This is my list of books that belong in a series.
King Arthur and Her Knights
Enthroned Enchanted Embittered Embark
Enthroned: After posing with a rusty sword for a photo in a British graveyard, Britt Arthurs is pulled through time all the way back to the age of King Arthur where the shockingly young and handsome Merlin is waiting for her. The wizard has some bad news: the real Arthur has run off with a shepherdess, and whoever pulls the sword from the stone is to become the King of England. Unfortunately for Britt, the sword slides out like butter when she pulls it after fighting with Merlin. Long Live King Arthurs!
My Life at the MBRC Farewell to the MBRC?
My Life at the MBRC: Emotions plagued Morgan when she met her first vampire. She was shocked, terrified, and… disappointed? After discovering that Frey—the cute transfer student—is a werewolf, and her unattractive substitute teacher is ousted as a vampire, Morgan is dragged to the Magical Beings’ Rehabilitation Center, an organization that strives to integrate magical beings into human society. She is given a part-time job at the center until arrangements can be made to erase her memory. (A half normal human available for use is a rare resource in the center, or so she’s been told.) As an MBRC employee Morgan discovers that some vampires are bald and fat, elves don’t always have a great sense of fashion, cyclopes are quite nice—not to mention loaded—and werewolves can get fleas. There’s also, apparently, a Chicago Goblin Mob. Word to the wise, don’t mention their lack of tusks. After being pranked, threatened, hypnotized, and kidnapped, Morgan must decide if the magical is worth it, or if she wants to return to the mundane.
Robyn Hood: FINISHED
Robyn Hood: A Girl’s Tale Robyn Hood: Fight For Freedom
A Girl’s Tale: The ballads lie. Robin Hood, the Bold and Brave Outlaw of Sherwood Forest, is cowardly, spineless, and a girl. Robyn unwittingly starts the Robin Hood farce when she is mistaken for a male while saving her friend, Marian, from two foresters. Forced into hiding, Robyn unwillingly collects “Merry Men” while grudgingly robbing from the rich fools that wander through Sherwood. What starts as small scale robbery blows up into complex heists when Little John and Will Scarlet join her team, and the idiotic Prince John and his legion of soldiers comes to town. However, Robyn can’t stop the theft—not when King Richard is being held ransom. Cowardly Robyn’s best chance to raise money for King Richard’s release is to rob his brother, Prince John. Will she survive the heist, or swing in the gallows?