Meet Robert Webber, alias Robin Hood
A legend breaks bad.
A half-noble bastard.
The baseborn son of the Baron of Nottingham, Robert Webber is raised in a cottage but with the privileges of a lord. Despite his father’s influence, Robert’s strong-willed peasant mother instills in her son a deep compassion for England’s common folk.
Driven by honor. Consumed by passion.
Robert’s wit and virtue win the love of Marian De Beaumont, the libertine daughter of a high court official. Their ardent love affair ends abruptly when Marian is forced into a political marriage to a gay husband, testing their love for each other.
Robert’s skills as a warrior help prince Richard the Lionheart become king. Six months into Richard’s reign, the new monarch departs on a crusade to the Holy Land, leaving his brother John as Regent.
Champion for the poor.
When the ruthless Prince John threatens peasant lives with his cruel taxes, Robert must make a decision. Will he break the law and compromise his honor to save the poor?
The destiny of honor.
The decision to become a brigand known as Robin Hood draws Robert Webber into an undertow of power that will shape his destiny – and make him a king.
His unlikely Merry Men.
Little John is a brilliant military engineer. Will Scarlett is a gay highborn cavalryman. Marian is lethal with a crossbow. Even Robert’s own mother joins the band.
“A sexy retelling of the Robin Hood legend.”
Rebecca Coffey - Author and journalist (Forbes, NPR )
“Gusto. Humor. Eros.”
Ralph Keyes - Author of The Post-Truth Era
“Thought-provoking. A real page-turner.”
Bob White, Chairman
Worldwide Robin Hood Society