KNIGHTS OF THE ROUND TABLE: GAWAIN
Rowley pens a hilarious and spellbinding tale of knights, witches and love. She dispels the myth that all Round Table knights are chivalrous and shows them as what they are: men. The hero, heroine and secondary characters lure readers into a time of honor and conflict.
The arrival of his mother and an aunt who attempts to teach Aislyn a lesson makes life uncomfortable and dangerous for them all -- until all spells are broken by love. (Jove, Sep., 320 pp., $6.99)