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In THE SONS OF CAMELOT TRILOGY, the newly formed Sons of the Round Table take up the sword in the name of King Arthur. Eight young men must deal with a growing menace in the north. A high adventure of love, loss, treachery, and redemption balancesMoreIn THE SONS OF CAMELOT TRILOGY, the newly formed Sons of the Round Table take up the sword in the name of King Arthur. Eight young men must deal with a growing menace in the north. A high adventure of love, loss, treachery, and redemption balances the mortal world with the faerie world. There will be dire consequences when the two worlds collide.MEN OF EARTH begins the trilogy’s noble tale within the mists of Avalon as Rhys, a page for Morgana le Fae, is chosen to compete for the honor of becoming a Son of the Round Table. He’s been learning the sword, the spear, and the shield—and seeks to use them for a higher purpose. Rhys is eager for the adventure, but he must leave his beloved Naida behind—she’s a faery who’s been warned that strange forces are crossing into the Earth world. Worse, their love is forbidden. But the heart wants what it wants. As Rhys bravely obeys King Arthur’s call to arms, danger lurks at every turn and a dark-cloaked stranger pursues him…FAE OF EON continues the noble tale as Rhys arrives at the family estate with a wound from a poisoned arrow. He stops to recover and to present heirloom gifts to his three sisters from his aunts, Morgana La Fae, Morgause, and Elaine. Rhys receives a birthright which signals patriarchal approval and impending adulthood. As he resumes the King’s business, he calls to his beloved, Naida, and asks for the location of Eon, the faery world. What she tells him only raises more questions. Will he ever be able to make a life with her? Dark forces await Rhys as he makes his way north. But the evil ones who follow him proclaim that Rhys must be stopped at all costs before he arrives at a certain destination—any heroic deeds will be punished by immediate death! In the faery world, they may also be headed toward war and the powers-that-be prepare for it.In CREATURES OF ARCADIA, book 3 of the trilogy, Rhys joins a group of knights who are headed for Kendal to pick up more warriors. However, Mordred, the son of King Arthur, gathers his forces with a plan to usurp his father’s throne. The opposing mortal forces head for the same place. In the faery world, Naida of the Lake follows Rhys through reflections in ponds, but yearns to see him in the flesh. Queen Mab worries about the fall of Avalon. If Camelot is taken and the Glastenning Sisterhood perishes, then the Lifetree will die and so will the fae. The faery queen orders her subjects to support the foes of one mortal faction. But will they? As the opposing mortal forces and faery fen head toward a battle royal, will good prevail over evil? Will Avalon, the Sisters—and the Lifetree—be saved in time? Will Rhys ever see Naida again?