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Lord of the Forest

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Lord of the Forest by Kay Berrisford is sure to be a treat for fans of erotica first and foremost, but also fantasy fans, and those who like historical fiction. This stand-alone novel fits loosely into a series centered on the Greenwood, a vast and haunted British forest. Within the Greenwood lurk the Fair Folk, who are amoral at best, and a species of more malevolent elves and tree spirits. Folkloric figures such as the Green Man and Herne the Hunter also call the Greenwood home. Of the two human main characters, I liked Robin far more than Cal, but Cal does experience character growth.

Lord of the Forest opens in 1217 with a middle-aged Robin Hood whose hardships have included the loss of his band of outlaws. He finds himself thrown together in the Greenwood with a seductive young forester named Cal as they try to evade barons plotting against the king. Unbeknownst to Robin, Cal is working for the royal spymaster and will do anything to secure his uncertain future, including turning in Robin for the price on his head. The two men’s mutual attraction is rivaled only by their mutual distrust. But their troubles are just beginning when they encounter the supernatural inhabitants of the forest.

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