Cover Reveal: THE PRINCE AND I by Karen Hawkins

Is Robin Hood’s secret identity finally going to be revealed? Okay, so technically Robin Hood doesn’t have a secret identity – he is Robin Hood – but Karen Hawkins has another historical romance novel, The Prince and I, releasing next year in August as part of the Oxenburg Princes series and this one features the heroine as an incarnation of Robin Hood.

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I, personally, can’t wait to see how this plays out because I love the classical Robin Hood character and want to see how Ms. Hawkins incorporates his traits into the new story. Course, this one will feature a whole lot more romance and I’m curious as to whether our hero will embody a bit more “Marian” just to balance things out. 😉

But, really, don’t you just love the colours they used for this cover? The background reminds me of the film, Brave, and plus the heroine is holding a bow and arrow. The cover artists were seriously channeling Merida for this one. And, lo and behold, the models are both fully dressed.

Who else is excited to read Ms. Hawkins’ retelling of Robin Hood?

Rika Ashton

(aka Member of Robin Hood’s Merry Band)

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2 responses

  1. Oh that cover is just beyond gorgeous!!! I just adore Hawkins…and this latest series of hers is one of my favorites. Thanks for sharing.

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    November 13, 2014 at 7:52 pm

    • Yay, a fellow fan! I’m loving the Oxenburg princes as well. Cannot wait for the next few books – especially about the oldest brother, he has me very intrigued.

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      November 13, 2014 at 8:34 pm

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