Fagan has done what many thought impossible: she’s awakened King Arthur from
his fifteen-hundred-year sleep, reunited the Knights of the Round Table, and
even beaten Mordrid and Morgana LeFay in battle.
Destined One’s quest has only begun.
knights can “unearth and reclaim their lost relics” they must survive
the trip to Charleston, South Carolina and meet the newest member of the Round
Table. If King Arthur’s men thought Aliana and Lacy were tenacious, they’ll be
even more surprised by Dawn, the third member of the fem-trio.
secrets, unexpected allies, and a traitor lurking in the shadows await Aliana
and the new Round Table as they continue their search for Excalibur. Their only
clue is a beyond confusing poem from a mysterious book that speaks of a
terrifying creature guarding the legendary sword. Trying to build a somewhat
normal relationship with Sir Galahad adds a whole new level of complexity to
Aliana’s task, especially when several among them suspect the White Knight may
not be wholly himself. Her friendship with King Arthur grows closer, and when
circumstances become intense, he may finally get the chance with Aliana that
he’s been pining for.
legendary quests, and haunting memories will either unite the members of the
New Round Table or fracture their bonds. Aliana and her crew only have seven
months before the planets align and Mordrid can seize the power he needs to
conquer the seven realms. Can the Destined One keep her new family together and
lead Arthur to his destiny of saving the realms? Or will a centuries-old plot
for revenge finally spell the king’s end?
into the doorframe when Galahad placed his large hands on her tense
massaged her tight shoulders. “But you seem lost in another world.”
before turning her to face him. “I understand how you’re feeling right now. My
parents were murdered when I was young.”
told me that.”
He raised me as his own, trained me to be a knight.” His hand rubbed light
circles on her back.
confessed, hoping that sharing some of her pain would help lessen
you came to London?”
his chest. She studied the office until she found her voice. “I was in New
Orleans working on a photo commission several months ago. I was walking the
French Quarter when I came to a fortuneteller’s stand. I took a few pictures,
and she called me over. I thought she was going to be upset with me, but she
sat me down at her table. ‘You feet
mus’ be achin’ after running so hard, chère,’ she told me. ‘Folks thinkin’ the’ can run from de past
and they ghosts never find peace’.”
feel of the woman’s cracked, dry hand on top of hers and the smell of sweet tea
on the woman’s breath. “I tried to ignore her, but she kept insisting that I
needed to stop running and face what was haunting me. She said I’d never again
know what a real life ‘filled with love, happiness, and adventure’ felt like
until I faced my past. It took me another two weeks before I came home.”
shoulder, silently supporting her. “When you returned home you discovered your
was right. I never would have been in London if she hadn’t pushed me to come
home. I never would have been in Avalon’s forest, and I never would’ve found
you or Dagg or Arthur.”
seriousness in his eyes.
seasoned Pastry Chef in our nation’s capital and a lifelong fairytale (Disney
and Grimm) lover, believes in love at first sight, is addicted to 80’s &
90’s cartoons and anything that can capture my
ADD-way-to-overactive-imagination. Joan Lowery Nixon and L.J. Smith were the
first authors I became addicted to and who inspired me to steal away whenever I
could to read and write. You can keep up with me, and all my news and
adventures on Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, Blogger and Legendary Saga website.
LITTLE MORE ABOUT MY SERIES:
I’ve had in head for years. The idea came to me during an english project about
you guessed it- Arthurian legends. My teacher was against web research and
allowed us to use textbooks only. I discovered different ways to spell the
characters names, including Mordred. There are five spelling variations that I
found, and I chose to use one that is much less known: Mordrid. Other names I
kept the same, and some I changed for the sake of the story. My reason for
changing the names and/or spellings is this: my Knights of the Round Table,
their enemies and allies are very different from what people are used to. I
don’t want to offend Arthurian purists and the “Arthurian
legend/history.” Legendary is pure fiction, straight from
my imagination. I took some liberties with the different stories and
incarnations. I changed the things I didn’t like to the way I wanted them to
be. I changed things to make them my own creation and tell you a new story.
Hence Legendry’s summary “everything she thought she knew
about Arthurian legends was wrong.”