In Camelot's Shadow

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Wildside Press, 2009 - Fiction - 290 pages
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From the wilds of Moreland to the court of Camelot, a woman searches for her true powers...

Fleeing from the knowledge that her father had promised her to an evil sorcerer, Risa of the Morelands refused to be a sacrifice. Armed with her bow and her confidence, she swore to evade the wicked Euberacon's claim. And when she stumbled upon Sir Gawain, returning to Camelot to warn of a plot against the kingdom, she thought she'd discovered the perfect place to hide. Surely the sorcerer Euberacon would not approach her at court?

Now ensnared with court and political intrigue, Risa is out of her element. And Euberacon has forced a strong transformation spell upon her. There might be one chance left to save kingdom and soul -- but it would take all the strength and power she had....

"Absorbing and exciting...[Sarah Zettel is] a writer to watch, a writer with a gift for character and situation, a writer who can keep you turning those pages as breathlessly as ever you have before." -- ANALOG

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User Review  - wealhtheowwylfing - LibraryThing

Risa's father forbids her to marry, and at last Risa discovers why--years ago, her father promised her to a sorcerer in exchange for his wife's life. Unwilling to wait around to lose her soul as part ... Read full review

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User Review  - LisaMaria_C - LibraryThing

I liked this story--mildly. I'm a fan of Arthurian stories and given this is the story of Gawain and his lady that helped. Being a fan I've read such excellent takes as those by Mary Stewart, T. H ... Read full review

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About the author (2009)

Sarah Zettel lives in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

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