Monday, July 1, 2013

Sweet Romance Novel: The Rebels of Cordovia

We celebrate Independence Day, remembering the freedom we fought for centuries ago. Many patriots had to pay for this freedom with their lives and we are grateful to those who fought for our liberty. In this new novel, you get a glimpse of what another country had to fight for, as well. The freedom of speech, the freedom of equality, and the freedom to worship as we please! No one could have a greater gift than this.


The Stories of Robin Hood is Inspiration for Sweet Romance: The Rebels of Cordovia


What a fun and interesting tale The Rebels of Cordovia is. A very good story to keep you glued all the way to the end. I really enjoyed the romance mingled with the fights. It is a well-paced tale to give you entertainment next to a warm fire in the rain. Linda writes a good, clean, and sweet romance, for young adults and adults alike. You will enjoy the story to the end.” –Author Anna Del C. Dye


Centuries after the legendary Robin Hood, a group of men and women find themselves fighting for the same cause: for their rights, for freedom of speech, and equality. Robin’s Rebels realize they must fight against the tyranny of a wicked king and help the people survive this oppression. In the small country of Cordovia, groups of rebels begin springing up, but its Robin’s Rebels who get the attention of the king.

In this battle for freedom, a tender love story begins to blossom. Daniel, a rogue and a leader of the Freemen, doesn’t realize that the sweet feminine woman he has met and is falling for happens to be the leader of Robin’s Rebels. Realizing the importance of uniting all the rebel groups, Daniel tries to recruit Robin’s Rebels but they refuse. Now he has to find a way to convince them. When he finds out the leader is actually a woman, what will his reaction be?

"This sweet romance set in the kingdom of Cordovia was a fun vacation read. This creative take on a Robin Hood-like story is charming and touching, and teaches some great morals about agency and choice. It reminded me of childhood fairytales of good versus evil, with a nice romance weaved into it. Yea!" --Author Charissa Stastny

"This book was a fun read with a strong plot and fast paced action, but gentle and happy characters. Linda Weaver Clarke has a storyteller's talent for enchanting and mesmerizing the audience. She weaves her key topics of love and respect through The Rebels of Cordovia as poverty and its devastating side effects are overcome by Robin and her band of merry men...and women. Robin is a strong female character with morals and an innocence that readers will appreciate. There are also some exciting surprises and twists that will delight the heart. A very timely subject set in a gilt frame, definitely a must read!" --Cindi Clubbs, Reviewer

Read a sample chapter here: http://www.lindaweaverclarke.com/rebels.html
Price: $12.95, Ebook: $2.99

30 comments:

Gail Pallotta said...

Hi Linda,

This sounds like such a fun book to read, and a woman leading the rebels. I like that.

Brenda Rumsey said...

I love stories of heroic adventure and romance. This story seems like a great new way to visit the excitement of Robin Hood. Would love to win a print copy but e-book is okay too.
grandmabkr at yahoo dot com

Cheryl said...

"The Rebels of Cordovia" sounds like an exciting and intriguing book. I love a story with a message behind it. Robin Hood is one of my all time favorites. Like Linda says - what a better time to read a story about independence than this month, while we celebrate our independence. I would love to give this one a try. A print copy would be wonderful, but I would be happy with an e-book too.
cheryl((dot)larson(at)sbcglobal(dot)net

Dena BooksforKids said...

The Rebels of Cordovia sounds like a good read. I would be happy with either print or ebook. Thanks for the giveaway!

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Gayle said...

I love stories about Robin Hood -- this one sounds great (especially with a woman in charge!). I'd be happy with either a print or e-book. Thanks!
bgh(at)byu(dot)net

Becky said...

This sounds like a very fun and interesting read. I would love to win a print copy but will take a e-book too.
Thanks for the chance!
beckyqward@gmail.com

Sara said...

Sounds interesting! I would love a print copy, but I like ebooks as well. Thanks for the great giveaway.
sdoyle@sucocoopwb.com

Mary Preston said...

What a fabulous read this promises to be. Adventure and romance.

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Kat said...

This sounds like one I would really like! Thanks for the chance!

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Laura Burchell said...

This sounds like such an interesting book and I would love to read it! I would love to win an e book of it please, and thanks so much for the giveaway.
email: just(dot)laura1996(at)gmail(dot)com

rae nelson said...

For now I'd like a hardcopy until I can get a reader. Sounds like a great book thanks for sharing. Rae Nelson - raenelson87@gmail.com

Jordan Maddux said...

Thanks for the giveaway! I love books about Robin Hood and can't wait to read this one. I would love a hard copy of this book, but if I can't get that an ebook is fine.
Thanks,
Jordan
jnmadd1@aol.com

Lisa And Randy said...

Thanks so much for this giveaway. I have always liked the stories of Robin Hood. Would love to win a print copy. leeben1990 at gmail dot com

Najwa Shufia said...

Sounds good. I'd choose e-book copy.

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Holly Letson said...

Sounds like an interesting story. Would love to win a print copy, but e-Book is alright, too.

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Lisa Faber said...

Sounds like a good book.

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Bookishqueen said...

I would like a print if I win, Thank you!

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Dorothy Teel said...

I would love to read your book Rebels of Cordovia and find out what happens when they find out Robin is a woman. I would like this in a paper version, been having trouble with our Kindle )ugh_

bn100 said...

This sounds interesting. Prefer print, but ebook's also okay

bn100candg at hotmail dot com

sweety said...

Thanks for the international giveaway!!

Prefer : ebook (I'm an international)

sweety225(at)rocketmail(dot)com

Heidi Grange said...

Sounds like a fun read.

Prefer print but like ebooks too.

hg195@yahoo.com

Ashtrie Karana Putrie said...

I'd like an ebook copy, since I'm internatinal ;p

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Book Attict said...

Thanks for the amazing giveaway!
elizabeth @ bookattict . com
(Print copy)

Mippy Foofalina said...

Hi Linda! What a fun take on Robin Hood! I'd love to win a hard copy, please. Thank you for the chance! :)
bunnysmip (AT) gmail (DOT) com

Ashleigh Swerdfeger said...

Neat! I particularly like the historical aspect.This sounds quote captivating. ash_o3 at hotmail dot com

Krysykat said...

I love Robin Hood :) Thanks for the chance to win.

Morganlafey86(at)aol(dot)com

Clever Girl said...

Sounds like a great read. Thanks so much for the giveaway!
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BookLady said...

What a fascinating book! Love sweet romance. If I win I would like a hard copy as first choice. An epub copy for Nook would be my second choice. Thanks for the great giveaway!
bhometchko(at)hotmail(dot)com

MistyRios said...

Ebook please :)
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Linda Weaver Clarke said...

Thank you so much, everyone, for your interest in my new book. Since I had so many people sign up for my book, I decided to have ten winners. The winners are: Brenda, Cheryl, Mary, Laura, Jordan, Booklady, Kat, Najwa, and Ashtrie. Please stop by weekly to enter more contests.