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Lady of Sherwood Paperback – 1 Sep 2000
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A retelling of the adventures and enduring love of Robin Hood and Maid Marian finds them involved in political intrigue and personal betrayals.
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I have to admit this book just didn't sing for me, nor was the story enough to keep me enthralled. If you loved LOTF and are dying to read the rest of the story, you might enjoy this, but not as a stand alone book. Not great, but not bad either. Three stars
While Robin attends the King, de Lacey forces Marian into a spat. She feels strongly about protecting a lad from the vicious sheriff. He wants to throw her out of her home. When Robin returns from France, he has to contend with regal politics, a deadly game for the loser as well as the local problems facing his beloved Marian with another of his enemies. Though they love each other, this test to their lasting relationship may prove more difficult than their earlier Sherwood Forest outlaw time.
LADY OF SHERWOOD, the second Robin and Marian tale (see LADY OF THE FOREST), is a superb historical fiction that takes readers to a tumultuous, but pivotal time. The fast moving story line stays true to its prequel and the overall Robin Hood legend yet incorporates intriguing historical tidbits. Robin is a delightful hero struggling between loyalty to his men and Marian, and what is best for England. Marian retains her dynamic personality that makes her a wonderful role model. Jennifer Roberson captures all the legend while adding more to it.
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