging bored | 857 comments Mod
Why do men think that ALL women know how to cook?
One of my favorite books. It’s a mix between romance, fantasy, historical… And it continues Arthur’s legend, after his defeat at Camlann, so it has a drop of Celtic myths. Hope you enjoy.


“Why so glum?”
She looked up at Hero’s voice to see him and the brothers approaching the fire. He was carrying a small string of three hares. His armor was gone again, and he was dressed in black leather breeches and a thin leather jerkin.
“We were just discussing the uselessness of life,” Blaise said, pushing himself up from the ground.
Hero dropped the hares by the fire. “No wonder. That’s enough to depress even the manic.”
Heroine rose more slowly as Merrick and Derrick eyed her.
“It’ll be good to have a woman’s cooking again.”
She arched a brow at that. “I can’t cook.”
Merrick scoffed. “Of course you can. All women are good cooks.”
“No, we’re not. I was a princess in Mercia and have been a servant to Narishka ever since. I’ve never cooked anything in my life.”
Hero pulled out a small dagger. “I can make do.”
Blaise snorted as he held his hand out for the weapon. “And I happen to be a great cook, so before you burn it or poison me with undercooked meat, let me do it.”
Hero handed over the dagger. “No arguments from me.”
Derrick screwed his face up. “This better be worth eating, mandrake.”
“Can you do better?”
“No,” Merrick said at the same time Erik chattered, “He can’t cook for shit. None of us can.”
Erik rolled over onto his back and feigned a violent, choking death.
Merrick gestured at the ferret. “Exactly.”
“Oh shut up both of you,” Derrick snarled.
Blaise cut the hares free from the string. “Make yourselves useful while I skin these and go get more firewood.”
Grumbling, they obliged.



message 2: by Okie (new)

Okie (okieb) | 2123 comments Mod
This one sounds So familiar. I'm probably going to be thinking about it all night. lol!


message 3: by Kasey (new)

Kasey | 560 comments Mod
I am pretty sure I have never read this.


message 4: by Melany (new)

Melany (azingirlygirl) | 49 comments nope, never read this


message 5: by Kimberly (new)

Kimberly | 10 comments I don't know it, but it sounds good.


message 6: by Dls (new)

Dls | 2102 comments Mod
I am sure I haven't read it. Nice choice!


message 7: by Monica (new)

Monica | 548 comments Mod
I haven't read this either!


Aly is so frigging bored | 857 comments Mod
Glad you liked it... I'll post the author and title tomorrow.


message 9: by Janga (new)

Janga | 1070 comments Mod
I don't think I've read it either. Interesting!


message 10: by Aly is so frigging bored (last edited Nov 09, 2010 06:04AM) (new)

Aly is so frigging bored | 857 comments Mod
The book is Knight of Darkness by Sherrilyn Kenyon, this is the 2nd in the Lords of Avalon series. I can't wait for the next book in the series, in January I think it's out.


message 11: by Kimberly (new)

Kimberly | 10 comments Ahhh, I heard she was good, never read her.


message 12: by Monica (new)

Monica | 548 comments Mod
Kimberly!!!! You MUST read her!!!!


message 13: by Kasey (new)

Kasey | 560 comments Mod
I have never read her either. It sounds interesting though.


message 14: by Melany (new)

Melany (azingirlygirl) | 49 comments i like her historicals as kinley macgregor
especially born in sin.
i loveeee that book!


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