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Sarah books
Posted on: 11/08/2007 05:03 PM
I remember being in the book store and picking up Captive Heart. I normally do not buy books other then Desire etc... but this caught my attention since it was set in Scotland and it was about warrior women. I had no idea till I got home that this was the second book in a set of three. I read this book in less then 24hrs and never put it down other then to take a 10 min break here and there. I just couldn't put it down. That set me on a journey to get the first book Lady Danger. Same thing I loved it they all tie in with one another and now to the third book. So yes I have the whole set and find myself wanting more. This series set a whole new chapter in my life. I started fencing this and yes now pro and competing love it more then ever. For the firs time I went to my first Renfest this summer and because Sierra of Rivenlock playing the Celtic warrior maid. My friends love it! I love it and wouldn't have it any other way. This has opened a whole new world for me and I would love to see Sarah McKerrigan write more of the Rivenlock maids. Go on and write more about them and their children ! Finally a new book is coming out from Sarah and I cannot wait she truly is a wonderful writer who has my attention. Captive Heart will always be one of my favorite books just because in a lot of ways I'm like Helena. So please keep those books coming this fan loves them and cannot wait to read more!
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Re: Sarah books
Posted on: 11/29/2007 10:33 AM
Hi Jen ~

Wow! You HAVE started a whole new chapter! Aren't Renaissance Faires fun? And congratulations on your fencing skills.

If you can't wait for my next book, coming out in May 2008, see the special offer I have on my out-of-print trilogy written under the name of Glynnis Campbell.

Happy adventures!
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Re: Sarah books
Posted on: 02/02/2008 07:30 PM
Any thought to tell the story of \"cubs\" of de Ware\'s sire and his lady. I fell in love with the family during the first chapter as they told of what a true and proper knight should be. Especially young Garth and his reply on how a knight should wash his hose before the sabbath. I loved that!!! I would love to read about them.But I realize every story has it's time. Thank you for your gift of telling such wonderful stories. Tess
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