By Jacqueline Church Simonds
The reincarnated souls of King Arthur, Merlin, and an anxiety-ridden priestess go back to avoid wasting Britain after a devastating nuclear assault, merely to discover an outdated foe: Morgaine.
After a nuclear assault on London that heralds The Time Foretold, Ava Cerdwin, the excessive priestess accountable for pleasurable a 1,500-year-old prophecy, needs to help the heirs of King Arthur and Merlin in therapeutic the devastated country.
The descendants of Britain’s nice males of legend have saved the myths and relics for sixty-one generations, yet not anyone is kind of transparent on what they need to do next.
Nothing is going as deliberate: Ava falls for the incorrect inheritor, the panic assaults are becoming worse, the advanced tasks of reincarnation are straining outdated relationships, and Morgaine and her henchwomen are attempting to kill them.
Somehow, a way, Ava has to make the therapeutic take place, or Britain is done.
The Midsummer Wife, ebook one of many Heirs to Camelot is an city myth that mixes Arthurian lore, love, and a race to a panoramic finish.
Praise for The Midsummer Wife
“Sex, magic, and tool collide during this [Urban] fable that starts while a devastating terrorist assault on glossy London sparks the long-foretold go back of King Arthur to heal Britain. Simonds boldly maintains the Arthurian saga into the current day, as heirs to Arthur, Merlin, and the girl either males as soon as enjoyed fight to appreciate and satisfy their destinies and outwit the sinister schedule of the sorceress Morgaine.” ~ Lisa Jensen, writer Alias Hook and Beast: A Love Story
“Imaginative, enthralling, and emotionally complicated, Simonds’ detailed tale boldly expands the Arthurian legend into interesting new territory. The fantastical elements—rituals from outdated Celtic religions, darkish magic, forces of fate—are good drawn and assuredly built-in right into a modern environment. after which there’s the romance… the palpable chemistry among Ava and Ron (the Arthur heir), advanced through their respective destinies, makes their dating a riveting read.” ~ Mary Fan, writer of Starswept, Artificial Absolutes