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Lady Pendragon
By Marly Mathews
Fantasy Time Travel Romance

Collin Remington was used to getting what he wanted, and he wanted Lady Pendragon.

Born in the golden age of Camelot, Molly Pendleton had fought many battles against dark magic. The daughter of King Arthur she was destined to be the best Warrior Witch the world had ever known.

When Collin Remington storms into her life in present day New York, she is met with a foe she can never hope to defeat, for Collin wants her as his own, and he’ll stop at nothing to claim her heart.

With an ancient evil resurrected Collin and Molly must travel back in time to save the future.

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Lady Pendragon given 5 books at LASR! 

When I first picked up this book I thought it was going to be another Arthurian legend. Same story told in a different way. I was so wrong. This book takes the original legend and branches out into its own strong tale.

Lady Pendragon has magic, adventure, heroism and sword fighting. All good ingredients for an enthralling tale which also contains humor and romance. Elves, giants and many other magical creatures wander through the pages of this book, enriching the story with their own unique magic.

I would definitely recommend this book, especially if you like magic and Arthurian legends. And if you don’t like them, read it anyway. You will probably be converted. If this is a sample of Ms. Mathews' work I will certainly be reading other books by her. Reviewed by Orchid 

Coffee Time Romance has reviewed Lady Pendragon and here is a bit of what the reviewer had to say,

Ms. Matthews has given the reader a new twist on the Arthurian legends. Arthur and his sisters are just as powerful, but come across as real people. Morganna is not all evil, and Queen Gwen is a silly over religious woman, not Arthur’s true love, but not the backstabbing adultress either. The plot is full of interesting characters both magical and mundane, and the storyline is full of excitement and unexpected twists and turns. The highlight of the story is the love story between Collin and Molly. Once I got past his being the grandson of her best friend in another time, I enjoyed their story immensely. Both strong characters, their story is not smooth, but they complement each other perfectly. I really enjoyed my trip back in time to Camelot, and Ms. Matthews’ take on the legend. Maura, Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance & More

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