On Sale: September 3, 2013
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New York Times bestselling author Elizabeth Chadwick
continues her tradition of gripping historical fiction with
this tale of honor, treachery, and love spanning the
turbulent reigns of four great medieval kings.
Fulke FitzWarin has played many rolesâ€”loyal knight,
dangerous outlaw, dashing lover, loyal husband. But when a
violent quarrel with King John disrupts Fulke's ambition to
become Lord of his own castle, his true character as a
valiant hero is revealed.
39 comments posted.
Re: The Outlaw Knight
This sounds like a great story and one that I would love to read.
(Betty Hamilton 2:35am September 27, 2013)
sounds really good i love knights and castles and princesses
and outlaw knights wow cant wait to read
(Denise Smith 8:04am September 27, 2013)
Sounds like a really great story, enjoy stories featuring knights.
(Jean Patton 9:27am September 27, 2013)
Your book sounds wonderful. Thanks for the chance to win. Best of luck with all you do.
(Nancy Reynolds 9:53am September 27, 2013)
Thank you so much for making history fun. Historical fiction
is my favorite genre, so I will be sure to look into your
(Anna Mekus 10:06am September 27, 2013)
What interesting info. Great storyline!
(May Pau 10:17am September 27, 2013)
Now this book is right up my alley. I look forward to reading it and love the cover!!!
(Bonnie Capuano 10:20am September 27, 2013)
Historic fiction is the best kind of read! But medieval fiction is my favorite. I hope to win this book, but, either way I am sure I will read and enjoy it. Thanks for the fun of a contest.
(Vennie Martinisi 10:36am September 27, 2013)
For some reason, I've always had a love for books that are written about England, and to see that you took the time and researched about early England and their castles, this book is a plus for me!! I can't wait to get my hands on it!! The story sounds fascinating, and I'm so glad you wrote it!! I adore the cover, too!! Congratulations on a job well done!!
(Peggy Roberson 11:24am September 27, 2013)
What a wonderful historical novel based on a true story in 12th century England---how great is that. I enjoyed reading your blog post, very interesting and informative. Thank you for this chance to win and read your book. The Best To You Always.
(Esther Somorai 12:23pm September 27, 2013)
Sounds so fascinating. I am going to add it to my wish list.
(Amy Campbell 12:35pm September 27, 2013)
This sounds like a great book! You've made it come alive for all of us. I'll
be reading it win or lose. :-)
(Sharon Shearouse 3:11pm September 27, 2013)
Winter is coming and this sounds like a good book to snuggle under a warm blanket and read
(Shirley Younger 4:57pm September 27, 2013)
This book sounds really good, and I look forward to reading it.
(Janie McGaugh 5:09pm September 27, 2013)
Love what I've read by this author.
(Nan Zahar 6:27pm September 27, 2013)
This sounds like a great historical story. Am looking forward to reading it.
(Carol Woodruff 6:35pm September 27, 2013)
Family feuds even from long ago still intrigue me with their
passion and sense of inheritance.
(Alyson Widen 7:28pm September 27, 2013)
The book makes the FitzWarin so real as they do exist. I love reading historical stories with real characters and seeing them with the fictional characters.
(Kai Wong 8:25pm September 27, 2013)
Wow, Congrats on your new book: THE OUTLAW KNIGHT. I like
the book cover too! I love to read about Kings and Knights
and Lords and Ladies and Castles. I would love to win and
read your great book this Fall. Thank You very much. Cecilia
(Cecilia Dunbar Hernandez 8:58pm September 27, 2013)
I love Medieval Knight and Robin Hood type stories!
(Diane Sallans 9:16pm September 27, 2013)
Love castles and your book sounds wonderful.
(Theresa Norris 9:32pm September 27, 2013)
Thank you for doing what you do. This sounds like a great book and I appreciate the opportunity to win.
(Melanie Backus 10:26pm September 27, 2013)
I can't imagine what it must have been like for the king to be able to tell someone they couldn't build on what could have been a good reason or just the king's whim.
(Laura Gullickson 11:29pm September 27, 2013)
Stories of medieval knights have always fascinated me... TU!
(Linda Townsend 12:30pm September 28, 2013)
All I can say is...I love that cover!
(Cherie Durbin 10:58am September 28, 2013)
I have always enjoyed reading and watching medieval romance stories. Thanks for the chance to win!
(Cathy Phillips 10:59am September 28, 2013)
Quite an interesting time period! Love reading about knights.
(May Pau 6:08pm September 28, 2013)
this is the best way to learn history. sounds like a good read.
(Barbara Studer 9:13am September 29, 2013)
Sounds like a great story. I'd love to read it.
(Mary Hay 9:19am September 29, 2013)
He sounds like a fascinating character.
(Pam Howell 9:29am September 29, 2013)
Who doesn't love a bad boy? This book is going to be a real goodie. I'll look forward to reading it. Also love the photos as they will help to bring the book alive. Thank you.
(Vennie Martinisi 10:11am September 29, 2013)
I have not read any of your books but I will look for them now.
(Judy Ferguson 11:49am September 29, 2013)
I can't help wondering what made you choose this particular time period and
place. The book sounds fascinating. Thanks for the pictures. They really put
things in perspective.
(Sandra Spilecki 1:06pm September 29, 2013)
Sounds like a great read. Would love to win.
(Sharon Cook 6:38pm September 29, 2013)
Sounds like a really great story. Thanks for a chance to win it.
(Amy Milne 9:32pm September 29, 2013)
Thank you for the interesting post. The Medieval era was such a time of
upheaval and shifting loyalties/rules. I have always appreciated the research you
put into your books and the details you include. I look forward to reading THE
OUTLAW KNIGHT. Best wishes for a successful release.
(Patricia Barraclough 9:56pm September 29, 2013)
Awesome research & back-story information. Wow, he lived to be ninety? Sounds like a really cool read.
(Laura Gullickson 10:37pm September 29, 2013)
I love knights and castles; sounds like an interesting read.
(Sharon DiPrima 10:45pm September 29, 2013)
Sounds like a great story to read.
(Amy Kincade 11:44pm September 30, 2013)
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