Book Review: The White Knight
In the aftermath of tragedy, Guin faces a difficult choice: to follow her heart or her duty.
Having lost her husband, Lancelot, Guin feels stuck and alone in a time so far from her own, with no family or friends to rely upon. Grief is no stranger to the White Enchantress. But when King Arthur offers her his hand in marriage, Guin must decide to put her grief aside or wallow in it for the rest of her life.
After the birth of her son, Galahad, Guin takes refuge in the home she once shared with Lancelot, hoping against all odds that he will return. She struggles to decide whether to fulfill her destiny as the legendary Queen Guinevere or follow her heart and remain loyal to Lancelot, even in his death.
As the years go by and doubt creeps in, King Arthur slowly works his way into Guin’s heart. But as fate would have it, their paths are not meant to be easy, and the futures they have built for themselves are not as legend has written them to be. With the threat of danger in every move she makes, Guin must navigate the treacherous waters of love, loyalty, and duty.
Will she choose to follow her heart and risk it all, or will she embrace her new life with King Arthur and the hope of a brighter future? Only time will tell in this epic tale of love, loss, and destiny.
After reading book one and the cliffhanger ending, I could not wait to jump into this book. Instantly, I was transported back into this magical world that Caitriona has written for this series. I could see these books playing out on the big movie screen.
Guinevere and Lancelot's love for each other is still going strong. Yet, it has grown with their son, Galahad. While I love these two together, I was not ready for just how much I would love the addition of King Arthur to this dynamic. Both men showed their had strong feelings for Guin.
Mordred is the villain in this story. Each time that he appeared, I liked him less and less. He is someone to watch out for sure. I need book three now.