Love the entire series and looking forward to reading more in the series. The book was a fast fun read. It had me laughing and wanting more. I even go back and reread some parts of the book. Other than some grammatical errors, the book was great and I am anxiously awaiting more in the series.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)
Absolutely loved this book. I really got into this book and read it in 2 days. Well fleshed out characters, great character development. Excitedly awaiting the rest of the books connected with this saga.
Second book I have read by this author and I enjoyed it very much. What an imaginative expansion on the Lazarus story in the bible. Very well written and very sensitive. I will be reading more books by this author.
This book was fantastic as are all of the Knights of Camelot books. Characters are fleshed out very nicely, and the writing puts you right up there with the characters. I love these books and am eagerly awaiting the next book.
This book like all the others in the series keeps the action flowing and brings out new facets in the characters by delving deeper into all of the characters' back story. The reader is like a silent observer watching, traveling, experiencing and feeling every heartache, pain, joy, happiness and all the other emotions and travails that the characters go through. This book wraps up the series bringing it to a satisfying conclusion, yet leaving room for possible future short stories or possibly even another book in this series. It also leads nicely into the upcoming related new series. This is one of the few series where I have either re-read parts of the book(s) or all of the book(s) because they are that good. This author has become one of my favorites and I look forward to more exciting books by her for many years to come.
Once again, this author does not disappoint with her latest book which continues the story of a new generation from her previous Knights of Camelot series. Once you start the book, you do not want to put it down. You feel as if you are right there behind a glass that keeps you from interfering, yet watching and experiencing everything that the characters are feeling and doing. You long to be a part of the story, but can only observe from afar. The characters are not wooden or one dimensional. These characters feel deeply, hurt others and feel hurt, are frail and strong, experience joy and pain, cause heartache and have their hearts broken, experience doubt and are searching for their identity and place in the world and are committed to their tasks. They are very real. which makes the book and series all the more enjoyable. I cannot wait for more of this series. This author has become one of my favorite top authors and I look forward to more thrilling books by her for years to come. Read this book, read the series and read this author, you will not be disappointed.
As always, this author does not disappoint. The book is fast, free-flowing and leaves you wanting more. The characters are multilayered and multidimensional. You feel their lows, highs and everything in between. It is as if you are a member of their party, a close friend, experiencing all of the trials and tribulations on this grand adventure and quest. I absolutely look forward to the upcoming books in this series.
Purchased the book on 4/5/15 and started reading it right away. Finished it on 4/6/15. This author again did not disappoint. The characters are fully fleshed out, we see both their good and bad sides. They are not wooden one dimensional characters but fully rounded people. That is why you can feel what they feel when they feel it and you can feel all of it. I so look forward to more books from the author in this and other series as she is an incredible talent. I highly recommend this book.
As always, the author writes with depth and feeling and this collection of romantic love stories is no different. You feel the emotions of each character, their pains, joys, longings and hopes. Beautifully and tastefully written with sensitivity and feeling, these stories leaving you wanting more. Highly recommended and hope that there is a sequel or at least another collection of short stories under this theme.