Maid Marian And The Lawman
Almost An Angel
A Moment In Time
The simple goodness of a dream reminds us how to fall in love.
1896: Oklahoma Indian Territory.
Mary Goode has spent nearly a decade hiding her sweet, off-kilter brother, Robin, and two fellow misfits after she rescued them from a brutal institution. But unknown to Mary, the trio's fascination with Robin Hood and their hero's crusade to "steal from the rich and give to the poor" may have led to a few actual robberies.
U.S. Marshal Shane Latimer is on the trail of the inept Robin Hood and his shabby band of not-so-tough Merry Men when his rattlesnake-spooked-horse lands him in care of Robin’s fiercely protective sister, Mary, aka Maid Marian.
He’s instantly charmed by Mary’s devotion to her whimsical brood, but worries that she may be hiding the truth. Still, for a loner like Shane, the appeal of their family affection, love and loyalty, combined with Mary’s growing hold on his heart, is hard to resist.
Mary is equally torn. For the first time in her life she has someone to share the challenges of keeping her brood out of trouble. But will her quest for happiness forever shatter the idyllic life she's forged for her special family...?
And how will Shane reconcile his duties as a lawman and his love for Maid Marian and her outlaw brood?
"Deb Stover's ingenuity and cleverness soar in this heart warming 'Robin Hood with a twist' story where family loyalty takes center stage. Ms Stover has proven her ability as a storyteller in paranormal venues and moves into historical romance with the same remarkable talents. Here is a story that makes readers believe in the power of family and love. Stolen Wishes proves that 'family' is not just blood ties, but also the love that binds people. Let yourself be held in the comfort of Deb Stover's 'feel-good' gem of a romance."
4.5 Top Pick Reviewers Choice Award Winner
~Kathe Robin, RT Book Reviews
"Robin Hoodwinked! A family in America's Old West struggles to survive in Deb Stover's jaunty homage to the denizens of Sherwood Forest. Mary Goode and her brother, Robin, lead a band of outcasts. The lawman who thinks they're a pack of outlaws feigns amnesia to infiltrate the not-always-merry band in Stover's sparkling Western tale." ~BookPage
Five Stars! "Deb Stover is renowned for her superb fantasy and time travel romances. She enters the historical romance realm as if she has been there forever. Building a western romance on the Robin Hood myth adds to the fun even as it demonstrates the guts and talent of the great Ms. Stover. Sub-genre fans will flock to their bookstores for this winning tale." ~Harriet Klausner
"Charming, tender, and absolutely fabulous, this is a keeper in every sense of the word."
~Maudeen Wachsmith, Under the Covers & Amazon.com
"A wonderfully heartwarming story about acceptance, friendship, family and the healing power of love. Stover has taken a truly mismatched group of characters and created a loving and loyal family, and shown that blood is not always the tie that binds families together. A story where family is the central theme, and love is the magic that makes it real. A truly splendid story, and a keeper. I highly recommend this to all who believe in the power of love. From time travel to fantasy and now to historical romance, Deb Stover weaves a heartwarming tale of love and acceptance that will bring a smile to your lips and a tear to your eye."
~Terrie Figueroa, Romance Communications