The Fifth Knight by Claire Luana and Jesikah Sundin – Review by Kerry Baker

The Fifth Knight (The Knights of Caerleon #1)The Fifth Knight by Jesikah Sundin
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Fifth Knight: An Arthurian Legend Reverse Harem Romance by Claire Luana and Jesikah Sundin is the first book in the The Knights of Caerleon series.
This book is not only a great collaboration of two authors – one I have read before and enjoyed the work of, one who was entirely new to me – but this is also a great reimagining of Arthur and The Knights of Camelot story that everyone knows. This book takes the tale and completely twists it.
With the addition of a fifth, female Knight the authors manage to evolve a well known story and make it their own. The book was well written and well developed, with a clear direction. The characters worked well, you got the almost familiarity in Arthur as a character we already know all about, along with the newness of Fionna.
For me this was a great first book to the series and I am looking forward to reading more.

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