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Sword and the Stone Heart, The

Regency meets Fantasy

Publisher: Independently Published
Book type: Novel | Series
Age: Adult
Genre: Romance
Sub Genre: Action · Adventure · Alternate History · Family · Historical Fiction · Mythology · Romance · Romantic Fantasy
Language: English
Key Phrases: excalibur · King Arthur · Sword in the stone
Spice Level:

The spice rating is in regards to the type of sexual content within the book. Below is a helpful guide (courtesy of Georgia C Leigh)

1= YA romantic, making out, MAYBE a closed door.
2= some on page foreplay and nudity but mostly fade to black.
3= open door, on page vanilla sex.
4= on page sex – hot or with kink.
5= erotica.

Guinevere De Wynter, may be an earl’s grand-daughter, but she feels caught between two worlds; the bright lights of London Society, and the lush rolling hills of Wales. Wishing to embrace the best of both worlds, and honour a promise to her mother, she searches for love, but it proves as elusive as the myths and legends of her homeland.

A chance encounter with Tristram Pierce-Lanceton, Duke of Camberleigh, gives her hope, but the stone-cold duke professes not to believe in love, instead believing protection and security is all that matters.

Their burgeoning relationship is put to the test when Guinevere is horribly betrayed.

Back in Wales, Guinevere has no other choice but to accept Tristram’s protection, while battling against the knowledge that she is not being true to herself and her own heart’s desires. In a life-or-death situation, Guinevere must fight for what she believes in while trying to free Tristram from the stone prison he has encased his heart within, before time runs out for both of them.

A standalone regency novel with Arthurian legend-vibes, part of the ‘Regency meets Fantasy’ world.

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