"Strong medieval paranormal romance"
In 1302 France Sir Bret de Colville is a conscientious
loyal knight in the service of Robert de Brus. When he
meets Zarelda, he finds himself overwhelmed by her beauty
and almost failing at his responsibilities as he cannot get
her out of his mind. However, as he falls in love with her,
he soon finds out that the siren is a witch, which sobers
up the pious knight. He leaves her.
Not long afterward, Sir Bret, who has just about sworn off
women, meets and falls in love with Lady Briana. However,
the scorned Zarelda casts a horrible spell on villagers
while in a rage. Zarelda next abducts Briana and takes her
on a trek that ends in Hell. A distraught Sir Bret
dedicates himself to learning the metaphysical secrets that
bound everything and joins the Knights Templar to obtain
their forbidden knowledge. Several years and adventures
later, Zarelda returns with promises to help Bret find his
true love, but can he trust the witch who caused the
disappearance of Briana yet without her he has no prayer of
moving heaven or hell to save his beloved.
This strong medieval paranormal romance will fascinate the
audience due to the relational triangle between Sir Bret,
Zarelda, and Briana. The action-packed plot grips the
audience once the trio has met one another as each one
seems so real even the witch. Sub-genre fans will
appreciate Jangeo Pinkerton's strong tale in which the
champion will don anything to rescue his heart's desire
including entering hell for the heavenly cause of love.
Reviewed by Harriet Klausner
Posted September 7, 2005
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted January 18, 2007