Books by Suzanne Robinson

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Lady Defiant

I had hopes. Oh, how I had hopes. But alas, my Lady Defiant was a little too (urk) defiant for me. Oriel Robinson is twenty years of age and living with her detested relatives in the northern boondocks of Elizabethan England. As a great heiress, she receives many suitors in their corner of the i ...

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The Legend

Suzanne Robinson's latest novel, The Legend, re-introduces us to some familiar characters, namely The Hero Who Can't Let Himself Love Again and The Heroine Who Is Supposed To Be Intelligent But Is Really A Nitwit, here played by Galen de Marlowe and Honor Jennings. There are admittedly some new twis ...

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Just Before Midnight

Have you ever read a book that is so simplistic, so inaccurate and so frustrating that it makes you grit your teeth? That’s just what Just Before Midnight is. I’m surprised my teeth weren’t worn down to stubs when I finally turned the last page of this book. Mattie Bright is y ...

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The Treasure

How many people do you know with really strange names? Emmie Fox, the heroine of The Treasure knows lots of them. By the twentieth page, the reader has been introduced to the likes of: Borgle, Wombie, Sweep, Snoozer, Turnip, Cheap, Flash, Sprout, and Pilfer Oxleek. Later in the book Perdita Strangew ...

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Lady Gallant

Lady Gallant by Suzanne Robinson very much changed the way I look at romance novels. Tautly crafted, well researched and psychologically riveting, this book knocked my socks off. Be forewarned, however; this is no hearts and flowers love story. It is tense, gritty, but ultimately a very satisfying r ...