Gennie Pendragon, descendent of Merlin
and those of King Arthurís court, knows magic is in her
blood. She has seen first-hand the good and the destruction
that it can work. But is she ready for the true Excalibur?
She thinks not and has decided to dedicate her life to the
gentle man-boys of the Camelot House. What she hasnít
counted on is Cal being brought into her life and the havoc
this might bring. But sometimes havoc also brings love and
Cal and Gennie will only have four days
together. Will it be enough? What will happen if it isnít?
Surely there are some benefits from being good and just?
What a thoroughly interesting take on
what the decedents of the King Arthur family and friends
might be like today, especially if the main characters have
not really aged. In Conjuring Cal, you are
faced with how these characters might have adapted and how
their legends and people might fit into today. I enjoyed
how Ms. BeCraft-Woodall incorporated the gentle ďspecialĒ
people in with the magical people of legends. I was rooting
for Gennie to have what she wanted and deserved from the
first time that Cal showed up. You will find lots of twists
and turns in Conjuring Cal, but I think you,
as I did, will wind up smiling as the story unfolds.