Overview

In a search to find Excalibur, who knew they'd find love?

Set in Philadelphia, London, Glastonbury, and Edinburgh, 1892.

Arthur Pierce was raised on bedtime stories of Camelot, but growing up in a family of sharpers taught him that only suckers believe in dreams.

When he inherits an ancient clue that could lead to the fabled sword Excalibur, he tells himself it’s the payoff, ...

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Search for Camelot

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Overview

In a search to find Excalibur, who knew they'd find love?

Set in Philadelphia, London, Glastonbury, and Edinburgh, 1892.

Arthur Pierce was raised on bedtime stories of Camelot, but growing up in a family of sharpers taught him that only suckers believe in dreams.

When he inherits an ancient clue that could lead to the fabled sword Excalibur, he tells himself it’s the payoff, not the adventure that draws him to the quest.

Chelsea Delafield is an aloof British bluestocking, certainly not the fun-loving type of woman Arthur likes to dally with, but he needs her. She’s an expert in Arthurian history.

So, why does Arthur find himself dreaming each night that beneath Chelsea’s cool intellect is his own Lady of the Lake, a passionate woman able to fulfill his buried desire for romance?

This is Book Two in the Camelot Series.

Search for Camelot is the spin-off of the Golden Heart Award winning A Touch of Camelot. It was previously published under the title Return to Camelot by Donna Grove. This edition has been edited and updated for ebook readers. It contains mild love scenes.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940045704748
  • Publisher: Delynn Royer
  • Publication date: 11/25/2012
  • Series: Camelot , #2
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,211,204
  • File size: 400 KB

Meet the Author

Delynn Royer is the older, smarter, funnier, more ornery alter ego of author Donna Grove, who, as a young mother, published several historical romances. The first, A Touch of Camelot, won a Romance Writers of America Golden Heart Award. Soon after, Delynn set aside her pen to concentrate on her day job and raising her sons.Now that she has completed her finest achievement – that of launching two upstanding young men into the world – she has returned to her first love, writing. She has updated editions of her backlist to be made available as e-books and is happily penning a new romantic mystery series set in 1920s Manhattan. The first, It Had to Be You, is due out from Carina Press in April 2014.
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