But Mila Roth is anything but normal. For sixteen years her parents have hidden a secret from her. For Mila was born one thousand years ago in the land of Logres, and far from being a math teacher and a housewife, Mila's parents are the awakened King Arthur and Gorian druid queen, Morgana.
Two worlds, one thousand years apart. And those worlds are about to collide.
The spirit of the malevolent Lady of the Lake has been contained for sixteen years in the fabled Ring of Morgana. When the ring curses Mila's younger sister, Lilly, the Roth family has no choice but to return Mila to the land of her birth as they face a battle against time itself.
Accompanied by her best friend, Rustin, Mila will have to decide whether to defy those she loves in order to save her sister. Should she trust the Gorian druids and the mysterious Melehan? What is the true cost to Mila's heart as she strives to master the purple flame? And why have her mother and father denied the truth of her origins for so long?
For she alone has the combined power of royalty and druid magic within her.
And now only Mila can save Lilly and Logres.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
The Ring of Morgana is the first book in the spin off series, The Children of Camelot. In this we meet Mila, the child that Sam was pregnant with, and Lilly, her younger sister. Life is as normal as it can be for them, living in Avalon Cottage. Sam is insistent on them being 'normal', but Mila has no idea why. She finds out when things start happening, and Lilly ends up cursed. Mila and Rustin end up going to Camelot for the first time, where they find things are pretty different to how they are at home. This is a very well written sequel and a welcome return to old settings and characters. With the introduction of new ones - Mila, Rustin, and Melehan, to name just three - there is plenty of action to keep the pages turning. With curses, new feelings towards old friends, new feelings towards new friends, jealousy, battles, and dragons, this book is guaranteed to delight. With no editing or grammatical errors to disrupt the reading flow, The Ring of Morgana will definitely leave you wanting more. Absolutely recommended by me. Merissa Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books!