|This book started out on a spaceship on earth that was being
outfitted to fly, under the project management of the heroine. The designated alpha male
happens to have a much-needed power source a magic staff. He insets the magic staff
in the ships power supply. As well as powering the spaceship, it alters the body
temperatures of the hero and heroine so they become overpoweringly attracted to each other
and have to immediately take care of matters.
I really needed to read the first two in
the series before jumping into the third book. I was puzzled by the status of Earth and
the motivations of people. To make things more confusing the hero is a shape shifter from
another world who was Merlin in King Arthurs Camelot. The hero whisks the heroine to
the new Camelot, on another planet and hidden by magic. I do like Guineveres
solution to the triangle between her, Lancelot and King Arthur though.
The good guys are trying to find the Holy Grail and retrieve a magic cup from the bad
guys, so they can use the trifecta of magic power objects to restore Earths balance.
The bad guys are trying to find the Holy Grail and magic staff to strengthen their power.
They dont realise the hero has the magic staff. The evil overlord reminds me of Star
Wars, with the Force and Luke fighting the dark side, led by his father.
This has an interesting mix of spaceships and magic. It is definitely a romance too, so
if you cant stand the genre avoid this book. Its a light hearted read, though
I would definitely recommend reading the first two first to get some back-story. I was
confused in places as to why something was happening.