Scarlet (Scarlet #1) by A.C. Gaughen (2012)
YA Fiction | HistoricalBlurb:
“Will Scarlet is good at two things: stealing from the rich and keeping secrets – skills that are in high demand in Robin Hood’s band of thieves, who protect the people of Nottingham from the evil sheriff. Scarlet’s biggest secret of all is one only Robin and his men know…that she is posing as a thief; that the slip of a boy who is fast with sharp knives is really a girl. Continue reading
Fairly Certain (Love of Fairs #1) by Deborah Ann Davis (2015)
Teen | FantasyBlurb:
“What would you do if you thought you couldn’t fail?
Fairly Certain is the unlikely adventure of Petir Capota, a nineteen year old computer geek who finds himself back in the days of Robin Hood after falling out of a tree. He awakens in the forest surrounded by a band of young British scavengers, clothed as if in Old England. His instinct to freak out is tempered by the arrival of a lovely maiden wearing a bow…and arrow. Coming from college life where fair maiden types don’t ordinarily go for computer geek types, Petir is fairly certain he can try whatever he wants in this strange realm, and without consequence…so why not pursue Maid Rianne? Continue reading