UNDER CAMELOT’S BANNER
April 1, 2006
New York, NY 10279
$13.95 U.S./$16.95 Canada
Rating: 4 Cups
Sisters Lynet and Laurel Carnbrea are faced with a war when the kingdom of Camliard falls into danger.
Lynet must encourage Queen Guinevere to return to her motherland to reinstate peace after the public feels it has lost its trust in Arthur and Camelot. Lynet refuses to fail at restoring harmony for the kingdom.
Gareth is Sir Gawain’s younger brother. He would like nothing more than to obtain knighthood. He comes to Lynet’s rescue.
The evil sorceress Morgaine schemes to keep Lynet and Gareth from fulfilling their plans.
After Lynet’s sister is held hostage, she sets out for Camelot. She is not too happy when she is in the middle of the affairs surrounding the court. After a thorough search, Lynet finds the only ally who is willing to offer help is Gareth. The sorceress Morgaine stands in the way of Lynet and Gareth threatening their strategy. For once Gareth wishes to become his own legend. As he and Lynet embark on a treacherous quest, they both learn it is not as easy as they imagined. The two must match their wits to withstand Morgaine, while leaning upon their strength and love to save a kingdom from war.
Under Camelot’s Banner is filled with treachery, hate, magic, good and bad, that all amounts to the good conquering the evil. With a cast of secondary characters, some tossing in of an evil magician, a touch of a magical mirror, and the reader is carried into a world with an unforgettable landscape filled with knights, kings, and queens. Lynet and Gareth make a delightful romantic couple that fills the pages with zest. Ms. Zettel weaves a compelling fantasy that is brilliantly detailed and magnificently created. She pens believable characters, true excitement, and a read quite enchanting on a charming trip to Camelot.
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