King Arthur and Her Knights, books 4-6, by K.M. Shea is the fabulous sequel to the funny, sassy, magical, wonderful retelling of the King Arthur legend and a story about a strong woman and how passion, a sense of right and wrong, and a bad-ass attitude can make wonders and change the world!
This next set of books in the King Arthur series is just as entertaining and with the same great characters and humorous writing style as in the first set.
Britt Arthurs, the twenty-something old, modern day girl, who was transported to Medieval England and the Arthurian legend in the first set, has now come to accept her role and has turned into something of her own liking.
I absolutely adore this series! K.M. Shea has managed to take this old legend and turn it into a sassy adventure, giving it a feministic touch and so much humor. It has a kind of Outlander-flair to it, in how modern day Britt has to adjust to the Medieval customs and how she does it with integrity, fighting for women’s rights and being totally bad-ass and, apparently a hell of a swords man (woman). Just like the first set of books, I binge-read this second one in just one day too. I just love this unconventional twist, and the way K.M. Shea writes, it’s such a great take and so intriguing!
I loved everything about this book, except the ending, which was way too abrupt and leaving too many questions unanswered. But that was until I realized that there is actually another book in this series, called “Endings”...
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