"Packed with action and humour. Based on the Robin Hood legend, the author questions why men would still be around during the Crusades. It seems more likely that Robin would have been a Robyn (a headstrong and rebellious girl) and she would be reacting to the cruel taxes and stealing by the local tax collectors. This story is fun read and well researched." Carol C, Amazon.
When tax collectors raid her village, headstrong peasant Robyn vows to take everything back.
Her righteous spirit lands her on the 'wrongteous' side of the law.
Attempts to fix things only makes life worse as Robyn, and her best friend Marion the blacksmith's son, fall deeper into trouble . . .
and a little bit in love.