The call of Camelot was to much for him to resist.
All Arthur had to do was sell his furs and go home and settle down with one of the neighboring farmers daughters. But when he falls at the feet of the Princess Guinevere his world gets turned upside down.
Promised to Prince Gregory the crowned Prince of Camelot, Guinevere has resigned herself to a loveless marriage. Brought up to put her people her first she does everything she can to protect them. When a hunter falls at her feet he tempts her in ways no one ever has before him.
Will the two be able to fight their attraction or will fate intervene?
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Fun, FANTASTIC, and fraught with peril! A SPICY steamy MUST-BUY!
“THE LOST KING,” the second installment in author Leilani Love’s romantic retelling of the Legend of King Author and the Round Table is OUTSTANDING. Love’s prose is smooth, flowing, and easy to read, allowing readers to focus on the amazingly realistic “historical” figures of the Round Table Legend, and some extra characters which add a freshness to Love’s retelling of the tale. There’s a novelty to the story that Love’s words weave that has rapidly made “THE LOST KING” my favorite retelling, at least so far . . . . but there is a third part to be released very soon, and I can hardly wait! Like “Saving the King” before it, “THE LOST KING” is more than worth the time and cost of admission. It may even develop fans of those who were failed by the Twain, Hollywood, and Broadway renderings of King Arthur! And unlike those versions, “THE LOST KING” is basically a love story, the romance between Arthur and Guinevere. It’s a slow burn to some first love STEAM, and so worth the wait! While I voluntarily read an ARC copy of “THE LOST KING” to prepare this honest voluntary review, I also plan to purchase a copy of “THE LOST KING” to support a very talented author, and to place it in the FAVORITES collection of my Kindle. So, if you have ever been a fan of any retelling of King Arthur’s story or are a fan of well-written romance in general, then I STRONGLY suggest that you get your copy of “THE LOST KING” today! Happy pages! 😉
How Arthur and Guinevere meet
I love to read books that take place during the time frame of Kings and knights. What I really enjoyed about this book is that the 2 leading female characters are not damsels in distress. They are quite capable of taking care of themselves and helping others. I wondered how pulling Excalibur from the stone would be worked in and it was handled beautifully. I wish the book didn’t end so soon. Hopefully there will be another one to continue the story.
I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.