My Merlin Series (the Complete Trilogy): My Boyfriend Merlin, My Merlin Awakening, Ever My Merlin - Priya Ardis
The sword of Arthur returns only when the land needs it the most. When Merlin wakes a thousand years after Camelot to find the next King Arthur, his plans become upended when the best candidate turns out to be a girl.
This bundle includes the following three novels:
My Boyfriend Merlin, Book 1. He was a little older than he was letting on. By a few eons…
A young Merlin goes to high school to recruit candidates to pull Excalibur from the stone, but ends up battling his brother, Vane, for control the sword when he falls in love. (Length: 308 pages)
My Merlin Awakening, Book 2. On the trail of the Fisher King, the past meets the present as the rift between the brothers intensifies and we must decide whose side to be on—the brother who struggles to do right or the brother who dares to break the rules. (Length: 340 pages)
Ever My Merlin, Book 3. Two wizard brothers. One Healing Cup. One chance to save the world. With every scrap of life hanging in the balance, can a fifteen-hundred-year rivalry between two brothers be reconciled? Which choice leads to doom and which one to salvation? (Length: 412 pages)
Set in today’s time, enjoy action/adventure and romance in this mix of Arthurian and Greek mythologies. This bundle of the My Merlin Series consists of three full-length novels.
“My eyes sought the girl. She looked broken; golden-brown hair splayed around her still face like a torn halo. She wasn’t, though. She was strong, surprisingly so. Her name was Ryan. Odd name. A man’s name. Yet, I liked it.
I liked the way she laughed, freely yet with a hint of yearning. The way the light caressed her profile when she stared off into space, almost as if she could sense me in the shadows.
For weeks, I watched her. I shouldn’t have. She couldn’t be the one I sought. She was just a regular girl.
Then why did I linger? Why did just looking at her make me want to forget every purpose and every vow? Why did I feel as if I waited more than a thousand years for a chance to know her?”
“I noticed him right away. No, it wasn’t his lean, rugged face. Or the dark waves of shiny hair that hung just a little too long on his forehead. It wasn’t the slim, collarless biker jacket he wore, hugging trim shoulders. It was the way he stood. The confident way he waited in the cafeteria line to get a slice of pizza. He didn’t saunter. He didn’t amble. He stood at the center, and let the other people buzz around him. His stance was straight and sure.
He could have ruled the world.”