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Robin's Hood: A Tale of Sherwood Forest

(HighTower Fairytales: Robin Hood #1)

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Who is the girl under Robin’s Hood?

Orphaned at five and widowed at sixteen, Marian is the sole heir of Locksley keep and the Earldom of Huntingdon. Her husband, Robin of Locksley, never returned from the crusades, leaving her at the mercy of the sheriff. He chooses her a new husband among his brutal lackeys and taxes her people to rags and starvation.

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Published 2021 by sjacquebooks

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Jan 07, 2021 rated it it was amazing
New Year’s resolution of going to sleep before midnight broken with this story to read. What an exciting version of Robin Hood!
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“Robin’s Hood. A Tale of Sherwood Forest” is a story inspired by the classical tale “Robin Hood”. Jacque Stevens uses the core story to create a highly original retelling of the world-renowned tale, that revolves around Marian of Locksley, the Lady Earl of Huntingdon, widow of Robin of Locksley (who never returned from the Crusade). At barely sixteen, and without a proper guardian (her father died when she was merely five-years-old), Marian is a commodity the sheriff is intended to cash on, and ...more
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Jacque Stevens wrote her first novel as a stress relief activity during nursing school. Now as a fulltime nurse working in mental and developmental health, she continues to write stories filled with elves, fairies, and all things awesome.

She lives in Utah so yes, she does have a huge extended family and occasionally eats green jello, but she does not yet own a minivan.

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