Daughter of Camelot by Glynis Cooney Review
Daughter of Camelot is a story about a girl named Deirdre who is swept up in the happenings of Arthurian times. Against her will Deirdre is sent to court by her father and it soon turns out that court is not the kind of place Deirdre thought it was.
Dangers lurk everywhere and Deirdre has to find her way in a difficult world without losing sight of who she is. There is a love triangle involved so be prepared. I personally could not feel one of the possible relationships at all, but the other one was very sweet and I genuinely enjoyed (I won’t tell you which one though, you’ll have to find out yourself!)
This book is for all those who like epics, romances and historical fiction that revolves around a strong female character.
3.5 out of 5 stars to the first part in the Empire of Shadows series!
(ARC provided for review by NetGalley)