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From the Amazon blurb:
The second stunning title in this fabulous, ground-breaking retelling of an epic story
Feeling increasing trapped in Camelot, Guinevere finds solace in Lancelot and their illicit affair blossoms. But gossip grows in Arthur’s court and only by accepting the quest for the Holy Grail can Lancelot place himself above suspicion. But in his absence will Guinevere survive the increasing danger she finds herself in from all around her, and will Arthur’s love be enough to save her from harm?
Praise for A CHAMPION’S DUTY
5* “I don’t know what I can say about this book except declare my undying love for it! I had high expectations when starting this book and I wasn’t disappointed! It can be read as a stand alone novel as part of the trilogy and if I were you I would read the first before reading this because you will learn to love the characters and the story and by the time you are finished you will be dying to read this book.” Book Reviews by Em
5* “If you want scandal, lust, and feeling the pain of love, this is your book. I think anyone who enjoys a good romance, legend, or medieval story will enjoy this novel.
A Champion’s Duty focuses on the relationship of Lancelot and Guinevere. In book 1, Guinevere was forced to marry the “boy” King Arthur. Toward the end of the book, you could see a relationship forming between Guinevere and Lancelot. Again, this book puts the reader through an emotional roller coaster. Most of us have felt the humiliation of someone spreading rumors about us, some of us have loved when we know it’s wrong, and many know the feelings of betrayal.
Mix all the emotions with sword fights, knights, and a quest for the Holy Grail, and you’ve got the greatness of A Champion’s Duty. I can see how it may be appreciated even if you haven’t read the first book, but I suggest you read that one too or you’re missing out. Collins has a gift and I eagerly await book 3 and anything else she creates in the future!” Serendipity Reviews
4* “Camelot, and the life of its inhabitants, come to life in this book. It feels like a real place, and a very captivating one too. Collins really writes beautifully. The story flows so easily, and the plot is so engrossing, that you’ll devour A Champion’s Duty in no time. Now, I can’t wait for the third, and last, part!” History and Other Thoughts.