An Earl for the Archeress
by E. Elizabeth Watson The Ladies of Scotland #1 Publication Date: July 24, 2017 Genres: Adult, Entangled: Select, Historical, Romance
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SYNOPSIS:Desperate for coin, Lady Mariel Crawford enters an archery contest as a boy but despite her unmatched skill she loses in a tie to the intriguing, frustrating, and very handsome Earl of Huntington. Robert of Huntington seems like any other young philanderer and Mariel, fleeing a cruel father, trusts no man. Yet Robert proves to have a softer side that threatens her resolve to remain alone and unattached. When Robert bests a young woman at a tourney, his curiosity deepens when he realizes she is the daughter of the ruthless Beast of Ayr. And when he learns that Mariel’s father conspires with the Sheriff of Nottingham Robert is compelled to protect her. Even if it means lying. Even if it means the only way he can save her is by marrying her. He’s willing to lose everything to guard the Scottish wildling who has pierced his heart.
ABOUT E. ELIZABETH WATSON
E. Elizabeth Watson writes historical romance and lives on a mountain in West Virginia with her sons, husband, and various pets. With degrees in Archaeology and Anthropology, Elizabeth instead began pursuing a career in fiction writing after earning an Honorable Mention in the 2013 Texas Observer short story completion, and making it to the quarter-finals in the 2014 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award contest. Prince of Lions, was published in January of 2016, and Son of Ballymead, the sequel, followed in February 2017. One Scottish Knight, her first novella, was released at the end of April, 2017. Her first two traditionally published novels, An Earl for the Archeress, and Maiden’s Defender, will be published by Entangled July 2017 and November 2017.
ENTER THE GIVEAWAY
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Stealing from the rich to give to the poor, Little John, Merry Men. Sound familiar? It should everyone over the age of ten knows the tale.
The tale you know is for children though. The Earl and the Archeress is not for children. While some of the characters may be the same and some of the story may be similar it tells a more in-depth version.
If you enjoy historical romance then I would recommend this book.
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