**Please note that this title was originally released as an Amazon short read serial. It is now here, packaged together as a complete novel for over 60% off the original price.**
Street Urchin Rule Number 21: You got time to lean, you got time to scheme … Robin Lockslay
After Richard Lionhart catches Robin Lockslay (hacker and street urchin extraordinaire) stealing his family heirlooms, he hires her to ferret out corporate espionage at his charitable foundation in the heart of Nottingham City. Two years later Richard goes missing, and Robin join forces with some light fingered friends – Scarlett Wilson, Allana Dale, Jonina Little and the gallant Marius Day – in the hopes of staging an unbelievable rescue. But can she solve the mystery, thwart her dashing but sometimes unwanted suitors, avoid eviction, and save the poor … all without being arrested?
A fun, modern day, gender bending twist on the classic Robin Hood tale.
In Robins own words …
Nominative determinism. It’s a real thing, I kid you not. It’s the theory that a person’s name has inevitable power over the choices they make in life. So, when you hear my name is Robin Lockslay and I break locks, well, you can make up your own mind. It’s not like the first moment I understood what slay and lock meant, I gravitated toward a hairpin and shoved it in a padlock. Ha! No. There were a series of unfortunate events that led to the most complicated moment of my year. A moment where I ran for my life down the tarmac toward a private jet with the son of a billionaire and a case of stolen diamonds.
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