Every woman dreams of meeting the legendary men from Arthurian legend...
My unreliable best friend ghosted me after I flew 4,700 miles for a trip to Glastonbury, England that she insisted on. Determined to have fun for the first time in years, I decided one quick tour of the St. Michael's Tower wouldn't hurt.
If that wasn't bad enough, an ancient witch shoved me through the barrier into Avalon, reigniting a 2,000 year war that basically erased Camelot from history.
Merlin, the charming and flirty wizard, made a mistake while casting a spell. Not only did he magically lock the door between our world and the mythical Avalon, but he's determined that I'm the only key.
Next up, Sir Lancelot, the protective and loyal black cat, who shifted into the deadliest man I've ever met. With his crazy notion that I'm his fated mate, he insisted using my new found magic to save us is too dangerous.
And finally, Arthur… brooding and dangerous, I can't keep my distance, even after he warned me to stay away. But when he touched me, I wanted to tempt fate by teasing the beast.
Except I'm tired of being the pawn, and the ancient witch bitch made a mistake when she tried to kill me. I won't stand by as they fight a war that might destroy everything I know. But I've held a deep, dark secret. Merlin awoke more than just a long, dormant powerful magic. He's unleashed a need in me, one that demands I make all three of them mine.
Dark Sins of Avalon is the first book in the Claimed by Avalon Series. If you love Camelot, magic gone awry, and not having to choose, then you won't want to miss out on this treat… Download Dark Sins of Avalon today to start your next delicious adventure!
Gwen and her cat, Sir Lancelot, were forced through a barrier into Avalon where King Arthur and Merlin were in hiding/imprisoned. Morgana was Gwen’s best friend and had betrayed her as well as Arthur and Merlin. Now the four of them were facing continued imprisonment, danger, mutual attraction and confusion as they tried to adjust to their new lives. Fun read.
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