Review: The Saxon Outlaw’s Revenge by Elisabeth Hobbes

The Saxon Outlaw’s Revenge by Elisabeth Hobbes

The Blurb


At the mercy of her enemy!

Abducted by Saxon outlaws, Constance Arnaud comes face to face with Aelric, a Saxon boy she once loved. He’s now her enemy, but Constance must reach out to this rebel and persuade him to save her life as she once saved his…

Aelric is determined to seek vengeance on the Normans who destroyed his family. Believing Constance deserted him, he can never trust her again. Yet, as they are thrown together and their longing for each other reignites, will Aelric discover that love is stronger than revenge?


The Review


The question, ‘Can Love Overcome Vengeance?’ It sure can!

What a book! Dark. Vivid. Heart-wrenching. And just darn satisfying. Brilliant! 


Our star-crossed lovers are twisted, pulled and pushed into situations beyond their control… But love always saves the day… Right?

Aleric Brunwulf is the name of our hopeful, innocent man-boy hero, who is ward to the merciless Robert (‘ward’ another name from prisoner, did you know?) But after he is cruelly pushed into manhood, leaving behind the innocent flushes of first love, and away from our heroine, Constance, he becomes ‘Caddoc the Fierce!’ 

A hero full of fire and spirit; set for vengeance. But can our heroine remind him that love is stronger than hate?

Constance Arnaud, a heroine with a twisted foot but no less able in mind nor spirit than the wildest of mares. Our heroine, is set to be broken and tamed by a line of masters but her spirit and courage are enough to bring her and Aleric out of the shadows and into the light. 

A tale both bitter and sweet.  A Medieval ‘Romeo & Juliet’ romance sure to rock your world. 

I loved both our heroine and hero.  Brilliant characters. Brilliant plot. And the secondary characters are well, shockingly brilliant. 5/5 stars from me, a highly recommended read.  

Go on, buy it here! You know you want to! The Saxon Outlaw’s Revenge 
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