If Chrissie Hayward knew that morning she'd be going back in time to rescue her crazy coworker Kat, she'd have worn better shoes. Doubly so if she'd expected to meet her true love. According to the mysterious gypsy, Chrissie was the "gentle soul who would tame an outlaw's thirst for revenge" aka the real Robin Hood. So how come the guy was such a dud?


No, Robin of Locksley was no Prince Charming. And the part about robbing the rich to feed the poor? He didn't get the memo. In fact, all the guy seemed to do was mope. (And he and his not-so-merry men thought Chrissie was a boy. Sure, she wasn't stacked, but still!) Nonetheless, he was loyal and brave and handsome as sin. If Chrissie coudl just get him with the program, she could right his wagon and get these boyz'n the wood to be heroes of the realm instead of twerps in tights. Only then could this prince of thieves become king of her heart.


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"This rip roaring romance is a blast in the past!"
Reviewed by Leslie Tramposch
Posted February 23, 2007

Note: This story is written in the first person which works surprisingly well in this comical time travel romance! This story returns to King Arthur's Renaissance Faire in Upstate New York (present day), the starting point for Kat Martin's journey to Camelot in "A Connecticut Fashionista in King Read more...

"Delightful tale"
Reviewed by Karen Michelle Nutt
Posted July 9, 2007

Chrissie Hayward, a fashion editor and photographer for La Syle, is sent to a medieval event in upstate New York. Chrissie and Kat Jones, her associate, are going to research how medieval fashion has influenced the latest styles. Chrissie and Kat become separated. Chrissie receives a strange phone call from Read more...


A Hoboken Hipster in Sherwood Forest
by Marianne Mancusi

Love Spell
January 1, 2007
Available: January 30, 2007
ISBN #0505526743
EAN #9780505526748
368 pages
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