Perennial favorite Cast decides to shake up the Camelot legend in her newest Goddess Summoning book. Ripe with humor, this fish-out-of-water tale inserts modern practicality and sensibilities into this most infamous love triangle. Cast once again thrusts a spunky Oklahoman into the to mix laugh-out-loud effect. Definitely good for what ails you!

Water Goddess Viviane is desperate and determined to save her love Merlin from fading away in the Crystal Cave. The only thing that will bring Merlin back is if King Arthur becomes happy and doesn’t succumb to darkness. Viviane sees her chance in modern photojournalist Isabel, whose car has just plummeted off a bridge. Viviane inserts Isabel into Camelot as a countess to have her seduce Lancelot away from Guinevere. You know what they say about the best-laid plans, for as Isabel soon discovers, it is King Arthur, not the callow Lance, who makes her heart beat faster. (BERKLEY SENSATION, Dec., 320
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Jill M. Smith