Outlaw’s Legacy

“Lythe and listin, gentlemen,
That be of frebore blode;
I shall you tell of a gode yeman,
His name was Robyn Hode.”

A Gest of Robyn Hode (A Robin Hood ballad)

Introduction

This saga chronicles the life of England’s most famous outlaw, from his disturbed childhood to his fame as an adult.

What do you do when to love a man is considered a mortal sin? How do you protect your people when you have nothing? Who do you owe most loyalty to, your family or yourself? These are just some of the problems Robin Hood must face. Be prepared for a rollercoaster ride packed full of family feuds, betrayals, romance and one man’s fight for his beliefs.

Book 1: Heir of Locksley

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Robin of Locksley is a rebel, more comfortable roaming Sherwood Forest with his longbow and courting the village girls than learning how to run a manor.

An innocent flirtation with a peasant girl soon lands Robin in trouble, and worse, he finds himself inexplicably attracted to Will Scathelock, his best friend since childhood. Robin must decide whether to follow the rules of society or his own conscience.

Meanwhile, his neighbour, Guy of Gisborne, is anxious to get his hands on the Locksley estate and he will do anything to make it happen—even murder.

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Book 2: Knight of Sherwood

Robin returns to England after four years fighting in the holy land. On arriving at Locksley, he discovers that Guy of Gisborne, his most hated enemy, has been made Sheriff of Nottingham. Forced to flee into Sherwood, Robin sets himself up as champion of the poor.

But Robin has a secret. His feelings for his friend Will Scathelock have deepened, but to acknowledge the truth would mean facing up to his past. Meanwhile Lady Marian Fitzwalter, heiress to the vast Huntingdon estate is determined to claim Robin for her own.

(Coming July 20th, 2017)

Book 3: Earl of Huntingdon

He was once Robin Hood, bold outlaw of Sherwood; now he is Robin of Huntingdon, one of the most powerful earls in England.

Sir Roger of Doncaster, an enemy from Robin’s crusading days, is back in England and determined to take Huntingdon for his own. Caught in a desperate struggle for survival, Robin’s only solace is Will Scathelock, the man he has secretly loved for years. Roger has the might of King John behind him and he will not rest until Robin is dead. Win or lose, Robin’s life will never be the same.

(Release date to be announced)

Book 4: Protector of England

Arthur, Duke of Britany, has escaped from Rouen Castle where he was a prisoner, and made his way to England. Desperate to avoid his uncle, King John, who has already made an attempt on his life, Arthur seeks the protection of Robin, Earl of Huntingdon, a known enemy of the king. Arthur has a strong claim to the throne, and with Robin’s help, he hopes to become King of England. Robin enlists the help of his lover, Will Scathelock, as well as others sick of John’s rule. If they win, they will be free of the hated king forever, but if they lose, they will be executed for treason. John knows this is his chance to be rid of both Robin and his nephew for good. He cannot afford to leave either of them alive.

(Release date to be announced)

Book 5: Enemy of France

One final mission, a kingdom under threat. England is being torn apart by civil war as the northern barrens seek to depose John, backed by their ally, Louis of France, who is using his English wife’s royal blood to bolster his claim to the throne. A dying King John fears for the life of his young son Henry. Only one person can save England, and he is the king’s greatest enemy.

Robin and Will have made a life for themselves in France, but when they are forced to flee from a dangerous enemy bent on destroying them, they return to England, where they find themselves caught up in a struggle for the throne. Robin pledges his support to the young prince, but there are those in England who would see him fail. To them, Robin’s death is every bit as important as putting Lewis of France on the English throne.

(Release date to be announced)

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