- Series: Robbin' Hearts Series
- Paperback: 300 pages
- Publisher: Bandits Ranch Books LLC (May 23, 2014)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0984912975
- ISBN-13: 978-0984912971
- Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.8 x 9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars See all reviews (123 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,861,476 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Robin in the Hood (Robbin' Hearts Series) (Volume 1) Paperback – May 23, 2014
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"I loved this book. The characters are quirky, fun...If this book is made into a movie I would definitely watch it. I loved all the thoughts that go on in Robin's mind. I also loved Creek: his loving and caring character. The way he protects everyone makes him a real hero, even if he does it in a not-so-legal way. Overall, the story is great and the characters are well-developed." -Lorena Sanqui, Readers' Favorite Book Review
"If you don't fall in love with the entire gang at Turtles Shores and the adventures and magic that permeate each page, you may need to check if you are breathing! -Dianne Bylo, Amazon Top Reviewer
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From the first scene, told in a convincing first-person teen voice, to the last, Robin in the Hood is delightfully tongue in cheek, randomly crazy, and humorously odd. It tells of a teen coming of age, family trust lost long ago, the dawning of love, and the bombing of bad guys with trebuchets and jello pits. But there’s wisdom and mystery hidden under the crazy action, quick-fire dialog, and rapid romance. Creek, though mystically odd, repeatedly retreats to an appropriate distance. Robin, though over-the-top and wild, slowly learns there’s more to love and rejection than quick assumptions. Prayers, though no one is sure who they’re sent to, are answered. And a nicely modern Robin Hood theme slips pleasingly into the space around a hidden lake.
This isn’t the sanitized Robin Hood where rich people never get hurt. Nor is it the overly-socially-conscious sort that agonizes over other poeple’s pain. Rather it’s a quick sharp romp through modern fantasy, blending fairytale, romance, excitement and fun in well-measured portions—a fast, cool, highly recommended read.
Disclosure: I was given a free ecopy during the author’s blog tour. I’m just sorry it took me so long to get around to reading it.
I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
Robin goes to a rich and snobby private girls school. Her life gets turned upside down when her father's health and business goes down the tubes. She quickly learns that she has been living a life of lies and doesn't know the truth anymore. But she soon learns a lot at Turtle Shores Trailer Park. She finally has a family that she was missing and a totally hot boyfriend named Creek. Together they begin robbing banks to help their family survive,
You will not be disappointed in this modern day robing hood story!
Robin McArthur is a girl who on the outside seems like could want nothing more. She has looks, wealth, privilege, and status; everything a young woman could hope for. That is, in retrospect, to what she really and truly wants but lacks: love.
But….what happens when that is all taken away from her? Left with no money and debt collectors knocking on her door, Robin and her dad go on the run and slowly by slowly Robin feels herself doing the unexpected to survive: lying, stealing, and deceiving to stay afloat.
Now at a crossroads, fates steps in and she meets Creek, another lost soul with a criminal track but “a heart of gold.” Robin bonds with Creek and learns the importance of love, family, and that some of the most precious things in life can’t be measured in money.
Which brings me back to…
What about her major debt problem to clear up?
Well, once again, here’s where Creek steps in. Along with Robin, they stage a series of bank robberies and slowly gain back the money to put them in the green.
Only, making up the money that is owed becomes just a part of the problem. When trouble comes lurking its way and Robin finds herself slipping only deeper into the insurmountable. Will she get caught?
Will Robin ever get the chance in regaining a “normal” life? Will her father’s past indiscretions be solved? And what about Creek? How will things turn out for the teen that’d been not so long ago on the wrong side of the tracks but not so different from her after all?
Read and you will find out!