Robins in the Night: Safe For Work Edition (Robins: SFW Book 1)

Robins in the Night: Safe For Work Edition (Robins: SFW Book 1)

Robins in the Night Safe For Work Edition Robins SFW Book Legends speak of a man named Robin Hood They talk of his valiant deeds of his courageous feats of his noble exploits They talk of how this man this single man stole from the rich and gave to the p

  • Title: Robins in the Night: Safe For Work Edition (Robins: SFW Book 1)
  • Author: Dajo Jago
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 156
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Legends speak of a man named Robin Hood They talk of his valiant deeds, of his courageous feats, of his noble exploits They talk of how this man, this single man, stole from the rich and gave to the poor They speak of his merry men, and of his bow and arrow, and his green tunic They speak of him in hushed, reverent tones They speak of him in loud, exuberant chants ThLegends speak of a man named Robin Hood They talk of his valiant deeds, of his courageous feats, of his noble exploits They talk of how this man, this single man, stole from the rich and gave to the poor They speak of his merry men, and of his bow and arrow, and his green tunic They speak of him in hushed, reverent tones They speak of him in loud, exuberant chants They speak of him in story books The legends are, as is to be expected, fundamentally wrong Set in Knottwood, a small city in an alternate timeline Earth, this is the story of a transgender woman named Marian Stoke.

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    I need to state up front that I LOVED the premise and the story and the heroine. It's a great new look at the Robin Hood mythos and I would like to see more and more especially of Marian. Also, there are a lot of mentions of snails. I don't know if it is an inside joke somewhere, but I just didn't understand why they were mentioned so much in the story. I am pretty sure this book is the reason that when I went to the car this morning to drive to work there were about 20 snails around on the curb [...]

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