Books by Angela Knight

B
Master of Darkness

If you saw a book described as being about King Arthur, warlocks, sorcerers, and Avalon, what kind of book would you expect? Probably the same thing that I would and we would both be way off in the case of Master of Darkness. In the description it did say that there were werewolves involved, so I ...

C+
Master of Smoke

Anything can become too much if taken to excess - even chocolate and coffee. And we all know that glomming can sometimes backfire, turning the desire to read everything by a certain author to having to avoid her books for months. Mageverse feels a bit like that to me. Like she threw in everything ...

C+
Master of Fire

While Master of Fire was generally interesting and easy to read, the weak plot and ultimately superficial characters made this book less than a keeper. Logan MacRoy is a Lieutenant in a police bomb squad in Greendale County, South Carolina. He also happens to be the mortal son of King Arthur and ...

B-
Master of Wolves

Angela Knight's Master of Wolves is part of her Mageverse series, and though I've been collecting it for a while, it's actually only the second title in the series I've read. Unfortunately, I determined rather late that as far as "monsters" go, I prefer werewolves to vampires, which is why I've not ...

B+
Warrior

I’ve found my first guilty pleasure of the year in Angela Knight’s Warrior, which kicks off her Time Hunters series. Take an alpha male hero, a strong heroine, and a nasty villain, then throw in the future, science fiction, and time travel for an attention-grabbing, fast-paced, lush romance. As ...

D+
Master of Dragons

Master of Dragons is the latest in Angela Knight's Mageverse, the alternate world of Avalon and King Arthur. This is not the King Arthur and the Round Table of the Dark Ages, though, and as a result, for much of the time I spent reading the book, I felt like I was involved in a game of Dungeons and ...

B+
Master of Swords

Wow. I have to admit to a fair few prejudices before starting this book. I’m an Arthur girl. I read The Once and Future King and Le Morte D’Artur. Sword in the Stone is my favourite Disney movie. I know all the words to the soundtrack of Camelot. I even sat through the dismal First Knight – ...

B
Master of the Night

Warning! Master of the Night may spontaneously combust. Sit next to an open window or fan to keep cool! It's a testimony to this author's talent that she managed to insert an interesting plot between the scorching sex scenes. Forget all you think you know about Merlin, Arthur, and ...

B+
The Forever Kiss

Although there are some paranormal novels that I can appreciate, there are just as many that often do not make the grade since an interesting concept can quickly turn tacky. Yet, The Forever Kiss takes a common premise and makes it exciting and romantic. But, more importantly, this first single titl ...

B
Jane's Warlord

I'll admit I chose Ms. Knight's Berkley debut because of the title. How could I not? A title character named Jane who has her very own warlord? Shallow reasons aside, I'm glad I gave Jane's Warlord a shot. Though it's a bit of a mixed bag, I do look forward to reading this author's next work. ...