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The Prince and I (Paperback) by Karen Hawkins

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From New York Times bestselling author Karen Hawkins, the lively and sizzling second book in a new fairytale-based Scottish historical romance series, The Princes of Oxenburg.

Gregori Romanovin, Oxenburg?s warrior prince, is escorting his grandmother to a house party deep in the Highlands when he and his entourage are robbed at sword point by a group of ruffians led by a man the locals have dubbed ?The Scottish Robin Hood.? The battle-savvy prince instantly realizes there?s something different about this thief, and it?s not just the Scottish accent?it?s the fact that ?he? is really a ?she.?

Lady Murian, a young widow out for revenge against the powerful earl who killed her husband and stole his birthright, is now living in the woods with her family?s banished retainers. To stay alive, she and her band of men rob rich nobles coming to visit the evil earl. But when she ambushes the Prince of Oxenburg?s golden coach, she gets far more than she expected. For when the prince uncovers her true identity, she?s afraid thathe might be the real thief?of her heart.
Genre: Fiction + Literature Genres
Sub-Genre: Romance
Format: Paperback
Author: Karen Hawkins
Language: English
Street Date: August 25, 2015
TCIN: 17348931
UPC: 9781476785974
Item Number (DPCI): 059-02-4968
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Robin Hood in Skirts!

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Button Nose 3 years ago
U 50x66 Jean White's review Aug 12, 15 · edit 5 of 5 stars bookshelves: historical Recommended for: Everyone Read from July 29 to August 01, 2015 — I own a copy, read count: 1 This delightful story is woven from the tale of Robin Hood and is an unpredictable tale full of humor, mystery, treacher...see moreof the reviewer's review
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A Direct Hit!

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abuis2 3 years ago
I received an ARC of this book and I loved it!! This is the second book in Karen Hawkins' Oxenburg Princes series. This one is based on "Robin Hood" and it captures the adventure and themes we all know and love that are associated with that particular story. With a twist! Robin is the heroine of the...see moreof the reviewer's review
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Fun with Robin Hood

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dbrown3400 3 years ago
The Prince and I is a delightful take on the legend of Robin Hood. Traveling with his entourage to visit the Earl of Loudan, Prince Gregori Maksim Alexandr Romanovin, leader and general of the Grand Army of Oxenburg, is waylaid by bandits. He is accompanied by his grandmother, Grand Duchess Natasha ...see moreof the reviewer's review
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Wonderful take on Robin Hood!

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Brooke14 3 years ago
What a fun spin on Robin Hood. Ms. Hawkins gives us Lady Murian, wrongfully thrown out of her home, along with her band of widows and a few retainers. She has been trying to win back her home but her efforts have been futile. Enter Max, royal prince and general of Oxenburg, who is held up by Murian ...see moreof the reviewer's review
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The Prince and I

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lazyjul 3 years ago
Karen Hawkins continues The Oxenburg Princes series with another creatively genius story with a Robin Hood flair. Lady Murian Muir has been evicted from her castle along with her retainers after the suspicious death of her husband and is trying to gather the evidence to prove her rightful ownership....see moreof the reviewer's review
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An Excellent Twist to Robin Hood

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reader 3 years ago
The Prince and I by Karen Hawkins is not your normal adaptation of Robin Hood. Instead it is a refreshing, but twisted tale with the Maid Marian not being a helpless female relying on Robin Hood to rescue her from some evil Sheriff. In Ms. Hawkin's version, Murian chooses to lead her band of Merry M...see moreof the reviewer's review
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