When the legendary realm of Avalon disappears into the mist, it leaves behind a powerful and dangerous legacy of curses invoked in the heat of anger and passion. Over the centuries the words have faded to a mere whisper, yet their power remains strong and deadly.
Now, the Dark Lady, Morganna, seeks to claim the powerful Sword Excalibur for herself while the descendants of Merlin and the Lady of the Lake must deal with the repercussions of long ago betrayals.
Danger ensues when Gavin and Tamara discover journals written by their ancestors and embark on a search for the truth. Thrust together by fate and caught in circumstances beyond their control, the two find themselves attracted to and frustrated with each other. Unaware that a blood sacrifice is needed to activate the power of the sword, Gavin and Tamara find themselves in a race against evil in order to defeat Morganna and save themselves.
Targeted Age Group:: 13 and up
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I have always loved the Arthurian theme and felt drawn to writing a book about Sword Excalibur and Merlin.
How Did You Come up With Your Characters?
Most of my characters are obviously mythical characters from legends and history, the other characters just fell into place as I started writing.
About the Author:
An avid reader since childhood, I used to wake up early in the morning to read before going to school. The books that first fired my imagination were the Black Stallion books by Walter Farley. My daydreams leaned toward finding myself stranded on a desert island with a black stallion only I could ride. Those daydreams helped me make it through, what I considered, the drudgery of school. Who wouldn’t rather be romping in the freedom of the outdoors taming a wild stallion?
As I matured, so did my taste in books along with my daydreams. Escaping into the pages of a book captured my attention and pumped my senses like nothing else. Unfortunately, I was always of the mind that I could never actually write a book. You had to be a writer to do something like that. Eventually, I came to my senses. As my fortieth birthday approached, I decided to write a book. I had no idea how to write, what to write about, or even how to begin, but, imbued with Capricorn stubborness, I wrote anyway.
Currently, I am living my life-long dream on 50 acre farm in Ontario, Canada. This move to the country has proven to be time consuming, especially since a friend gave me two baby goats as a farm-warming gift. I have added to the herd and now own 12 goats, not to mention my Welsh pony, 3 dogs and 2 cats.
My husband, Fred, and I, own and operate a martial arts and wellness centre as well as run an archery range and store on our farm. I also work a part time job in order to help feed my menagerie of animals.
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