The Truth about Robin Hood
This story revisits the popular legend of Robin Hood with
a supernatural twist.
When Ashlyn and her eight-year-old brother Athyn discover an off limits room in a British
museum, they are drawn to a dragon-shaped bracelet that quickly binds itself to Ashlyn and pulls them both
back through the centuries. Ashlyn wakes in twelfth
century England to find that she is alone in a strange wood, surrounded by hungry animals, and her brother is
nowhere to be found.
Ashlyn discovers a group of men who claim to be Robin Hood
and his band of outlaws and asks them for help in finding her brother and getting home. She soon discovers that these men are much more than they seem. John apologizes for scaring her in the woods, though it wasn’t a man but a
huge animal that had scared her. Robin turns out to be a shape
shifter who can fade into any background like a chameleon. Alan has
a taste for blood, as do all vampires. Even Friar Tuck has a dark
secret, he can raise the dead, whether he wants to or not. Will
Scarlet is the only normal man in the bunch, and his innocent charm and rugged good looks have Ashlyn completely
Alan recognizes a tattoo on Ashlyn’s wrist as that of a woman selected to be the mate of the
Great Dragon. The tattoo means even more to Will, who has seen
the markings before, on his own mother. Worried that he may be
the offspring of a dragon, Will vows to keep Ashlyn safe from the unwanted paring. But first, they have to find and rescue Ashlyn’s little brother before he
becomes the dragon's next meal. As Will and Ashlyn grow to care
for each other, they both have to face the threat of the dragon’s claim and the decision that Ashlyn must
soon make. Will she take her brother and return to the ease of
modern life, or will she stay with the man she has grown to love?