#1 Bestseller: Historical Fiction, Teen & Young Adult, Action & Adventure
- "Fabulous, fabulous, fabulous retell . . . this Robin gives young girls a role model that isn't dressed as the beautiful helpless princess. Honestly, I couldn't put my Kindle down."
- "Robin is my new hero! This is one of the best books I've ever read. It looked entertaining so I thought I would have a look, but once I started I couldn't stop!"
- "Definitely worth your time if you like adventures, heroes, and a bit of romance!"
Praise from Publishers Weekly
"The storytelling is solid, the research is thorough, the details are spot-on, and the skill is undeniable.... As Robin Hood retellings go, it's pretty much a bullseye."
Praise from an Amazon Reviewer
"The Robin Hood legend gets an imaginative and lavishly detailed retelling here. Descriptive scenes evoke the very sounds and smells of Robin's beloved Sherwood, and the dialogue and rich characterization bring her and her companions to life. Add in a briskly plotted story, and a female hero to turn legend upside down, and you have a winner."
Robin Hood is not the man you thought she was . . .
Robin of Locksley never set out to be a hero, but when circumstances force her to flee her home, she must hide her identity and seek refuge as an outlaw in Sherwood Forest. Disguised as a man for protection, Robin isolates herself from the world around her . . . until the day she steps in to save a young boy's life. Thus begins Robin's rise to leadership in Sherwood Forest and of the other outcasts therein, but while she strives to provide a life of honor and purpose for her people, her efforts enrage the Sheriff of Nottingham, who plots a deadly fate for her and her band. With a secret to hide, a band to sustain, and the Sheriff hot on her trail, Robin will need all her courage and ingenuity if she is to survive.
Alive with adventure and danger, sword fights and heists, hatred and love, Robin: Lady of Legend is the never-before-told tale of the girl who became Robin Hood.
- WINNER: Amazon's Breakthrough Novel Award (2nd Prize)
One Final Review:
"I was reading this book before bed, and I was going 'Well, I'll read just one more minute!' thirty minutes in a row. When I finally got to bed, I couldn't wait to wake up and finish it. The writing was excellent with no errors... In short, this book was AWESOME and I would highly recommend it." --- My Full Bookshelf