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Camelot's Enchantment
     

Camelot's Enchantment

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by Cynthia Breeding
 

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Camelot's Enchantment

FROM THE WORLD OF FAERIE
With King Arthur and his knights sleeping under an enchantment in Avalon, Morgan le Fey, Queen of Faerie, has a lot of time on her hands. Luckily, her consort, Cernunnos, god of the Wild Hunt, knows just how to fill it...
Outraged that she has lost her lover, ancient faerie rival, Aoibhill, seeks to rid herself

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Camelot's Enchantment

FROM THE WORLD OF FAERIE
With King Arthur and his knights sleeping under an enchantment in Avalon, Morgan le Fey, Queen of Faerie, has a lot of time on her hands. Luckily, her consort, Cernunnos, god of the Wild Hunt, knows just how to fill it...
Outraged that she has lost her lover, ancient faerie rival, Aoibhill, seeks to rid herself of Morgan by pushing her through the Portal of Time.

HURTLED THROUGH TIME
Cernunnos leaps after Morgan and they find themselves in 21st century England with no magical powers and little knowledge of how to survive in a world that moves way too fast.

COMES A POWERFUL EVIL
Furious that she has lost Cernunnos once again, Aoibhill summons her incubus son, Melehan. Powerful and ruthless, he has inherited all the evil traits of his father, Medraut.

READY TO DESTROY THE WORLD
Together they leap, unleashing their dark powers on their quest to find Morgan and Cernunnos.

On Avalon, the enchantment slowly lifts...

Editorial Reviews

Joy Nash
Camelot's Enchantment is a highly original and captivating tale.
S. Trimble
Camelot's Enchantment was a fascinating book about what could have happened differently with King Arthur and his knights. I am a huge fan of anything relating to this time period and of fairies as well. This story blended the two topics perfectly. The story is a perfect romance, with a healthy dose of sex mixed in. Readers are sure to get a new outlook on the Knights of the Round Table and their courageous king. They might even find a bit of a history lesson in the action packed paragraphs too.
Highland Reviewer
Breeding once again transports readers to another realm where fairies rule and legends live on. It's a thrilling world where the Queen of the Fairies learns the truth about love and two souls set upon a magical journey that begins with the unfurling of a long-awaited prophecy. In the world of Faerie, Morgan Le Fay is eagerly anticipating the arrival of Lancelot and the seduction that's sure to follow...

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780984249954
Publisher:
Highland Press
Publication date:
01/18/2011
Pages:
242
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.55(d)

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