Sunday, October 16, 2016

Review of "Enchanted Guardian" By: Sharon Ashwood

"Enchanted Guardian" By: Sharon Ashwood
Rating: 4.5*

It was the mythology of Camelot that attracted me to this read.  Combining the well loved mythology with the modern world took incredible skill to blend it all together seamlessly.  Sharon Ashwood did a superb job.

With centuries old grudges and rivalries still holding strong, the new Camelot is under threat from the devious Morgan Le Fay.  She will stop at nothing to get what she wants: Nim, Camelot and Excalibur.  The Knights of the Round Table, who have traveled through time as statues, are being awaken when they are discovered.  The Fae have become outcasts.  Nim and Lancelot have a past together but time and events drove them apart.  Nim, Lady of the Lake and a Fae, is running from Morgan and Lancelot is newly awoken.  The strength of their love has stood the test of time but they may have to make the ultimate sacrifice to save Camelot once again.

This was an interesting combination of magic, old traditions and modern life.  Seeing the iconic characters in a modern setting was certainly interesting and at times unexpected.  This was brilliantly done and I felt completely immersed in the story, the setting and the characters.

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