The Spear of Destiny by Ines Johnson


Chivalrous? Nah.

Virtuous? Not since…well, none of your business.

The difference between me and the Knights of the Round Table? I make medieval look good.

Loren Van Alst is an independent, twenty-first century woman, an accused forger, a suspected thief, and the last descendent of Sir Galahad of the Arthurian court. To claim her seat at the Round Table and protect her newly found family of modern day witches, she’ll need to convince the current Arthur and his knights to let a woman take the knights’ trials. But there’s a fine line between chivalry and chauvinism, and Loren has never dealt well with authority.

Loren can’t catch a break when a crazed wizard goes on the loose with a magical spear that can strip a witch of her powers. As if that weren’t enough, the clique of mean girls from middle school arrive in Camelot and turn out to be witch hunters. To safeguard a future she never knew she wanted, Loren will have to evade the hunters, defeat the wizard, capture the spear, and pass her trials.

“Snarky, fun, and witty dialog keep this book whipping along at a quick pace.”