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The Pedlar and the Bandit King (Scarlet and the White Wolf, #1) Scarlet Of Lysia Is An Honest Peddler, A Young Merchant Traveling The Wild, Undefended Roads To Support His Aging Parents Liall, Called The Wolf Of Omara, Is The Handsome, World Weary Chieftain Of A Tribe Of Bandits Blocking A Mountain Road That Scarlet Needs To Cross When Liall Jokingly Demands A Carnal Toll For The Privilege, Scarlet Refuses And An Inventive Battle Of Wills Ensues, With Disastrous Results Scarlet Is Convinced That Liall Is A Worthless, Immoral Rogue, But When The Hostile Countryside Explodes Into Violence And Liall Unexpectedly Fights To Save The Lives Of Scarlet S Family, Scarlet Is Forced To Admit That The Wolf Is Not The Worst Ally He Could Have, But What Price Will Proud Scarlet Ultimately Have To Pay For Liall S Friendship


About the Author: Kirby Crow

Kirby Crow worked as an entertainment editor and ghostwriter for several years before happily giving it up to bake brownies, read yaoi, play video games, and write her own novels Whenever she isn t slaying Orcs or flying a battleship for the glory of the Amarr Empire, she can be found in the kitchen, her vegetable garden, or at the keyboard, tapping away at her next book.Kirby is a winner of the Kirby Crow worked as an entertainment editor and ghostwriter for several years before happily giving it up to bake brownies, read yaoi, play video games, and write her own novels Whenever she isn t slaying Orcs or flying a battleship for the glory of the Amarr Empire, she can be found in the kitchen, her vegetable garden, or at the keyboard, tapping away at her next book.Kirby is a winner of the EPIC Award and the Rainbow Award She is the author of the bestselling Scarlet and the White Wolf series of fantasy novels.Her published novels are Prisoner of the Raven Scarlet and the White Wolf The Pedlar and the Bandit King Scarlet and the White Wolf Mariner s LuckScarlet and the White Wolf The Land of NightAngels of the Deep Hammer and Bone MalachiteScarlet and the White Wolf The King of Forever MeridianWindwardNovellas Turks CayPoison ApplesCircuit TheoryComing Soon Scarlet and the White Wolf The Temple Road DeadlightThe Art of FireFor upcoming news of her future novels, visit



10 thoughts on “The Pedlar and the Bandit King (Scarlet and the White Wolf, #1)

  1. says:

    Years ago I read a fanfic for one of my favorite anime couples It was a historical M M romance and it might as well have been an original piece of fiction because the author took the characters to a whole new level In this fanfic, which I ll readily admit was probably the best I ve read to date, the characters never shared any kind of physical intimacy, not even a kiss Some people might


  2. says:

    Posted at Shelf InflictedOnce again, I m going to gripe about authors who split novels into small parts I don t mind so much if the entire story is written and in my possession I really dislike waiting forever between installments, cruel cliffhangers, and unanswered questions Further, when I pay 4.99 for a story, I want it to be complete Otherwise, I feel I m getting ripped off That said, I rea


  3. says:

    Hey there Little Red Riding HoodYou sure are looking goodYou re everything that a big bad wolf could want Well of course this song came to mind for me Come on nowtell me you re surprised I mean really we have a cute guy, named Scarlet, in a red hooded coat who travels through the woodsok, he kind of travels all over the place he s a peddler and we have a big, hunky, aggressive, use to getting his own


  4. says:

    Review for the whole series well currently including up until book 4, but there isto come I don t have words for how much I loved this whole series I love fantasy, but so far most fantasy I ve read was lacking in the romance department So to find a series that combines both, and in such a great way, makes me super happy So happy I ll just have to add it to my small collection of favourites.I found these books


  5. says:

    I found it hard to really get into the story at the beginning but, when Scarlet met the White Wolf, I got hooked and couldn t stop reading.It was predictable but yet so beautiful and remarkably memorable I really want to know what is going to happen next, you damn cliffhanger I LOVED IT


  6. says:

    Deception, Fate said Be on your guard You will be told a lie or you will fall in love with one, and you will follow it to the ends of the earth I ve read The Pedlar and the Bandit King years ago, right about when I started my entry into M M fiction In the almost three years since then, I ve revisited this book several times, I can say for certainty that this series still holds a dear place in my literary heart Yet for some re


  7. says:

    There s a reason why I waited to read this book I m stupid I am probably loving this book a bitthan it s rationally justifiable, because there is something about the world Scarlet lives in that is eluding me and there are things about Scarlet s parents that weren t perfectly consistent, in my opinion, but when I re read it, I will probably clear my head about it I can t let go of this picture of Scarlet in my mind, of this slender, b


  8. says:

    Review edited on 27 2 2014Did not finish this book.Being gay, or accepting of queer people in general, is not an excuse for misogyny I say it when bloggers like Perez Hilton sexually harass an actress claiming I m gay so it s okay and I ll say it when a book is riddled with too much misogyny for my brain to process.It s one thing to enforce gender roles in a society inspired by our own It s another to create a society from scratch where poly


  9. says:

    The Pedlar and the Brigand King is a tale that succeeds in entertaining the reader with otherworldly adventures where deep characterization has no part to play, certainly, but which offers interesting characters who fulfil their function to mirror human weaknesses.The author builds an extremely rich world of kingdoms and people I still need to become familiar with but I liked feeling slightly disoriented it s part of the game, after all I enjoyed th


  10. says:

    Just finished re reading and loved it as much as the first time, maybe evenso, because the second time brings out the details that I didn t think significant before Moving onto book 2.


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