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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What A Scoundrel Wants (Scoundrel, book 1) by Carrie Lofty

I did love the story, however, there were parts in between that I had a hard time getting through. Other books in the series. In the end, she will NOT see again, and that’s a good thing.

Her love scenes are at once steamy and so tender they’ll curl your toes, her characters multi-faceted and interesting – even when they are less than perfect, sometimes downright despicable. Meg is a phenomenal woman and I really scoudrel the way the author portrayed her within small town medieval life. The reason she is so rude and basically a bitch because she is out of her element.

This, while not overtly terrible, was wholly disappointing. And kick ass heroines.

The one with the lowest stars takes the author to task for a sex scene in which Meg, our lead character puts the moves on Will while he is asleep and injured. I like that sort of blurb for each chapter and these give a bit of hint as to what will happen in the chapter.


I gave up after Chapter 5 for the following reasons: Prince of Thieves back inI was in near ecstasies.

What A Scoundrel Wants

So, OK, that’s nice. A mind-boggling passage to illustrate her logic-defying excuse: What a Scoundrel Wants takes place a few years later, after Robin became an outlaw. View all 3 comments. Both the hero scounderl heroine are clearly flawed and vulnerable but very likeable characters. For me, it was Erroll Flynn in those impossibly gay green tights, which didn’t seem so impossibly gay when I was 10 years old, and suffering from whaat major crush on a guy who I later found out much to my annoyance died about a year before I was even born: Meg is tough and resilient, a true heroine who both uses her handicap and overcomes it.

It was sick and wrong and in NO way was it sexy! Then he falls awnts.

No trivia or quizzes yet. Ada has no choice but to agree, even though it is her sister, Meg, sants is the one responsible in making these jewels.

Also, she has her own reasons to not like him or want to help him. You can find their review here since I agree completely with them: Also the way each of them learns to think outside of themselves is really well done.

Will rescues Meg and leads her off into the forest, thinking she can clear him from any wrongdoing in the murder of a local nobleman.


It was as if I knew what they looked like from the beginning. 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. I was pleased to find a story about Soundrel Scarlet, lfoty the first chapter or two were quite promisingly well written. She’s self-absorbed and self-pitying, and she has a tendency to get lost in daydreams.

The story opens with scondrel ambush, and from there you are running through the woods, with pit stops at a forest encampment, village, the obligatory castle and dungeons, and a stop at a Loxley Manor, home to Robin Hood. But they are drawn together by their troubles and their heated desires.

And a member of the gang? Ones that don’t include jerks like meg.

REVIEW: What a Scoundrel Wants by Carrie Lofty | The Good, The Bad and The Unread

Meg needs his eyes, and for Will to help her save Ada. It’s rocky and very mutually self-serving at first, but both characters develop well in the process, as their initial impressions of each other begin to change.

That scene left me very unsatisfied.