Robert Their – The Robber Knights Love

The Robber Knight’s Love is Book Tow in the Robber Knight Saga

I really like this book, but I don’t think it’s a book yet. I don’t think it’s finished or published anywhere but on this neat app a colleague introduced me too. As a matter of fact I thought I finished it yesterday and just checked to make sure I was spelling the authors name right and BAM I was notified that two more chapters had been added. I think I am going to like this app. It has completed books on it too. Robber Knights Love actually has a precursor, The Robber Knight; now that I know about it I will read it as well.

The Robber Knights LoveThe Robber Knights Love takes place centuries ago in the age of Knights and Ladies who rule Kingdoms. Ayla the Lady of the Castle is under attack from an enemy with ill intentions. He is willing to do anything to achieve his goals. Ayla has been nursing Reuben, a self-proclaimed merchant back to health and we come into the story after he has professed his love for her. But Reuben has a very large secret and once Ayla discovers it she may send him to the gallows. Can Reuben win her back if she does discover his secret? Does she even have feelings for him? Is he just handy to have around in this time of war?

Reuben by far is my favorite character, which is not typical of me. I usually don’t like the human characters that are murderers, thieves or criminals. Werewolves and vampires can do unspeakable things and it’s fine because it’s in their nature. This book however is in times of war, where all good men must kill bad men to survive so I can look over Reuben’s transgressions, as he is the lesser of several evils plaguing the castle. Ayla is way to innocent and naïve for my liking. She is also quite virtuous, never giving in to Reuben’s advances. So for you who like a romance it’s here but there’s no steam.

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