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eBook Scarlet I don t know about anyone else but when I think of Robin Hood I think of this Wait I m the only one who pictured hi

eBook Scarlet I don't know about anyone else but when I think of Robin Hood I think of this:Wait, I'm the only one who pictured him like that? Huh. Blame my childhood.Anyway, when I first started reading this book I admittedly imagined Robin Hood as being pretty hot. Like a total fox. (GET IT?!) Granted, the Robin Hood in this story was not the main character. Rather, the main character was a young woman who everyone knew as Scarlet. Her identity is mysterious and only a few people know that she's secretly a girl. She's tough, smart, brave, and completely capable of taking care of herself. She's a hardcore, kick-butt girl living in the Middle Ages. Or at least that's how I think the author wanted her to come off as. In reality she's kind of a whiny jerk to everyone. When people try to be genuinely nice to her she's completely rude and pushes them away. I couldn't stand her character. She was ill-mannered and unappreciative. I guess she was supposed to seem really independent but instead she just seemed stuck up and full of it. Maybe she wasn't as bad as I'm making her out to be, but there were plenty of times where I actually wanted to go into the book and strangle her. I also got really annoyed at the way Scarlet talked. She didn't use proper grammar at all, despite the rest of the Merry Men have perfect grammar. And that would have bothered me except (view spoiler)[she's actually Maid Marian (hide spoiler)]. It's eventually revealed that she grew up as a privileged lady. So why is her grammar terrible?! You would think her grammar would be loads better than everyone else's, as she lived in an upper class society. But noooooo. Maybe I shouldn't be fussing over that little detail this much but it seriously got on my nerves since she had been raised with nobles. Scarlet was also too selfless. She kept trying to sacrifice herself to save others. Which hey, heroes are good! But it was too the point where she just seemed like an idiot. Like her sacrifices were suicidal and it was like she was trying too hard to play the martyr. She had no common sense. Like she refused to eat because there were people in the town starving. Okay, because you can totally help them when your dying of hunger. That makes about as much sense as, well - You know what else I hated about this book? The Dreaded Love Triangle. It was completely and utterly unnecessary. It was the thing that bothered me the most in this entire book. So in the love triangle, we've got Scarlet, Little John, and Robin Hood. Robin Hood clearly has feelings for Scarlet but she's in denial. Little John suddenly decides he's attracted to her and she starts responding to him, despite the fact that he admits that he's not serious about it. Robin meanwhile turns all jealous but rather then admitting to Scarlet that it's because he's in love with her, he gives her the cold shoulder and threatens to kick her out of the group. Real smart, fox-boy. She swears that she has no interest in Little John. So why do you keep cuddling and kissing him, Scarlet? Huh? She keeps leading on Little John and Robin Hood and then acts shocked when they get mad at her. At this point, I was getting more than a little peeved a at Scarlet.. Also, I don't know why she was even conflicting about all this! If she claimed that she had no interest in Little John, then why did she keep showing him affection? Not to mention that he's a total jerk to everyone. Robin Hood was at least a gentlemen at the beginning (before he turned all angsty). Little John is just mean. What I want to wonder if why the author chose Little John to be apart of the love triangle. Maybe it's just me, but when I picture Little John I think of this: Because dancing bears are the definition of sexy Plus we all knew she was going to end up with Robin. Little John was just an unnecessary distraction. It was really predictable. The Little John subplot was a ruse! This is what I was about ready to do to that 'love triangle': Yep.Okay, so I suppose I should go into what I liked about the book. Because, contrary to my previous rambling, I didn't hate the book. It was more of a 2.5 rating but technically it got three stars. The plot was well-paced and fairly exciting. It wasn't slow or tedious. The writing style flowed enough that I was able to read it easily so kudos to that. And the entire cast of characters weren't all that bad. They weren't perfect but I occasionally felt compassion for them. There's one other thing about this book that I feel like I should mention. Guy of Gisbourne. Yeah, yeah, I know I was supposed to hate him. He was supposed to be a cruel, evil, horrible being that murdered innocent beings. Is it so bad that I wanted him to turn from the dark ways because he was actually in love with Scarlet? I'm a total sucker for bad-guys-who-fall-for-good-girls. Especially when it causes them to question their moral beliefs. I actually loved the part where Scarlet calls him a monster and he yells that she made him a monster, and that he's been desperately searching for her for many years. I honestly wanted them to fall in love, after he changed his psycho murderer ways of course. Don't judge me! I watched BBC's Robin Hood series. When I pictured Guy of Gisbourne I imagined this:Mmmm, Richard Armitage...Apparently I'm insane because that never went down. Guy vanishes once Scarlet and the Merry Men defeat him and all is well. The climax was a bit confusing to me. One moment she's marrying Guy and the next she's running all over the place and being a ninja. At times I wasn't really sure what the blazes was going on. Oh well. In the end, Guy just runs off and the Merry Men have won. Huzzah! And then Scarlet and Robin Hood finally wind up together and it ends a little something like this: Well, more or less. They didn't really get married. And they may or may not have been foxes.["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>. Scarlet go inside Books 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 knowat she is posing as a thief that the slip of a boy who is fast with sharp knives is really a girl.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 knowat she is posing as a thief that the slip of a boy who is fast with sharp knives is really a girl.The terrible events in her past that led Scarlet to hide her real identity are in danger of being exposed when the thief taker Lord Gisbourne arrives in town to rid Nottingham of the Hood and his men once and for all As Gisbourne closes in a put innocent lives at risk, Scarlet must decide how much the people of Nottingham mean to her, especially John Little, a flirtatious fellow outlaw, and Robin, whose quick smiles have the rare power to unsettle her There is real honor among these thieves and so much making this a fight worth dying for.. I am shamelessly addicted to staying up far too late it feels like stealing time , diet coke it burns so good , Scotland stupid country stole my heart and won t give it back Interpol has been ineffective for prosecution and thieves so I guess I m not that mad at Scotland Want to know Just ask. Good Kindle Scarlet This is an alternate retelling of Robin Hood, where Will Scarlet is a hemorrhoidal pain in the ass who talks like a Monty Python and the Holy Grail cast reject that gets involved in a horrifyingly painful love triangle WITH ROBIN HOOD AND LITTLE JOHN.There are two facts about Will Scarlet that you should know before starting this book.1. Will Scarlet is actually a "she," a girl disguised as a boy2. The "Scarlet" in her name refers to the fact that SHE CAN'T STOP FUCKING BLUSHING**That's actually something I made up, but I wasn't exaggerrating when I say that she blushes like fucking crazy.Will Blushes Scarlet: OH MY GOD JUST STAAAAHP ALREADY. I wanted to love Scarlet, I really do. A kick-ass heroine who disguises herself as a boy in order to steal from the rich and give to the poor?! FUCK YEAH, give me more of that shit.No.I admit, there is a fair bit of kick-assery in there, but it feels completely unrealistic becaues Will Scarlet can't decide who or what the fuck she is.Is she a kick-ass fighting tomboy?! Or is she a girl whose heart goes aflutter whenever she gets near Robin Hood? So many time in this book, her heart flushes, her heartbeat go pitter-patter, her belly gets butterflies.My stomach's content just turned over.Let's see, blushing...how many instances are there? "I felt heat on my face and hated that the sun would show me blushing," "It were dark, so they couldn’t prove I were blushing," "I blushed," "[I was] cold again but for my cheeks, which were blushing hard," "I were blushing hot," "I felt my cheeks blush," "I blushed hot," "I shake him off, blushing," "I blushed a little," "it sent my cheeks blushing," "I blushed a bit."Ok, we've gotten the blushing over with. Now onto the flushing! "I pulled my head away, flushed and not sure what to do, or say, or think," "my cheeks flush," "my cheeks flushed dark," "I flushed," "my cheeks went hot," "blood filled up my cheeks."Oh, but the stomach-churning flutterings don't stop there, no! Let's see what other sort of over-extravagant emotion our dauntless fighting girl has in store for us!"The air whooshed from my chest," "the breath whooshed out of me," "my belly twisted," "my belly flipped over," "my heart started to flutter-beat in my chest," "I got that funny, twisted feeling," "my heart lurched," "my heart dropped out from my chest," "my knees had gone fair wobbling," "my stomach pushed into my pipes."Spare me. This book tries to sell me the fact that Scarlet is a fierce warrior; it didn't convince me in the least. Scarlet is ruled by her feelings, she lets her heart win over her head, she gets nervous, she feels tremors, she acts like a silly little girl who was forced into being a warrior instead of a warrior born, instead of one who has chosen her fate.Scarlet's Personality: Incongruous.In-con-gru-ous: /adjective/ not in harmony or keeping with the surroundings or other aspects of something.That is the single word that can be used to describe Scarlet's personality. She is not a good character. She is an annoying character. She acts like a petulant child instead of a rational, cool-headed warrior. She snaps at people at the very tinest, dumbest provocation.“Bugger off,” I snapped.Scarlet loses her temper extremely fast. She makes some really dumb decisions at times...like rushing off to attack people in broad fucking daylight. There is a way to be subtle, Robin Hood's Merry Men have to stick around awhile in order to accomplish their good deeds, and Scarlet does things with the subtlety of a pink and purple polka-dotted elephant dancing on a unicycle.Her Speech: I absolutely HATED her first-person narrative. I mentioned that she talks like a Monty Python reject, and she does. It is annoying, it distracts from the already terribly boring narrative, and it makes no fucking sense when you take into consideration who she actually is (view spoiler)[Maid Marian, a noblewoman (hide spoiler)]. Her dialogue is pretentious, it is heavy dotted with grammatical inconsistencies, which doesn't feel authentic at all, because in one instance, she talks like a street urchin complete with "ain'ts" and "weren'ts." Her fucking "weren't." "I weren't," "he weren't." Fuck you. It doesn't make any fucking sense because she speaks in horribly accented speech like an uneducated wench...“Just because you kissed me don’t mean I’m your girl none,” I told him.Even her very thoughts are sprinkled with terrible grammar, only to have her turn out to be who she is...Scarlet's character completely reeks of artifice.It seems like Scarlet is the only one who speaks like that in the entire book. The other characters are seemingly no better off than she is, they're a bunch of ragtag men, after all, but their speech is all perfectly normal, without any pretensions to be anything lower or more crass. The inconsistency of Scarlet's dialogue and thoughts in contrast to the other "normal guys" only serves to make her more of an utterly unconvincing character.Her Fighting Skills: HOW THE FUCK DID SHE GET THEM?! We see her fight. A lot. She kicks ass. She dresses as a boy, she dresses down some boys. There's no disputing that the girl can fight. BUT HOW?! Once her history is mentioned, it makes even less sense. How does such a girl become such a fierce fighter, in such a short time? It makes no fucking sense, and I don't buy it. I respect that she is a good fighter, but you have to convince me that she is one, I don't want a character to magically become an awesome fighter just because. Give me a fucking reason. Show me her training. Tell me WHY I should respect her and how Scarlet became who she is today. This book brings me in cold as to her history, and it continues to leave me in the dark.The Setting: This book does a fucking terrible job of giving us a setting. It truly is one of the worst excuses for a historical book I have ever read. WHAT SETTING? We're in the past, but rather than an actual time period, this book has the feel of anything from...say, Crusade-era to, I don't know....mid-19th century England.I could only tell it was England due to the fact that "London" was mentioned. This is one of those times when I longed for purple prose and long descriptions, because there were none in this book.This book was all action and more action and not much more than that. There is no clear descriptions of anything. No descriptions about the dress. Few descriptions about the people. I couldn't even begin to tell you what the fuck Robin and John looked like. There was no sense of time other than the brief mention of "Oh, I went to the Crusades blah blah years ago." Ok, we're in the time of the Crusades. IS THAT ALL? GIVE ME SOME MORE DETAILS, FOR FUCK'S SAKES. Christ on a cracker.Let me give you a description. The Templar flag is that of a red cross on a white background. Do you like that? That's more description than most anything you get from this fucking book. It could have taken place in 19th century backwoods of England, for all that matters. There is no sense of time, no sense of place, no atmosphere whatsoever to this book.One other thing that bothered me about this book: Robin, the Earl, is referred to as "your grace," because of his status as the Earl. Correct me if I'm wrong, but "your grace" is an honorary address for a duke, right?The Love Triangle: FUCK THAT SHIT. Robin Hood would fucking NEVER. WHY?! I mean, really, WHY?!There should be no fucking time for romance when the Sheriff is corrupt, and threatening to string up your entire town for not paying the taxes.Did he think I were John’s bit of fun for the day? My belly twisted and I didn’t like the feeling.And he weren’t Rob. But then, maybe that weren’t such an awful thing. Rob’s sort I could never deserve.There should be no fucking time for romance when the Thief Hunter is burning up your hideout and threatening to decapitate the people in your town for hiding your identity.His eyes looked into mine in a way that made my breath suck out of my pipes. “You’re every kind of surprise, you know that?”There should be no fucking time for romance when there is a traitor in town who is threatening to destroy all you hold dear.He looked at me, his eyes running over my face. He came closer, and I were against the wall, so my heart started to flutter-beat in my chest. I didn’t much like feeling trapped. He palmed my hat, pushing it back.“What are you doing?” I asked, pulling away.“I need to see your eyes when I ask you this.”“Ask what?”“Are you in love with Rob, Scar?”There's no fucking time for romance when you are on the run, hiding from a man who's out for your blood.His lips pressed against mine, strong like the rest of him and a little wet, pushing my lips into a fair good kiss. He caught me up ’bout the waist and kissed me deeper. I shut my eyes, and Rob’s face popped into my head.Most of all, THERE SHOULD BE NO FUCKING TIME FOR A LOVE TRIANGLE WHEN YOU ARE SUPPOSED TO FUCKING TRUST AND BEFRIEND ONE ANOTHER. ROBIN HOOD'S MERRY MEN DO NOT FIGHT AMONG ONE ANOTHER FOR A GIRL'S FUCKING EVER-CHANGING HEART.“About John,” he said at long last.I blinked.“I don’t want to know how you two are fooling about, but if it interferes with the band I’ll kick you out myself.”This was just a terrible book. There is too much action without much else. There is no subtlety to the plot. Characters are thrown about as if they were nothing, characters were introduced haphazardly, as needed. This was just a very poorly thought out book.["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>
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    I am shamelessly addicted to staying up far too late it feels like stealing time , diet coke it burns so good , Scotland stupid country stole my heart and won t give it back Interpol has been ineffective for prosecution and thieves so I guess I m not that mad at Scotland Want to know Just ask

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  • This is an alternate retelling of Robin Hood, where Will Scarlet is a hemorrhoidal pain in the ass who talks like a Monty Python and the Holy Grail cast reject that gets involved in a horrifyingly painful love triangle WITH ROBIN HOOD AND LITTLE JOHN.There are two facts about Will Scarlet that you should know before starting this book.1 Will Scarlet is actually a she, a girl disguised as a boy2 The Scarlet in her name refers to the fact that SHE CAN T STOP FUCKING BLUSHING That s actually someth [...]


  • I don t know about anyone else but when I think of Robin Hood I think of this Wait, I m the only one who pictured him like that Huh Blame my childhood.Anyway, when I first started reading this book I admittedly imagined Robin Hood as being pretty hot Like a total fox GET IT Granted, the Robin Hood in this story was not the main character Rather, the main character was a young woman who everyone knew as Scarlet Her identity is mysterious and only a few people know that she s secretly a girl She s [...]


  • 3.75I literally have no idea about the whole Robin Hood tale, but this was pretty fucking awesome Also, im too lazy to write a proper review so here s a quick list as to why you should read it the beginning, which was about 70ish pages for me, was incredibly boring to the point where i was willing to watch paint dry, BUT it fricken gets so much better we have a badass female who takes no shit from anyone she s a thief who steals food and money to help out the poor and needy she s part of Robin H [...]


  • Scarlet is wrenching and moving story of love and friendship, bravery and loyalty, a retelling of the legend of Robin Hood, only the voice of narration was Scarlet Yes Will Scarlet, the most skilled knife handling young fellow of Robin, in the traditional tales, famous for his hot temper But he s not actually what we think he is He s no lad he s a lass a girl hiding her true identity in men s cloth.Being a part of the merry men, Scarlet was always successful to hide the truth from rest of the No [...]


  • 1.5 starsA retelling of Robin Hood where Will Scarlet, a member of Robin s band is a actually girl in disguise The storyline didn t really entertain me, it was boring and the real action only really kicked in towards the end The narrative was strange, it was part present tense and part past tense, I couldn t get my head around it The British isms and British slang didn t read right AT ALL, it felt forced and it made me cringe at how hard it tried to sound authentically British The love triangle [...]


  • This is the first time I ve read a version of the Robin Hood story where I wanted the sheriff to win Flimsy characters, clunky writing and gaping plot holes mangle what otherwise might have been a decent YA novel.The narrative is in Scarlet s voice but it s pretty hard to tell what that is, exactly It s vaguely British and vaguely working class but is rooted in neither Yorkshire nor London, where she claims to be from at different points in the novel Like the plot, it also shows up when it feels [...]


  • Actual Rating 3.5 stars We do what we do because there s something we can do about it Things like how long and what if aren t part of that It s about the hope, not the horror Scarlet, 2012 debut novel from A.C Gaughen, takes the legends and characters associated with Robin Hood and spins them all into an engrossing story focusing on a secretive thief who s much than meets the eye The people of Nottinghamshire know the thief as Will Scarlet, knife wielding companion to Robin Hood, but there s a [...]


  • OMG I loved this book I m going to start this review by announcing something that I NEVER expected to say John if you re reading this you should close your eyes and skip ahead ROBIN HOOD IS MY NEW BOYFRIEND There, it s out in the open Phew I feel better now I know that once you read this you re going to want him too but just remember I said it first and this post is time stamped But don t worry, you don t have to be turned away empty handed Rob s band of Merry Men are pretty darn lovable too.The [...]


  • Re read for tomoorrrroowwwww His hands came on either side of my face, holding me up to him Waves were crashing in his eyes, sure and strong and sweeping You are my whole heart, Scarlet And this is breaking it I don t know I don t know how I came across this or why it spoke to mebut it did Even today I am still giddy and weightless when I think about this book How amazing is it when you find something that, while it seems intriguing, doesn t necessarily scream, You will love me and you kind of p [...]


  • I simply adore these books I ve read them twice now, and can t help but picking them up from time to time to re read my favourite sections.Scarlet follows the story of Will Scarlet, one of the heroes of the Robin Hood legend, but who is actually a girl in disguise She has joined Robin s band of Merry Men, but is keeping her true identity a secret Once the Sheriff invites the infamous Guy of Gisbourne to Nottingham to rid the county of Robin once and for all, Scarlet finds herself risking her lif [...]


  • Take a badass female lead who knows how to throw a knife and whose snarky inner comments made me laugh but who blushes way too much for no reasons Give her a good shake there s hope for her in the sequel, I hope, I know it She only has to let go of her split personality and I ll truly appreciate her Just sayin Take a fantastic past earl who becomes the archetype of the broody but selfless hero you know, Robin Hood, who made my heart beat like crazy thanks to his full awesomeness annnnd hotness w [...]


  • I don t usually give star ratings for novels any, simply because I know how much soul goes into creating and publishing a book But with SCARLET, I couldn t NOT give this debut 5 whopping stars This is the BEST novel I ve read in a very very long time It had me completely sucked in from chapter one, and I didn t want it to end when the last page crept up Scarlet is a fabulously complex girl I loved her so much strong and independent, with demons in her past and a fearful secret revolving around G [...]


  • Loved It s funny because I think I was invested in the action than romance in this one, but there still isn t anything I would change Reminded me of the way Moira Young writes, only a different setting Will definitely be reading its sequel.


  • Well, this one was a miss for me, which is a shame because I like Robin Hood and I liked the idea of one of the characters being a girl, but meh I just found myself unable to CARE I didn t get attached to the story at all, or the characters and their relationships I found it pretty dull and it didn t really get interesting for me I had to skim to end it because I just wasn t having fun.I found Scarlet s character pretty annoying tbh and I did not appreciate all the hate toward other girls that s [...]




  • Scarlet was an adventurous story that was filled to the brim with excitement and hardships at many turns I was a little nervous stepping into a book that contained characters that I hold near and dear to my heart, but I loved how Scarlet felt familiar yet was uniquely different at the same time While I did have some issues with a love triangle, I can t wait to see what happens with the rest of this trilogy Especially after that fabulous life and death ending I swallowed We watch each others back [...]


  • Okay You are all familiar with my what s the word thing for thieves And Robin is perhaps the thief I ve loved the longest So it should come as no surprise when I say that I was filled with glee when I first heard about A C Gaughen s upcoming retelling SCARLET I liked the cover and, without running down too many spoilery details, I looked forward to the focus on Will Scarlet and the fact that it hailed from a debut author All of these things add up to that most wonderful of things possibility [...]


  • Oh, this so my kind of story A stubborn, brash, get out of my way and let me do my thing lead character, who is flawed realistically, yet fierce, brave and determined Scarlet is a strong lead who had me rooting for her the whole time The only girl among Robin Hood s band of thieves, she hides away, playing the role of a young boy, while her past is steadily sneaking up on her in the form of a Thief Taker named Lord Gisbourne.Though she doesn t let that hold her back from trying to help the citiz [...]


  • I loved this book I have always loved Robin hood even as a child and A.C Gaugher is writing it so good, I love Robin, John and Much and Scarlet is an amazing badass girl I know I have given many books lately 5 starts but I guess I have had an good book year Re read before Lady Thief, I just love this book and Robin Hood 3 Just aww, I love Robin, John, Much and Scarlet I can t wait to start Lady Thief and I hope it is as good 3


  • The first thing that came to mind as soon as I figured out this was about Robin Hood s band was the Robin Hood song that the italian cartoon singer Cristina D avena sang, here s the link if you d like to listen to it, it s really adorable youtube watch v MVdXx I grew up with Robin Hood s cartoons and soon fell in love with all the movies and the stories and when I found out that one of my fav author had actually wrotten Robin Hood, not only did I feel stupid but also enthusiastic I went out and [...]


  • 3.9 5 stars Amazing read, I loved both Robin and Scarlet, but the one thing that bugged me a lot was the writing style RTC So she killed herself, John said So they say That really doesn t sound all that awful, John muttered Not worth dying for You know nothing of it, John To be silenced when your wishes don t matter, to be sold like property, and to a man like him I spat at his feet A man would know nothing of it And what would a thief know of it John scoffed Like you ve ever done a damn thing y [...]


  • I am a sucker for a good historical retelling, and a strong heroine to be honest, and this book had everything I was looking for.Scarlet is a member of Robin Hood s band of thieves Few outside the group know that she s a girl, as she disguises herself as Will Scarlet In the legends and movies of past Robin Hoods, Will was often considered Robin s best friend, and was always played by the cutest, dorkiest boys In case you need a reminder Robin Hood Prince of Thieves 1991 Robin Hood Men in Tights [...]


  • I opened this book, and after reading the dialect, I thought, HuhI m not sure I ll be able to read this Then, three pages later, I was so sucked into the story, I stopped noticing the dialect All I saw was Scarlet s VOICE and let me tell you, she has one A powerful, compelling, stubborn as hell voice that fits every impulsive, disgruntled course of action she chooses.To be honest, impulsive MCs are pretty common erm own coughcough , but Scarlet is easily the most convincing impulsive MC I ve eve [...]


  • OMG FLAWLESS BOOK I LOVE LOVE LOVE IT Since childhood i always had an attachment with the story of Robin Hood and it always felt close to home And then i read this and WOW BRILLIANT TWIST Scarlet is such an amazing character so strong and badass reading her thoughts made me feel badass RobOH MY GOD GIVE ME MY ROB We should all get a Rob JUST UGHHH I LOVE HIMMMM P crazy eyes Much,he s an adorable little puppy and smart Johnwell when he s not trying to ruin my ship,he s a decent fellow A.C.Gaughen [...]


  • 4.5 5 I really enjoyed the character Scarlet The story was very intriguing, and I am not going to lie I am a sucker for retellings Robin Hood It was a quick and easy read, with a strong kick ass female leading the show Plus, Rob was not so bad either


  • aaaaaaaah where is the sequel oh yeah on my e Reader goodbye friends i have to continue soooo freaking good I can t even rob and scar just woow _


  • This review originally appeared on Finding Bliss in Books Scarlet is one of those books that come with a lot of hype It is also one of those books I was only mildly interested in Whenever I saw someone gushing about it, I adopted an eh, we ll see, maybe one day attitude That person Don t listen to her She is wrong Luckily, Meg realised just how wrong the way I was living my life was and sent me a copy I m always in for a Red Riding Hood retelling, so I moved it up on the TBR pile Then I read the [...]


  • What a RIDE I LOVED A.C Gaughen s twist of the tale of Robin Hood I could not get enough of the fierce, loyal, and equally deadly Scarlet She really was as badass as they come I LOVED HER 4 Stars SCARLET was an awesome retelling of ROBIN HOOD I loved the twist that A.C Gaughen put on the ROBIN HOOD classic She spun the original ROBIN HOOD tale, with her own freshly imaginative twist, that brings a whole new world of characters, obstacles and adventure I loved that the drama, action, secrets, and [...]


  • First let me just say that I am a huge fan of the Robin Hood Legend As a kid I watched the Kevin Costner, Morgan Freeman movie about 15 times then most people would call healthy So when I saw there was a book out that had a twist on the same old story Will Scarlet is a girl in disguise I was beyond excited.But then it turned out to be just so BAD Here s why Let me paint a picture of Scarlet for you Imagine that chick from Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon who can fly through trees and has other se [...]


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