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Lord of the Forest (Robin Hood m/m) ADULT excerpt.


My m/m spin on the Robin Hood legend is out now!

Read chapter one and buy it from Loose Id.

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Lord of the Forest by Kay Berrisford. Genre: m/m, fantasy and paranormal with some BDSM and fetish elements. Novel length (60k). Published by Loose Id. Art by Anne Cain.

Blurb: England, 1217. Dark forces are rising. In the Greenwood, foul spirits grow powerful, and greedy barons plunder the lands. Only one man dares fight back—Robin Hood.

Robin’s band of brothers is broken. Now a lone warrior, he denies his famous name and laments the friends and lovers he’s lost. When the fair folk capture Cal, a beautiful young forester descended from the Greenwood’s ancient protectors, Robin rescues him and forges a new alliance.

Despite a sizzling attraction, Robin senses Cal isn’t like his old comrades, and he’s right. Cal’s been raised as a royal spy. He plans to seduce and betray Robin, but can’t harm the man he’s falling hard for. Mistrust and arguments spill into passionate lovemaking, as Cal learns the meaning of loyalty, fighting beside Robin, the only friend he’s ever known. Even the enchanted forest seeks to bind Robin and the returned protector ever tighter.

Their connection will be tested by nature’s wildest forces, Robin’s past, Cal’s lies, and in a baron’s darkest dungeon. To survive, Robin and Cal must admit their love and embrace their true destinies. Only then can they save England and each other—and win their happiness ever after.

ADULT excerpt

Had Daniel died hating him? Robin felt numb inside.

Cal touched his knee. “I didn’t mean to bring back bad memories.”

Robin couldn’t help but take comfort in Cal’s presence. It had been too long since he’d sat and talked with another man like this.

“But does devotion play no part?” asked the forester. “That connection between two souls when their eyes meet and their bodies touch. When they make love and know there can never be another.”

Robin gave no answer, because he had none. He’d never formed such an unbreakable bond, and he must end this charade now.

Instead he remained still as a statue, his throat dry. He stared into Cal’s eyes, striving to read more than the flicker of reflected firelight, and discerned no more or less than the reflection of his soul. A furnace of loneliness, pain, and desire blazed there. Hope tugged at his heart.

Could this be real? After so long alone, could my endless prayers for someone to hold have been answered?

He reached for Cal, tentative as if the forester were a sprite of moonbeams that would disintegrate beneath his touch. Swift as a pouncing wolf, Cal took Robin’s face in his hands and pressed his mouth to Robin’s.

Hot flesh brushed flesh, the contact gentle and moist and sending a bolt of fire straight to Robin’s cock. Caution shouted in the back of his brain but proved no use. Cal tasted of warm chestnuts, soft and sublime. The lad licked the seam of Robin’s mouth, and madness seized him. He parted his lips, grabbed Cal’s silky hair, and intensified the kiss. Cal moaned into Robin’s throat and drifted a hand up his thigh, setting his skin aflame and his prick stiffening.

In truth, Robin had rarely kissed before, not like this. With his men, he’d fumble and joke, then see straight to the business of their needy cocks. Now he enfolded Cal in his arms, pulling him closer, mindful of the lad’s injury. Cal worked his mouth slickly and sweetly, unleashing waves of feral passion that washed through Robin like a flood. He reveled in the union of flesh against flesh, the rising heat in his shaft, which Cal stroked so roughly it wept. Cal straddled him, scrubbing his burgeoning erection against the bared flesh of Robin’s thigh. Damn, Robin wanted to fuck him.

And he’d fall straight into a forester’s honeyed trap.

He broke the kiss and pushed the forester away. Cal whined, lust steeping his snatched breaths.

“That,” said Robin, “is not love either. For my part, it’s a lonely man being a fool. For your part…” He neither knew what accusation to make nor truly wished to say it.


The Greenwood series can be read in any order. Other titles: Bound for the Forest; Bound to the Beast.

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  1. Colleen C. says:

    I love reading twists on tales we know…

  2. Sydney W says:

    Thats a nice twist to the robinhood we all know :)
    Best Wishes,
    Sydney W,

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