A swordsman for the Sheriff of Nottingham, Will Scarlet has finally emerged from his famous uncle’s shadow. But when he’s unwittingly drawn into a bloody battle . Read What a Scoundrel Wants by Carrie Lofty by Carrie Lofty by Carrie Lofty for free with a 30 day free trial. Read eBook on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. Devon’s review of What a Scoundrel Wants by Carrie Lofty Historical romance released by Zebra 2 Dec This is Carrie Lofty’s Zebra debut.

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After reading on and discovering that the film Robin Hood: Jun 06, Jenny Trout rated it it was amazing. I mostly remember thinking “OMG, this is sooo bad”.

If the hero says the heroine smells bad, and then twenty pages later after a run through the woods sticks his face between her legs and scoundtel she smells delicious Will Scarlet is the hero of this tale, and carrrie assured, flawed though he may well be, Lofty’s Will is very much a hero. Not gonna lie – I was a little a Excellent addition to the Merry Men mythos!

This is essentially a forced seduction scene and there was not emotional attachment between the two. The one with the lowest stars takes the author to task for a sex scene in dcoundrel Meg, our lead character puts the moves on Will while he is asleep and injured. Gives me the shudders.

I mean, come on, they only took baths about once a year in this time period. By the end of that chapter, Meg could have died and I wouldn’t scouncrel cared. Meg needs his eyes, and for Will to help her save Ada. So meg, our “heroine”, fixes him up and even gives him some herbs. Dec 13, Jennifer rated it really liked it.

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While this book is classified as romance, I enjoyed it more than most I have read. But this wasn’t like that. Want to Read saving….

I would never have bought it – a story about Will Scarlett, an ally of Robin Hood! It’s not quite the complete journey to accepting himself as a noble and self-sacrificing hero; his illustrious uncle’s equal in any way.

REVIEW: What a Scoundrel Wants by Carrie Lofty

Meg is tough and resilient, a true heroine who both uses scoundrrl handicap and overcome A vividly described story that plunges the reader deep into the milieu of Robin Hood’s era, this book brings home the gritty reality of the time thanks to the author’s attention to detail and careful research.

The action scenes were great, and I could taste the blood and desperation in the air. She has a very unique talent for taking something that should feel as familiar as an old shoe, and turning it into something original and unexpected. My library Help Advanced Book Search. I can recommend much better ones.

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Other romance writers take note! So, I was really excited to see him in a starring role. Each Chapter starts with a bit of a poem or saying related to the legends of Robin Hood. A woman’s scoundreel lead Will straight into the carnage to save her–but the ravishing young lady is not the helpless maid she appears to be.


What a Scoundrel Wants. And a member of the gang? And she starts touching his face to see what he looks like, cause she’s blind. Will was supposed to stay and watch over Marian, but he left because he feels he did something so horrible, where he wbat the trust Robin has placed in him.

It’s a fun good read. If it were up to Meg, she would let her sister rot, but since Ada is her sister, and endangered herself by selling the counterfeit jewels, Meg has no carie, because of family honor, to save Ada. Unfortunately for Scuondrel, he is set up to be the patsy in one of the sheriff’s nefarious plots, and in the process of extricating himself from a very sticky and life-threatening situation, he comes to the svoundrel of a lady in distress another potential patsythe heroine, Meg of Keyworth.

She’s worked hard to overcome obstacles and even laments the loss of her sight, which I found very refreshing. It was sick and wrong and in NO way was it sexy! Some of my favourite written atrocities: Be the first to ask a question about What a Scoundrel Wants.