"Sorceress romantic fantasy"
The Sorceress decides her next second chance hero will be
thirteenth century Welsh legend Reynold de Mortimer, better
known seven centuries ago as the "Ghost". He was tough but
honest and kept his land and people safe from marauding
English and Welsh. However, he failed to plan for the
deluge after he died in 1299 so his people suffered from
war. Thus he can atone for his arrogance and ultimate
In the present, Amy Fairweather is a guest at Reynold's
castle, a tourist attraction hosting a Medieval Long
Weekend. Though she prefers not to be here she owes her
brother big time so she is here acting nice to the odious
Prince Nicco as her sibling directed to do. She is to
distract the Prince while her sibling steals the Star of
Russia from him. However, when Nicco tries to get his way
with his "Aimee", Rey intercedes. Already stunned not so
much from his reawakening, but to learn that his castle is
a hotel, he feels even more confused by his attraction to
Amy. As they fall in love, she comes to believe his tale of
being the thirteenth century owner of this castle
especially when a dormant fuming dragon awakens.
The third Sorceress romantic fantasy (see RETURN OF THE
HIGHLANDER and SECRETS OF THE HIGHWAYMAN) is an over top
absolute fun tale starring two likable protagonists. Rey is
perfect as he struggles to understand the modern world
where initially everything he held sacrosanct seems defaced
yet he quickly understands real values like honor and love
remain the same and men still abuse positions of authority.
Amy is his perfect guide to the twenty first century as
they battle arrogant royals and lethal dragons while
falling in love.
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted December 18, 2006