The Warrior’s Innocent Captive
An impossible choice:
His family or love
As steward to the Earl of Borwyn, Erik Ward had only admired sheltered noblewoman Linota Leofric from afar – until he has to escort her on a dangerous journey. When she’s kidnapped, he rescues the courageous beauty, revelling in finally having her in his arms. But Erik has a secret plan to reunite his family – now he’s forced to choose between that and his growing feelings for Linota…
I am a big fan of historical romance, and Ella Matthews never fails to deliver a gripping page turner!.
The Warriors Innocent Captive is a fantastic addition to this series. The storyline is intricate and well structured, with a lot of detail being given to both the situations and the settings the characters find themselves in.
The characters are interesting and well developed, with each of them having their own unique ways, and of course their own flaws too. Erik is such a strong, likeable character who really reels you in from the start. I really found myself feeling sorry for him when he was forced in to making an almost impossible decision.
Linota is also a character you feel an instant connection to. Although she has her own obstacles to overcome throughout this story, she is certainly a force to be reckoned with.
The relationship that formed between Linota and Erik was intense and immersive, exactly what you want from a historical romance!. Ella has such a wonderful writing style that really adds so much depth and drive to the story, and you can really imagine the scenes playing out before you as they are brought to life so vividly in your mind.
Beautifully written, heart warming and totally addictive. I adored this story and I cannot wait to read future releases by this fabulous author.
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About the Author
Ella Matthews lives and works in beautiful South Wales. When not thinking about handsome heroes she can be found walking along the coast with her husband and their two children (probably still thinking about heroes but at least pretending to be interested in everyone else).