Robin of Locksley is a rebel, more comfortable roaming Sherwood Forest with his longbow and courting the village girls than learning how to run a manor.
An innocent flirtation with a peasant girl soon lands Robin in trouble, and worse, he finds himself inexplicably attracted to Will Scathelock, his best friend since childhood. Robin must decide whether to follow the rules of society or his own conscience.
Meanwhile, his neighbour, Guy of Gisborne, is anxious to get his hands on the Locksley estate and he will do anything to make it happen—even murder.
The untold history of Robin Locksley
Heir Of Locksley by N.B. Dixon
This historical story is of the famous character Robin Hood. The interesting difference in this storyline is that it goes back through Robin’s childhood and brings to life what made Robin of Locksley into Robin Hood. This is a story full of suspense, adventure, emotional heartbreak, empathy, danger,
Intrigue, murder, and the experience of different kinds of love and loss.
Content Note: The author explored the deep relationship feelings between Robin and his best friend Will. However, a GLBT romance was not developed beyond thinking about feelings. This book was very tastefully written and did not contain crewed or over descriptive scenes.