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Morgen of Avalon: Dreamspell 1 By Carol Weakland,

  • Title: Morgen of Avalon: Dreamspell 1
  • Author: Carol Weakland
  • ISBN: 9781456347581
  • Page: 495
  • Format: Paperback
  • morgenofavalonbooks Weakland is a talented writer who admirably weaves pacifistic themes in a novel thrawt with war Foreword Clarion Review Forget everything you know about Morgan Le Fay and enter the world of Morgen of Avalon She was King Arthur s healer, his love, the Faerie Queen destined to help him evoke peace throughout war torn Britannia And so Amorgenofavalonbooks Weakland is a talented writer who admirably weaves pacifistic themes in a novel thrawt with war Foreword Clarion Review Forget everything you know about Morgan Le Fay and enter the world of Morgen of Avalon She was King Arthur s healer, his love, the Faerie Queen destined to help him evoke peace throughout war torn Britannia And so Avalon s brightest hope became human Mortality proves a double edged sword that dulls Morgen s memories, especially when fate separates her from Arthur at birth Magical in every sense of the word, the new found princess so irritates High King Uther Pendragon that he imprisons her in a nunnery where she forgets her purpose even her connection to Arthur What can she have in common with a brother who instigates bloodshed every time he enters a battlefield How can they share the same peaceful goals Darkness clouds all perception until Merlin, a mysterious enchanter, captures Morgen s affections This arch mage holds the key to uniting warrior and fairy, if he ignores the secret longings of his own heart Passion and prophecy consume Morgen as she finds herself torn between two vastly different men while the battle for Britannia increases its fury Set amidst the backdrop of King Arthur s turbulent rise to power, Morgen of Avalon Dreamspell, is the first in a series of romantic fantasy novels that introduces Arthur and Morgen as star crossed lovers not the typical adversaries found in many Arthurian novels Will their love be strong enough to over ride convention, free Britannia once and for all Story Excerpt Morgen grasped hold of Arthur s bloodied sleeve, but he easily shook free All the anger, the horror of betrayal, spilled forth in one great cry Look at you, Morgen your hair, your cloak your very hands caked with blood As are yours I see no difference between us unless it be that I heal people, while you slaughter them Morgen Merlin tried to intercede, but he was too late Arthur grabbed Morgen by the wrists and held her fast Were you really out there healing Saxons the very people who would have murdered all of us without a second thought Understanding broke through Morgen s defenses, softening her heart Arthur thought only of safeguarding the people by whatever means possible War, at the present moment, was the only means he understood Softly, she reached up on tiptoe and draped her arms around his neck Is it not possible that we each use different means to achieve the same goal It is peace we seek now and forever Surely we need not punish each other for that
    Morgen of Avalon Dreamspell morgenofavalonbooks Weakland is a talented writer who admirably weaves pacifistic themes in a novel thrawt with war Foreword Clarion Review Forget everything you know about Morgan Le Fay and enter the

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    1. If you enjoy the Arthurian genre, you need to not only read Carol s books, you need to get to know her from her website She puts her heart and soul into everything she writes, and does it from a perspective that gives you the feeling that somehow, someway, she has lived it herself You think you know the truth about Morgen You think you have read so many books about her and her life that you know all there is to know Ahh again You have never known Morgen quite like this There are so many facets t [...]

    2. Some parts were a little slow trying to figure out if it was in vision or dream state or really happening.

    3. The book started off well, and was interesting, but bogged down and became somewhat tedious about halfway through I gave up on page 296, but will probably try to slog through to the finish sometime in the future.Sorry, I just had to give up the book became almost unreadable, the storyline veering off wildly and making me lose all interest Not even going to try to finish it now

    4. I actually loved this book i could not put it down it captured my mind from the begining and held it the first thing I did when I finished was to ask when the second part was going to be done I am looking forward to reading the second book.

    5. I never really got invested in the characters enough to finish the book I admit I skimmed the last 100 pages I wanted to find out what happened, but didn t have the stamina to wade through the flowery prose to get the story I won t be reading the second book It just wasn t to my taste.

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