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Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite
Avalon's Last Knight by Jackson C. Garton is an LGBTQ romance that will make you feel like you are floating in the clouds. Lance had been painfully in love with Arthur for years. Being friends didn’t help, but they had been out of contact for five years. But when Lance came home for the summer vacation, he was not expecting to come face to face with the object of his affection. He always thought Arthur was straight, but when Arthur texts to tell him he had always loved Lance, Lance had no idea how to react. He could embrace the opportunity and see where they can take their relationship or he could guard his heart. How can Arthur suddenly express his feelings for Lance when he stayed silent for years? How could he protect his heart when it wanted Arthur so fiercely?
Avalon's Last Knight by Jackson C. Garton was surprisingly complex. There were emotions, concerns, and relationships that all needed the full attention of the reader. They needed attention because they affected the characters’ growth and the development of the plot. I enjoyed how the narrative seemed to follow the path created by the characters. They directed the story with their actions and emotions. The plot itself was paced just right to make sure the reader was in the moment with the characters and looked forward to what happened next. The use of the Arthur/Lance trope was a great idea. The addition of the paranormal elements heightened the intensity of the story and made it even more interesting. I was invested the moment Lance thought of Knights of the Round Table and I wanted to know more. Morgan and Mordy add the element of evil and heighten the reading experience. This was a great story because of the detailed subplots and how they helped with furthering the main plot. This was more than a romance and I loved every sentence.