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  • One Heart. One Life.

    I have been eagerly awaiting this book and after the ending of American Prince, I couldn't wait to see how it all would end. This book and series were better than I could have ever imagined. American King is book 3 in the New Camelot series and is not a standalone. It should only be read after enjoying the previous 2 books, American Queen and American Prince. Each book in this series has had my emotions all over the place. One minute I am smiling and filled with joy and the next, I am crying and clutching my chest so my heart doesn't fall out and shatter. There is love, jealousy, mystery, heartache, angst, tension, political drama, and don't even get me started on the heat. In true Sierra fashion, this book is nuclear hot and I am still shocked that my kindle didn't catch on fire. Whether it was Ash and Greer, Embry and Ash, Greer and Embry, or all three of them together, the result was always the same - sizzling, scalding, don't look directly at the sun HOT. I found this book to be the most introspective and intense of the trilogy. I couldn't turn the pages fast enough to find out what curve ball would be next, but at the same time I wanted to savor every moment. It tied together so many different memories and events throughout the series, binding them all so tightly and irrevocably that they all wove together seamlessly. There were times I would have to reread passages because there was so much depth and raw emotion spilling out on the page. The writing was stellar (as always) and every word had purpose. It was all so much and yet because I have grown to love these characters so profoundly, it was also not enough. I will always want more. More Ash. More Embry. More Greer. This series pushed me out of my normal comfort zone and challenged me to look at things with new eyes and I am forever grateful to Sierra Simone for that gift. Her twist on the classic story of King Arthur was brilliant and I definitely appreciated the Afterword which gave us insight into this stunning new fairy tale. This series is not to be missed!

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  • My soul is saved because of this story!!

    ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND BILLION STARS OHMYGOD!!! I am so emotional and wrought rn. I don't think I can describe properly what all I feel for this book. The reason for that is that reading this story was such a transcendental experience. I honestly feel that this series, the entire story of Ash, Greer and Embry is etched onto my soul. I know I over exaggerate stuff but with The New Camelot Trilogy, I honestly think no amount of words can ever be enough because stories like these aren't meant to be just talked about, they are meant to be felt and experienced and then remembered over and over again. The love Ash, Embry and Greer share is once in a lifetime kind of love and I absolutely ADORE Sierra Simone for doing their story the justice it truly deserved. My heart for these characters because they are such pure souls that deserve all the love and happiness and I both love and hate that their journey was full of torment. I am just going to try to move on from this epic love saga though I'll be lying if I said I'll ever be over it. I am forever changed and man, I am absolutely elated about that.

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  • 5 stars are nowhere near enough

    This is the 3rd and last in the New Camelot series and finally we get an insight into the workings of Ash’s mind and boy is it a jumble of thoughts and emotions. He’s a man plagued with indecision in the aftermath of American Prince and the bombshell that Embry left behind. Let this be a warning to any unsuspecting new readers. This isn’t a standalone and you MUST read both American Queen (book 1) and American Prince(book 2) before you can attempt to read King. Not only will you be lost, you’ll have missed out on 2 spectacular books. So, as I said, we get to see Ash’s POV at last, but it’s intermingled with Greer and Embry’s to along with the mix of past and present to provide the conclusion this story so desperately needs. It’s as much of an emotional rollercoaster as the previous 2 books, perhaps more so as it had more riding on it. The highs were so high and the lows? Dramatic, gut-wrenching and painful. But through it all is the strength of not just the story, but Sierra’s writing. She drags up by the hair, kicking and screaming and makes up face the deep, dark pit inside. I loved it all. The heart-pounding moments, the blisteringly hot scenes between all 3 main characters and yes, that moment. The one we all were waiting for. And that ending??? O. M. G!!!! This book will stay in my head for a long, long time. The best read of 2017 bar none.

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  • Sense of completion...

    I had a hard time starting this because I knew I didn't want it to end.... I was right but for the wrong reasons. I'm going to go ahead and say I hated the ending. I mean I absolutely hated it. It was like torture at one point. Okay so I didn't really like the beginning either but for different reasons. I disliked how drawled out the ramblings of Ash we're. I know this is him novel but it's like dang shut it already. 'I’m humbled and grateful with the kind of gratitude that can flay a man alive, and my entire body is trembling with the urge to reward her devotion the way I know best.' This is a great quote and about the only thing that stood out to me. I just felt like he expressed so many emotions and it could have been cut shorter. It was well, dull. The storyline was amazing though. I think I always knew Abliene was conniving and evil, however I didn't know just how deranged she actually is... She takes the cake for the most insane character of this series. I was in awe of how truly and certifiably nuts she ends up being. I was most surprised how she became my favorite character. I know that makes no sense but she was just wow. I don't want to give too much away however some food for thought from Ash... "I can’t carry all of this. I can’t lose my heart to save my soul. But I must. I have to. Even though, for once, I take no pride in the pain it will cause me." This novel will sky rocket your emotions but leave you with a sense of completion finally.

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  • A new once and future king

    What an incredible marathon getting through the three novels in this series. As someone who studied Chaucer in my last year of high school and studied both him and Mallory in middle English at university, I found so much that was familiar in this modern retelling of the Arthuriad. Obviously the first clue was in the name of Ash's mentor - Merlin no less, and then there were the not so veiled hints at the names of characters from the original. Anything less clear gained clarity in the author's note at the end of this, the third novel in the series. At the same time I kept on looking for parallels with the Kennedy presidency and perhaps I was trying too hard bcause I'm sure I saw some. I'm so pleased, though, that Ms Simone gave us the ending that she did so that it did not have to follow the legend to the nth degree. The events at that last debate were devastating enough without us having to see the sword go back in to the lake. A very deep and thoughtful read and a fascinating revisiting of an old story.

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