The Twelfth Knight
On the streets of New York City, an ancient legend becomes a modern-day hero.
Hundreds of years ago, facing defeat, the witch Morgana sent monsters into the future to vanquish a humanity King Arthur wouldn’t be able to save.
Merlin always hated being named after some mythological wizard. His dad had been obsessed with the legendary magician of King Arthur’s court, and it had been that obsession that had lead to his death and ultimately Mel being abandoned on the streets of New York City as a child.
Ten years later he isn’t about to be drawn into the same nonsense that got his father killed, even if the outrageous claims of the proper English Knight are starting to sound frighteningly familiar.
Born a commoner, Lancelot wasn’t supposed to be a Knight in his own time, much less a hero in the modern world. He needs help. Unfortunately, the young man capable of fighting the black witch’s monsters doesn’t believe a word he says. Half the battle will be convincing Mel he’s not crazy and the other half will be resisting the attraction between them he knows has to be false.
Can Mel and Lance defeat the greatest enemy the world has ever known? Or will the hardest battle they face be battling the secrets about to destroy the future of all humanity?
And the ones about to destroy their own.