Enchanted Guardian (Camelot Reborn Series #2)

Enchanted Guardian (Camelot Reborn Series #2)

by Sharon Ashwood

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ISBN-13: 9781488004704
Publisher: Harlequin
Publication date: 08/01/2016
Series: Camelot Reborn Series , #2
Sold by: HARLEQUIN
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 304
Sales rank: 723,605
File size: 3 MB

About the Author

 

Sharon Ashwood is a novelist, desk jockey and enthusiast for the weird and spooky. She has an English literature degree but works as a finance geek. Interests include growing her to-be-read pile and playing with the toy graveyard on her desk. 

Sharon is the winner of the 2011 RITA® Award for Paranormal Romance. She lives in the Pacific Northwest and is owned by the Demon Lord of Kitty Badness.

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Enchanted Guardian 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Archaeolibrarian More than 1 year ago
Enchanted Guardian is the tale of two names that are familiar with anyone who has even the faintest inkling of the King Arthur legends - Lancelot du Lac and Nimueh. We last saw Nimueh in Enchanted Warrior when she helped Tamsin and Gawain. Subsequently, she is on the run from Morgan LaFaye. Even considering binding her magic to stop from being found, she nevertheless does one last discreet service to Arthur, and finds Lancelot's statue. Nimueh is planning on disappearing, but fate wants her and Lancelot to have a second chance, so the timing is always 'wrong'. I love the mythology of Camelot, and by putting it into a modern setting, with the twist of the Fae losing their emotions, is simply wonderful reading! The story weaves itself around you, drawing you into a feud that is centuries old, but with fresh hurts. It is incredibly well written, with a smooth and flowing pace. There are 'hot spots' where Lancelot and Nimueh spend time exploring each other again, but nothing too descriptive. With no editing or grammatical issues to contend with, I can definitely recommend this book to all fans of the legends of Camelot, or Fantasy/Romance fans. Merissa Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books!
CarmenSwoonsCP More than 1 year ago
So Sharon Ashwood is outright encouraging me to read my fill. I've admitted to being less than stellar in my knowledge of Camelot, and its fine characters, but this incredible author delves into one of my favorite themes: Pining after the one that got away! This is current day Lancelot vying to recapture his true love, Nimueh, the Lady of the Lake. Take that, Guinevere! Enchanted Guardian was engrossing and romantic and I gulped it down as my last summer read. The Camelot Reborn series will enchant, and I mean it. Check out the trailer on her website! He had been her protege, her lover and her champion before ambition had drawn him to Arthur's side-and before the young queen, Guinevere, had stolen away his love. Before he betrayed... Love is stronger than pride and Nim is set to right her wrongs amidst the hurt, lots and lots of pain, suffered by Lancelot's dismissal. His decision, a veritable weight of betrayal that wipes away good memories. Lancelot, however, endeavors to dissuade her course of cold and persuade Nim into granting him a second chance. Not only is he charming and all things knightly, but their connection, one that transcends time, is enduring. Nim's resolve is futile when time and distance only stokes their attraction. *sighs* To be pursued like this...my kind of fantasy! When the Fae Queen, Morgan LaFaye, uber schemer and plotter of evil revenge, is closer to resurrect and usurp the power that was long ago ripped from her clan, can Nim and Lance set aside their complicated past, brimming with untold truths and lies of omission, to defeat the looming threat? Collaborating involves trusting each others' instincts and allies. What if they're mutually exclusive? Nim is fae and when her kind have been targeted for extermination, by none other than mighty King Arthur and his famed knights, the concept of unity might derail any future for our H/H. I'd still falter at Jeopardy if the subject was Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table, but Sharon Ashwood's Camelot Reborn series is fully ensconced in Carlyle, the once "insignificant tourist trap to the nexus of the battle between human and fae", I'd hazard I could clear the board successfully. ;) Ms. Ashwood maintains strength and impresses with Enchanted Guardian. There are facts and history interspersed within the excitement, adventure and passion of a love story. Even when HEA is upon them, it was magnificent to see Nim and Lancelot come to life individually. That acceptance, however sacrificing, was empowering and essential. I'm still shaking my head over LaFaye's twists *coughs* corruption, but it's all intricately woven, part and parcel, of a fantastic read. I'm ready for my next lesson, Ms. Ashwood!