Marion Miller comes to Sherwood Forest to uncover he father's mysterious past. She is looking for somewhere to stay, but instead finds herself on the wrong side of the reception desk at the Peace and Pigs campsite. Despite her shyness, she promptly lands herself a job working for the big-hearted and irrepressible Scarlett.
It takes all of Marion's determination to come out of her shell and get to grips with life on a busy campsite, where even the chickens seem determined to thwart her. Then an unfortunate incident with a runaway bike throws her into the arms of the beautiful, but deeply unimpressed, Rueben...
Can Marion discover her father's secret? And will she find peace, and perhaps even love among the pigs?
I have to admit that the thing that first attracted me to Making Marion by Beth Moran was the cover. Unlike most books I've read lately the cover looked fun and lighthearted, then when I seen that it was a Robin Hood story I was even more intrigued. After reading more serious drama filled books I was ready for something fun.
I hate to say that I was disappointed with what I found within the pages of the book. The story was just okay, but what bothered me the most was some of the language. There was not a huge amount of bad words, but enough to turn me off from it. I am very particular as to what I read and I would not classify the book as a christian novel and because of those reasons I could not recommend this book to others.
About the Author:
Beth Moran lives in Nottningham with her husband, and three children. When she's not writing, Beth helps lead a national women's network. You can visit her website by clicking HERE.
***This book was provided to my by the publisher in exchange for my honest review.