Endeavor has arrived!

The long awaited sixth book of King Arthurs and Her Knights is here! Endeavor is now available for purchase!

This book focuses on the aftermath of Britt’s big reveal, and I have high hopes that you Merlin/Britt shippers will be pleased with this one. Here’s the description:

Only a few weeks have passed since Britt—or, as most know her, King Arthur—was outed as a girl. Britt’s relationship with her knights is strained and precarious, Lancelot is mucking up everything from tournaments to questing, and Merlin starts to act strangely when a beautiful girl named Lady Vivien comes to Camelot.

Can Britt reclaim her knights’ loyalty? Will Merlin finally realize how much Britt means to him?

So? What do you think? I’m keeping my mouth zipped about the plot for a few days so I don’t give any spoilers away, so I can’t say much more. While I am not offering a review special for Endeavor (Editor #1 and I were working on this book until the last second, so I didn’t have time to write any extras) I would really appreciate if you would write an honest review for Goodreads or Amazon–or both! Also check back in a few days as I should have an American Thanksgiving gift for you. Thanks for reading, Champions. I hope you enjoy the new book!

22 comments on “Endeavor has arrived!

    • Thanks for your patience in the release–Editor #1 and I were going back and forth on that final scene up until Monday night. 😀

  1. Yay! I really want to read it, but since I’m on a plane tomorrow, I’m going to wait until then. Thank you! I love your books! I’ll make sure to review it on Goodreads!

  2. I just finished Endeavor. I ship Britt and Merlin even more now! Please tell me there will be another King Arthur book soon. Also, I was wondering when you are planning on writing a sequel to Life Reader. I loved it, but there were a lot of unanswered questions. I really want to know more about the Book, Asher and Aron’s aversion to Halloween, the janitor and Air Synasfel.

    • The earliest the next King Arthurs book could be out is spring of 2016, but I am making a big commitment to finish the series in 2016. The Life Reader sequel is…coming one day. 😀 It’s my secret favorite so I can promise I’ll write it, but I really want to focus on Finishing King Arthurs first, and I need to make sure I keep writing my Timeless Fairy Tales. Thanks for reading, I’m glad you liked Endeavor!

      • I don’t know whether to be happy that you’re going to finish the King Arthurs books in 2016 (on the one hand, yay! I get to see more Britt and Merlin and how that all works out with Lancelot, Vivien and Mordred) or be really sad (Noooooooo!!!😱😭😂😖 I don’t want it to end! I love the King Arthurs books too much!). Please promise to write short stories about Britt. The King Arthur and Her Knights series is one of my favorite series. Also, Life Reader is one of my favorites too:)

      • It is sad when a series comes to an end, but don’t worry! I have a REALLY hard time letting go of my characters, so I can promise even when the series is over the occasional King Arthurs short story will still surface. 😉 The upside about finishing a series is that it gives me time to focus on other projects–like Life Reader’s sequel!

  3. Just finished reading it and I’m freaking out!! Love the characters so very much!!
    Thanks for another great story can’t wait to find out more about the new developments and potential key players!!!

    • I’m glad you liked it! I’ve been planning this particular plot-line for a LOOOONG time, so it was so fun to be able to push everything into motion.

  4. Thank you, thank you, THANK YOU! I was hiding it under my desk in class just to read it on my phone lol. I loved it and omg I want the next one bad 😀 I’m patient. I’m just going to ride “cloud 9” and thank you for getting quality writing out fast ❤

    • Clever idea with your phone–hopefully you didn’t miss out on anything important. 😉 (I can sympathize, my only reported behavioral problems as a student was reading during class, haha!) Anyway, I’m glad you enjoyed it! I made everyone wait long enough for some serious Merlin/Britt action!

  5. Now I know why you said Britt/Merlin shippers were going to love this and why Britt is facing a rocky road ahead. Ugh, the feels! Interesting take on Mordred. He’s like an anti-Lancelot in a way. Not sure what to make of him though.

    • Bingo! It was awesome, I didn’t even make up the thing about Merlin and Vivien, that happened in the original stories too. (Well, sort of. I’ll discuss it soon in a post!) Thanks for reading, I hope you enjoyed it! 🙂

  6. I got it last night at exactly four a.m and read it till 6 am, so I’m finished, and let me just say, “IT WAS AMAZING!” I’ve been waiting what feels like forever for it to come out! I also loved the end. Actually, more like hated because of the way you left it, but I think you get the point. Anyway, I understand you probably haven’t even started writing it yet, but do you know when will the next book come out?

    • You’re right, I haven’t started writing King Arthurs book 7 yet. Sadly, the earliest it could possibly come out would be in spring–the next few winter months will see me concentrating on Snow Queen 1 & 2. I’m glad you liked it though! I was chortling to myself as I put it up, hoping everyone would love it for that LAST SCENE!

    • I’m glad you liked it so much, and thank you for the review! 😀 (I sweated heavily over that last scene.) There will be nine books in total, and I’m determined to finish the series in 2016.

  7. I’d say something coherent about my thoughts on Endeavor, but I’m just. Verklempt. I mean. Whoah! I did not see that coming! Or that other thing! And then that other other thing! And-the things! All the things!

    That was awesome (but also, flipping through my kindle to THAT SCENE) and looking at the % read bar and realizing the next page was going to be it. I mean. Man.

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