What if a classic tale ends up not being so classic? What if the hero is not a hero at all, but a heroine?
What if, what if, what if…
I think that whole idea of taking the what if and running with it is what intrigued me most about Robin: Lady of Legend (The Classic Adventures of the Girl Who Became Robin Hood) by R.M. ArceJaeger.
Well crafted, well written, and just plain entertaining, this book tells the tale of Robin of the Hood from the perspective that Robin is a woman.
A girl on the run from the despicable man her father sought to make her marry.
I’ll let you discover all the fun twists and turns of the story for yourself , but if you like fairy tales and adventure, definitely check out this book.
It is one well worth your time to read.