Review of “Lord of Sherwood” – Laura Strickland

(The Guardians of Sherwood Trilogy Book 3)
 

Curlew Champion, master archer, has always known his destiny. With his cousin, Heron Scarlet, he will become a guardian of Sherwood Forest and further his people’s fight against Norman tyranny. But the third member of the triad is still to be revealed, the woman who will complete the magical circle and, perhaps, answer the longing in Curlew’s heart.

Anwyn Montfort has fled disgrace in Shrewsbury and come to Nottingham at her father’s bidding. He wishes her to make a good marriage and settle down. But the wildness that possesses her refuses to quiet. She knows she’s been searching for something all her life, but not until she glimpses Curlew does her spirit begin to hope it has found its home.

Only the magic of Sherwood can bring them together, and only their union can complete the spell woven so long ago…

 

PURCHASE LINKS:  KINDLE / PAPERBACK
 
 
 
(review request submitted by the author for an honest critique)
 
This tale was worthy of being a story arc on the highly acclaimed hit show Once Upon A Time. It had twists and turns which kept the storyline flowing at a nice pace. It also had true love for the romantics in us all. 
 
I must note though……


Even though Amazon has this book listed as a historical romance and not fantasy, there was magic involved which helped in the battle with the villain threatening their lives. Actually, magic was a focal point of this story.


 And, of course, there was a HEA because (as we all know) LOVE CONQUERS ALL!! 
 
Heart Rating System – 1 (lowest) and 5 (highest) 
Score:❤❤❤❤

 

PURCHASE LINKS: KINDLE / PAPERBACK



 
CHECK OUT THESE OTHER TALES IN THE GUARDIANS OF SHERWOOD SERIES!!

 


 
Daughter of Sherwood  (Book 1):  KINDLE / PAPERBACK
 

Champion of Sherwood (Book 2):  KINDLE / PAPERBACK



 
Born and raised in Western New York, Laura Strickland has pursued lifelong interests in lore, legend, magic and music, all reflected in her writing. Though her imagination frequently takes her to far off places, she is usually happiest at home not far from Lake Ontario with her husband and her “fur” child, a rescue dog. Author of Scottish romances Devil Black and His Wicked Highland Ways as well as The Guardians of Sherwood Trilogy consisting of Daughter of Sherwood, Champion of Sherwood and Lord of Sherwood, she has also published two Steampunk romances, Dead Handsome: a Buffalo Steampunk Adventure and Off Kilter: a Buffalo Steampunk Adventure and two Christmas novellas: The Tenth Suitor and Mrs. Claus and the Viking Ship. Her Lobster Cove Historical Romance, The White Gull, is followed by a Lobster Cove novella, Forged By Love.

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  1. I don't do historicals but these sound great. I will tell my friends who do read them about these. Thank you for sharing!!!!

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