by Sandy HusebyApril, 2005
Carry on, Camelot
When Elen's mother tries to bridge the powerful hatreds driving Urien against King Arthur, a bloodbath ensues and leaves Elen to fill her mother's brave roles. In Sarah Zettel's compelling tale, For Camelot's Honor, Elen's skills at midwifery are tested when she seeks out Arthur to avenge the brutal killing of her mother and the devastation of the family's holdings. Urien has a strong ally and lover in Morgaine, and she has her own agenda against Arthur. Together with Sir Geraint, Elen seeks a weapon powerful enough for such formidable adversaries and faces tests of her own honor. For Camelot's Honor is fantasy that sings with noble courage worthy of the gods within the hearts of women unafraid to bloody their hands with birth and death. Sandy Huseby writes from her homes in Fargo, North Dakota, and lakeside in northern Minnesota.