Arthurian

D+
Royal Enchantment

Royal Enchantment and the books in the Camelot Reborn series work under the premise that King Arthur and his Knights were suspended in time in order to defend humans against a future magical threat by Queen Morgan le Fae and her people.  It sounded like something I might enjoy since I’ve loved st ...

B-
Magick by Moonrise

What do you get when you mix the magic and mystery of the Fey version of Camelot with Queen Mary of England and the Spanish Inquisition? Well, I had hoped a great story, but I felt that the contradictions of the enchantment of Camelot and the word at the cusp of Enlightenment became just too deep a ...

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 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 ...

C-
Lucan

Right. *Takes deep breath* Lucan is from Earth in the future, when everyone is sterile, and he discovers that the only hope for mankind is to find the Holy Grail which can cure anything and is kept on the moon Avalon. So Lucan travels bajillions of light-years only to find that the Grail is hidde ...

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-
Knights of the Round Table: Gawain

Knights of the Round Table: Gawain is both the third book that Rowley has published and the third in this interesting series that puts a different spin on the legends of those mythic knights. Rowley’s writing is intelligent, witty, and filled with great imagination. In this book she features the c ...

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
Knights of the Round Table: Geraint

A warrior heroine in historical romance is one plot element that makes me look the other way when choosing my next read. That doesn’t mean I haven’t enjoyed a few of those heroines in the past but after reading Gwen Rowley’s latest featuring one very appealing fighting woman who can match, if ...

D
Knight of Darkness

Imagine you’re me… The new Kinley MacGregor comes in the mail. While not a fan of her alter ego Sherrilyn Kenyon, you have enjoyed her historical romances in the past. They might have been a shade wallpaper-esque, but were entertaining reads. Knowing that MacGregor has now stepped into the le ...