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Timeless Desire: New Camelot, Book Two

by Torie James

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Ms. James continues to impress me.

In the second book of her New Camelot series, Timeless Desire, Nimue and Gawain go head to head in their relationship as the knights and Aurther face Uther and a new foe. While the adventure lies in the total deceit through out the piece, the relationship between Nim and Gawain is intense, fireworks both good and bad.

Torie James did an incredible job pitting her lovers against each other and keeping their secrets, which had me on the edge of my seat dying to know just what the hell happened between Nim and Gawain, the main couple in book 2.

There were some great twists I had not expected which made this a fun and fast read. I really fell hard for Nimue. She's a mixture of dark strength and vulnerability I think many female readers will be able to connect with.

One of my favorite lines in the book has to do with a plate. Nim and Merlin are discussing Gawain in the kitchen and she tells Merlin to take a plate. He does. Then she tells him to throw it on the ground. He does and it shatters. It's a reference to her trust and how things will never be the same. I fell for it hard and there was so much emotion wrapped up in that single idea.

If you are a fan of Camelot, fantasy, knights, and a different take on fangs...pick this up- you won't be disappointed, and if your not- why not pick it up anyway and try something new. ( )
  Decadent.Kane | May 22, 2014 |
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