The Last Arrow by Marsha Canham

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The Last Arrow

The Prince of Darkness

She caught him trespassing on her family's lands, the sensuous and mysterious knight who had come to Normandy to challenge her brother, Robin, in the tournament at Chateau Gaillard.  Brenna Wardieu's well-honed instincts warned her that Griffyn Renaud was no ordinary mercenary.  When she discovered he was the invincible Prince of Darkness, undefeated champion in three lands, she feared he has been hired to do more than just defeat Robin in the lists.

The Fires of Passion

She was Lady Brenna Wardieu, daughter of the legendary Black Wolf, and from the moment Griffyn found himself at the mercy of the magnificent lady archer, he suspected he had met his match.  And when she offered him her body in exchange for her brother's life, it proved to be the instrument of his own defeat, for the passion he discovered in her arms threatened to shatter not only the armor surrounding his heart, but the peace of two kingdoms.
 

About Marsha Canham

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Published April 7, 1997 by Dell. 464 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Medieval history intertwines with legend as award-winning romance author Canham resumes her retelling and reinvention of the Robin Hood story, begun in Through a Dark Mist and In the Shadow of Midnight.

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