More Bad Boy Heroes

Heartbreakers:Three Medieval Romances in one bundle from Claire DelacroixMany of you have grabbed a copy of my boxed set Heartbreakers: Three Medieval Bad Boys while it’s been on sale. That bundle features three of my bad boy heroes: Gawain in The Scoundrel, Malcolm in The Frost Maiden’s Kiss, and Wulfe in The Crusader’s Heart. If you like bad boy heroes, I have more. 🙂

The Heiress – Only a bad boy would buy a female slave to serve his pleasure, except that Rowan buys “Hibernia” because he feels sorry for her. She finds the first chink in his armor without even meaning to do so. Wait until she tries to touch his heart…

The Rogue, #1 of the Rogues of Ravensmuir series of medieval Scottish romances by Claire DelacroixThe Rogue – This second chance romance begins when Merlyn comes to his estranged wife Ysabella to ask for her help. Someone is trying to kill him but, given her knowledge with Merlyn’s deceptions, Ysabella is tempted to help the villain not her spouse.

The Warrior – Any marriage that starts with an abduction has to feature a bad boy groom. The Hawk wants a wife only to have a son, and intends to keep his many secrets to himself. Too bad Aileen is so curious…

The Beauty Bride – What would you do if your hand was sold to an outlaw? Madeline runs on the night before her marriage to Rhys, never expecting him to follow her and save her – much less to steal her heart. Can she capture his before his past catches up with him?

The Rose Red Bride, #2 of the Jewels of Kinfairlie series of medieval Scottish romances by Claire DelacroixThe Rose Red Bride – Another marriage that begins with an abduction. Another bad boy – but Erik doesn’t even intend to marry Vivianne. He just wants a son. Unfortunately for his plans, Vivianne is alluring, clever, and determined to see the hero within him.

The Beauty – Here’s another match that begins with an abduction (and Jacqueline is en route to a convent!) and another hero driven by a need for revenge. Jacqueline isn’t so easily intimidated, though, or so ready to believe the worst of Angus – in fact, she helps him regain his stolen legacy, and that makes her impossible to resist.

The Renegade's Heart, #1 of the True Love Brides series of medieval Scottish romances by Claire DelacroixThe Renegade’s Heart – Murdoch has nothing to lose, given that his soul has been claimed by the Fae queen, so he’ll do whatever is necessary to retrieve the relic stolen from his family by the Lammergeier. Isabella is snared by the twinkle in this knight’s eyes and decides to help him against her own family – but falling in love with a renegade means she has to try to save his soul, whatever the price.

The Warrior’s Prize – Mercenaries are often bad boys, but Rafael is worse than my other mercenary heroes. The problem is that he thinks Elizabeth is an angel come to judge him, and one who finds him lacking. He can’t resist her, even though he knows he’ll only soil her, but her conviction that he can do better encourages Rafael to risk his all to save her.

The Mercenary's Bride, #1 of the Brides of Inverfyre series of medieval Scottish romancesThe Mercenary’s Bride – Here’s another mercenary driven by a need for revenge, then saved by love. Quentin was cast out of Inverfyre for daring to desire the laird’s daughter, but made a promise to her before he left. He’s lost everything on his quest but comes back to Inverfyre to keep his pledge to Mhairi – only to discover that thanks to Mhairi, he still has a future, after all.

There are a few more bad boy heroes to keep you warm at night!

2 thoughts on “More Bad Boy Heroes

  1. As I am reading I like to pronounce the names correctly. It would be really convenient if the pronunciation of these odd names was in the beginning of the book….✌🏻
    Otherwise, no complaints!

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