Legend of the Emerald Rose
- Publisher King Arthur and his queen are dead and Merlin has vanished. Bound by Divine Providence but divided by distrust, Shadoe and Rayn must find a way to save the Isle of Might and themselves from the threatening evil. A tantilizing brew of fantasy, action, and romance.
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About "Legend of the Emerald Rose"
With bardic skill, Wichman weaves a fresh account of the war between light and darkness for Camelot 's heritage, holding the reader spellbound to the last and leaving them wanting more.
King Arthur and his queen are dead and Merlin has vanished. Bound by Divine Providence but divided by distrust, Shadoe and Rayn must find a way to save the Isle of Might and themselves from the threatening evil. A tantilizing brew of fantasy, action, and romance.
Meet the Author
Linda Wichman has been writing stories since she was eight-years-old. An active member of American Christian Romance Writers and Romance Writers of America, she was selected as a historical romance finalist for the Romance Writers of America Golden Heart Contest.
Customer Reviews For "Legend of the Emerald Rose"Write Your Own Review
It is no surprise that Legend of the Emerald Rose was the 2005 ACFW Book of the Year in 2005 and nominated for a Christy award in 2006. Linda Wichman has penned an epic tale of lore, loyalty and love and I was still completely enthralled when reading it for the third time for this review! Shadoe is a man of integrity and courage mixed with the vulnerability of a young boy traumatised by the loss of those he loved. Rayn is delightful as she transforms from a warrior waif into the regal princess she is, fighting it all the way. The attraction between the two is spirited and sparks fly with every interaction. Linda is not shy about revealing their true feelings which makes for an authentic read. Needless to say Linda does not restrict her excellent characterdevelopment to the main protagonists. Merlin, Lancelot, Mordred and Niamh, Shadoe's estranged mother, are beautifully portrayed and you are transported to the shores of Camelot and the time of knights and maidens when the fight between good and evil was a noble and vital quest. This book would rate as one of my all time favourites and I would love to see a sequel. That being said I would read anything that Linda produces in the future.