Flora Reviews… Dark and Stormy Knight (Knights of Avalon #2) by Nina Mason. Although this title is not officially published until 5th January 2016, I was lucky enough to be given this book for free from the publisher (Kensington Books) via Netgalley.com in exchange for a fair review.
2016 Update from Nina Mason: My publisher dropped the books without warning. I am working on getting them ready to republish myself. They will be somewhat different, however, and will have different titles. Starry Knight will be published as Knight of Wands, Dark and Stormy Knight as Knight of Cups, etc. I’m calling the republished series Knights of the Tarot, to avoid confusion with the old versions.
…So what’s Dark and Stormy Knight about?
This is an erotic paranormal romance featuring faeries, druids, gods, goddesses, vampires and a screenwriter. Although this is the second book in Ms Mason’s Knights of Avalon series, it works well as a stand-alone novel.
The official blurb says:
Aspiring screenwriter Gwyn Morland is ready for her big break. That means securing the film rights to elusive author Lady Ruthven’s acclaimed novel—which means traveling to Scotland. It’s a trip timid Gwyn isn’t prepared for, and her fears seem justified when her tour bus careens over a cliff outside of Castle Glenarvon. But the plot thickens when Gwyn is rescued from the brink of death by a handsome and mysterious stranger…
Leith MacQuill is not only the writer behind Lady Ruthven’s novel, but a shape-shifting faery knight bearing a tragic curse: the woman he gives his heart to will die. Saving Gwyn proves to be a dangerous choice when he finds himself falling for her the longer she stays in the castle. Not even his usual BDSM role-playing games are enough to thwart the intense desire they feel for each other. But to stay together, Gwyn and Leith must embark on a dangerous mission into Avalon, the realm of the faeries. Will their love be strong enough to conquer the curse? Or will Gwyn’s new life be stolen from her before it’s even begun?
Read: 15th– 23rd November 2015
My Goodreads Rating: 4 Stars
…So, what did I like about Dark and Stormy Knight?
…So, um, was there anything I didn’t like?
…So, basically what I’m saying is…
So, have I sparked an interest for DARK AND STORMY KNIGHT in you? Keep reading to find out more about Nina Mason and check out her website for more information.