Search for Camelot

Book Two in the Camelot Series.

Previously published in mass market paperback.  Available as an ebook now at:

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Philadelphia, London, Glastonbury, and
Edinburgh, 1892
Arthur Pierce was raised on bedtime stories of Camelot, but growing up in a family of sharpers taught him that only suckers believe in dreams.

When he inherits an ancient clue that could lead to the fabled sword Excalibur, he tells himself it’s the payoff, not the adventure that draws him to the quest.

Chelsea Delafield is an aloof British bluestocking, certainly not the fun-loving type of woman Arthur likes to dally with, but he needs her. She’s an expert in Arthurian history.

So, why does Arthur find himself dreaming each night that beneath Chelsea’s cool intellect is his own Lady of the Lake, a passionate woman able to fulfill his buried desire for romance?

From the original reviews of Search for Camelot. . .

“A delightful story, perfectly paced with wonderful characters. Highly recommended.”  Manderley, a catalog for Romance Readers

“4 stars… The best part of this charming story is not the treasured sword but the treasure that these two endearing characters share with each other.”  Romantic Times

4-1/2 stars… “…a wonderful romance as enchanting as the Arthurian legend itself.”  Affaire de Coeur

“…Wit is sprinkled throughout this clever tale as these endearing characters battle each other as well as dastardly foes. This book is like a breath of fresh air.”  Rendezvous

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Product Description

Genre:                                 Light Historical Romance/Adventure/Humor
Words:                                96,000 words
Sensuality:                         Warm to Sensual. Contains mild love scenes.
Version:                              2012 – Re-edited and updated ebook edition
Previous title:                  Return to Camelot by Donna Grove, Harper Paperbacks

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