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The story revolves around Arthur and Gwenevere’s identical twin daughters, Gwenhwyfar and Gwenhwyfac, and their individual journeys after their mother’s sudden passing. One twin is trained in the sword while the other in castle runnings.
When their father, Arthur, High King, announces his first born, Gwenhwyfar, to be betrothed to Medraut—the man whom Gwenhwyfach secretly loves, the twins plot to switch places. Only things don’t go as planned.
Overall, I enjoyed the story, but found some of the name of characters hard to understand. There is a guide towards the back of the book, which for the ebook, would be more appropriate at the front. By the time I discovered it, I had no interest in looking at any of it. The storyline was intriguing, but I felt it could have been better if it had been expanded into a full fledged novel. I felt some of the characters lacked character development as a result of the book only being 70 pages.
If you like stories about Arthur and the history of Camelot, this is one you will want to check out.
When Gwenevere dies the girls hatch a plan to trade places so that each can be with the one they love instead of who they are supposed to marry.
But will the girls be able to hold up their charade when it matters most?
This was an interesting look at destiny and living the life you want to lead and the possible outcomes should you chose to follow through.
Gwenhwyfar was the first born daughter and she was supposed to marry Medraut but she was in love with Lannchu. She was raised to be the wife of the King and rule his household. Gwenhwyfach was the second born and was raised to be more of a leader of their army but she was in love with Medraut and wanted to marry him.
But when things get discovered everything goes downhill quickly and you are never sure what will happen.
The girls had to figure out who they were fast and do what was right. There was much deceit but I can't write any spoilers!!
I HAVE ALWAYS ENJOYED THE TALES OF KING ARTHUR AND CAMELOT. I FIND THE TALES MAGICAL AND VERY ROMANTIC. KIM DID A GREAT JOB IN THE RETELLING OF CAMELOT. THE STORY WRITTEN REALLY WELL AND SO WERE THE CHARACTERS. IF YOU LOVE THE TALES OF CAMELOT, THEN I RECOMMEND YOU READ THIS BOOK.
I loved this story. Kim is a master storyteller and this is no different. Many twists and turns in a story that, for other authors less talented, would be difficult to complete in such a short story.
I would highly recommend this story to any who enjoy short reads during King Arthur days!
I loved how the twins switched places so that they could be with the men they loved. Twins, even in real life, take advantage of the fact that most people, unless you really knew them, can't tell one apart from the other. They pretend to be the other just to get out of certain situations!!!
~Cloe Michael's Reads Team~
But that aside, I never got lost. This is a short but packed full of content delight.
I was shocked many times in this story.
There appears to be a chance for love. Two twins, one experienced with a sword and the other experienced running the castle decide to switch identities so each can have the one they love.
Kim Headless puts so much into her stories. Even this short story is filled with so many court intrigues.
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This is a very short novella, 70 pages, and well I think that is...Read more