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Take the story of Arthur and the Holy Grail, add some vampires and a new universe, lots of fighting and paranormal passion, then spin until dizzy. Welcome to the world Angela Knight has created in Master of Swords. It features two likable characters who fall reluctantly in love -- Lark McGuin, Maga apprentice and immortal witch, and Gawain, skilled knight, CNN watcher, and playboy. There's a complicated backstory involving Gawain and a dragon, the creation of the Mageverse, and so on. Suffice it to say, the Magekind are battling with the followers of an alien named Geirolf who have been turned into vampires. Lark McGuin has been petitioned to join the fight, but her assigned partner, Gawain, seems much keener on seduction.
As she did in Master of Wolves and Master of the Moon, Angela Knight packs a lot of passion and plot into a fast-paced book that never lets up. Ginger Curwen