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Reviewed by Divine Zape for Readers' Favorite
Dragon Knight's Ring by Mary Morgan is Book 5 in the Order of the Dragon Knights, a perfect blend of romance and fantasy. Adam MacFhearguis is a crusader and a man troubled by a past he’d do anything to forget. While on a quest to the standing stones in Scotland, a place he believes could assuage his fear and liberate him, he is transported into a future where his wife lives. Adam discovers a truth that could destroy his sanity. However, the only person who could help him reconcile the events of the past, Meggie, has no memories of her past and of how she died. It’s a new journey for two souls that once loved and lost each other, but can Adam unlock the secret door to Meggie’s memories and redeem a love that was lost many years ago?
Dragon Knight's Ring is a well-written story, well-imagined and executed. There is a lot of psychological tension to make the reader want to follow the story to the end. The mystery created around the love between Adam and Meggie is powerful and the theme of loss and redemption is well explored. The plot is fast-paced and it’s not without many surprises for the reader. At times the story reads like a spiritual journey of a broken man in search of healing in a love that was once his. I enjoyed the way the characters are developed. The encounter, in the future, between Adam and Meggie is dramatic and the reader immediately feels sympathy for the characters. Can Meggie believe everything he tells her? Could it be possible they were once lovers? Mary Morgan has created characters readers will care about and a story they will remember for a long time. Entertaining and beautifully told.