A Hoboken Hipster in Sherwood Forest

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Dorchester Publishing Company, Incorporated, 2007 - Fiction - 322 pages
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Transported back in time and into the arms of Robin of Locksley, a.k.a. the real Robin Hood, photographer Chrissie Hayward must convince him--and his not-so-Merry Men--to change their ways for historical accuracy, while trying not to lose her heart--and her mind. Original.

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Very Funny.
This book is very out there and does not exclude the embarrassing moments that happen to even the best of it. I found it very amusing and quite the page-turner. I would truly recommend
this romance to young adults for it contains mature themes.
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Chrissie, a hippie-like vegetarian, gets sent back in time to retrieve a drop of blood from the holy grail, in order to save her friend who is stuck in the future. She ends up running into the Legendary Robin Hood. Disguised as a man, Chrissie can't help but fall for Robin Hood, instead of focusing on the purpose of being there.
 

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