Prince Undain leaves his father’s court
to relax with his partner Prince Dennac. King Arthur has
been pushing Undain to marry wanting all of his sons happy.
Undain just wants to get away.
Things change when Dennac brings a home
a woman he rescued from a shipwreck. The two know right away
that Magnolia is the one for them.
Magnolia is running from an arranged
marriage and thinks Undain and Dennac are the lesser of the
two evils. There is more to Magnolia then even she knows as
the trio are happy to explore her secrets.
Magnolia is a delightful
read and I am so glad Anny Cook came back to Come-a-Lot.
Magnolia is the fourth book in the Flowers of
Camelot series, but it can be read as a standalone. I loved
reading all four books and getting a peek back into the
other flowers’ lives was fun.
I love Undain and Dennac. Of course
who wouldn’t love a prince coming to the rescue? The
Tri-Marriage is a wonderful idea and I love the ceremony Ms.
Cook put her characters through.
Magnolia is a mystery,
even to herself and I enjoyed watching her come into her
own. These three are perfect for each other. I hope Ms.
Cook will return again because her world is so rich and I’m
sure there is more to explore.