Redeeming the Rogue Knight

Redeeming the Rogue Knight The spy who sought refuge When injured spy Sir Roger Danby comes asking for shelter at her inn Lucy Carew is wary He may be strikingly handsome but the disgraced single mother has learned the hard w

  • Title: Redeeming the Rogue Knight
  • Author: Elisabeth Hobbes
  • ISBN: 9780373299461
  • Page: 435
  • Format: Paperback
  • The spy who sought refuge When injured spy Sir Roger Danby comes asking for shelter at her inn, Lucy Carew is wary He may be strikingly handsome, but the disgraced single mother has learned the hard way with men like him Against her better judgment, she gives him refuge Sir Roger has never been at the mercy of a woman before, and he s never met one as mysterious andThe spy who sought refuge When injured spy Sir Roger Danby comes asking for shelter at her inn, Lucy Carew is wary He may be strikingly handsome, but the disgraced single mother has learned the hard way with men like him Against her better judgment, she gives him refuge Sir Roger has never been at the mercy of a woman before, and he s never met one as mysterious and bewitching as Lucy He hasn t come looking for redemption, but Lucy is a woman who could reach in and touch his closely guarded heart

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    About " Elisabeth Hobbes "

  • Elisabeth Hobbes

    Author for Harlequin Historical.Falling For Her Captor October 2014A Wager for the Widow July 2015The Blacksmith s Wife May 2016The Saxon Outlaw s Revenge December 2016Redeeming the Rogue Knight August 2017I grew up in York where I spent most of my teenage years wandering around the city looking for a handsome Roman or Viking to sweep me off my feet Sadly it never happened but I developed a love of the past and went on to read History and Art History at university before venturing into the world of teaching These days I hold down jobs as a teacher and mum I live in Cheshire with my husband, two young children and two cats with ridiculous names I love historical fiction and have a fondness for dark haired, bearded heroes When I m not writing, I spend a lot of my spare time reading and have become something of a pro at cooking one handed while holding a book You can find me on Facebook and Twitterfacebook ElisabethHob and Twitter twitter ElisabethHobbes

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  • The hero was the villain in an earlier story (The Blacksmith's Wife) and he was loathsome. Not over the top evil. More DudeBro - he tries to "c'mon baby" the heroine into bed while casually dismissing her and when she settles into marriage with his half-brother he comes slinking back around like the worst sort of alley cat. So yeah. Roger has a long ways to go in the redemption department.The author manages to pull it off - mainly because she doesn't morph him into a choir boy. Instead she pairs [...]


  • This is the second book that I have read of Elisabeth's, and she promised me that I would like this book more than the The Saxon's Outlaw Revenge, for a introduction to Medieval romances it was a bit gory. Well not only do I like this book I love it, and can't wait to read more.I'm not going to do my normal blog on a book, because if I do then they would be a lot off spoilers.The characters are wonderful, Lucy is strong well she has to be being a single mother to a little boy, and Roger who has [...]


  • I have always been a closet Mills and Boon fan and the historical fiction books are always worth a look especially those of the less well known periods of history for me. Elisabeth Hobbes is my favourite author in this genre so I’m always delighted when her newest book is launched. And this time I had even more to rejoice about as this is book two in the Danby brother series and I was curious to find out what had happened to Roger after we left him in The Blacksmith’s Wife  so it was grea [...]


  • Our hero, Sir Roger Danby was given an unforgettable introduction in his brother's, Hal's, story 'The Blacksmith's Wife' and I confess I didn't think this knight was redeemable - boy was I wrong. I went from completely loathing him to cooing and swooning all over him! Roger is stripped bare of all the things he deems his right and privilege to have; he is vulnerable and in this time of vulnerability his true-self is revealed and damn, it's quite a revelation! Roger becomes stronger by allowing h [...]


  • Roger is well and truly a wolf, a dominant leader of the pack he is a masculine and insatiable man, who is very self-assured and über confident – even when wounded, he still ultra charming, if on the verge of egotistical.Lucy has an awful lot on her shoulders, she is practically ostracized by her village due to the fact that she is a single, unwed mother. She is raising her son, brewing the ale and running the inn after the death of her father and to protect her son and her livelihood she wil [...]


  • Received arc in return for an honest review, naughtiness 3Knowing some of my friends had recommended this book to me, I was delighted to be offered the honour of reading it, I can honestly say that I have not read a huge number of medieval romances but the ones I have read, including this I absolutely adore, I will most definitely be collecting more of Elisabeth's books this is the first of Elisabeth's books I've read it certainly won't be the last.As always I will not give spoilers as its not f [...]


  • What happens when a man who is every bit of a rogue finds his match in a single mother who stirs his soul? Will this be a match made in heaven? Sir Roger is a womanizer and a scoundrel who'll bed any woman the first chance he can get. But things get rough and chaotic when his partner Thomas, does the unthinkable and spends the night in the bed of Katherine Harpur. Now men are after them and Roger gets injured along the way. They ride to Thomas's house where his sister, Lucy Carew helps them. Rog [...]



  • All reviews posted originally on the blog: romancerehab/I have a little confession, folks. I haven’t read historical romance in a really long time. And even back in the old days when I did read a ton of historical romance, my comfort zone was the Western historicals. (Nobody’s Darling by Teresa Medeiros is and will ALWAYS be one of my all-time favs) Why’d I give up on the category, you ask? Frankly, I got a little bored with rakish earls, viscounts, and dukes. I also got tired of having to [...]


  • I was given a copy of the book ahead of publication in return for an honest review.We first met Sir Roger Danby, the devilishly dashing knight, in The Blacksmith's Wife. In his first outing, he was a conniving, arrogant knight and the wonderful Elisabeth Hobbes had created a truly unlikeable character. Redeeming the Rogue Knight, however, allows Sir Roger to take centre stage and we see him as we've never seen him beforeWe rejoin him in the house of Lord Harpur, where he and Thomas Carew are sta [...]


  • After reading The Blacksmith's Wife it's safe to say I was intrigued by Roger's character and I couldn't wait to see how his story would turn out. Now I know that it is the second book in The Danby Brothers series but I still think it works well as a standalone. However I think it is worth reading the series from the start just so you get to read Joanna and Hal's story.I really enjoyed both books for different reasons but in this story I loved the feisty interactions between Lucy and Roger. Thei [...]


  • Redeeming The Rogue Knight is a medieval historical romance. Roger Danby and Thomas Carew have been earning a living as mercenary fighters in France. They are currently in Cheshire delivering a message from the King, who requests more troops for the war.Roger and Thomas are forced to make a hasty departure from the house of Lord Harper due to an indiscretion with the Lord’s daughter. Injured by an arrow, Thomas takes Roger to safety at his family inn. Since Thomas has been away, his father has [...]


  • If you want sex in your romance book, skip this one. There are only chaste kisses. Personally, I want the sex, so I knocked it down a star. I knocked this story down another star for the constant quotes in dialogue without recognizing who said what--I hate it when authors do that! It really bugs me when I have to guess at who made the quoted comment.The story moves along pretty well, and I liked how the author brought up the double standards of how women are treated in society. This is an issue [...]


  • After reading The Blacksmith’s Wife I was intrigued to hear the Elisabeth Hobbes had decided to write Roger’s story. He was such an unlikeable character in that first book and I really wanted to know how he could become hero material without it seeming unrealistic. Hobbes, however, pulls this off admirably and Roger is the same, arrogant man but as we get to know him better his redemption is convincing. The mediaeval period detail is fascinating and the scene at the local fair with its joust [...]


  • I'd been lucky to get hold of an advance copy and this is another fantastic novel from Elisabeth Hobbes - from the off, I loved Lucy and Roger as romantic protagonists. Lucy is a strong-willed single mother who has learnt to her cost that women are often at a disadvantage in a male world of commerce and violence. She is more than a match of Roger, who we had first met in Hobbes' brilliant The Blacksmith's Wife, and without giving any spoilers, I really enjoyed seeing his character develop into a [...]


  • I have read all of Elizabeth's books, and enjoyed them all. This one though is probably my favourite. Why? Elizabeth’s skill is in presenting two characters who are both antagonistic to each other, until a gradual understanding and attraction builds between them. In this book, the story is almost in reverse. They start with a strong attraction, and for their personal reason fight against it all through the story until Well I’ll let you find out the ending.



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