• Lancelot and the Wolf

  • The Knights of Camelot Book 1
  • By: Sarah Luddington
  • Narrated by: Joel Leslie
  • Length: 8 hrs and 2 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Release date: 07-28-15
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Mirador Publishing
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars 4.3 (52 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

"King Arthur has dominated my life for decades and now I am banished from his side. I am not certain either of us can survive this torment..."
Lancelot, the greatest Knight of Camelot is almost flogged to death, exiled, and stripped of the King's grace. Separated from the man he loves and the kingdom he calls home, he travels from England to Europe to begin a lonely, desperate life when he meets someone who will alter his perspective forever. Suddenly, he is trapped into a fate which forces his return to England. He must fight to regain his honour and his King's life. From a world beyond ours but bound to us throughout time, the Fey hunt Arthur. They want him dead and only Lancelot can save him. Together they travel from Camelot, to Avalon and into Albion on a quest to save Arthur's soul. They must also retrieve Merlin and redeem a love which both men find hard to bear.
Lancelot and the Wolf is an adventure story of the old school, all sword and sorcery. It is also the tale of two men who have loved each other beyond all reason. This book will open your eyes to the real meaning of knightly chivalry, sacrifice and love. Lancelot is the bravest of men but can he understand what it means to love Arthur with more than just words...
This is beautiful romance story which shows a new side to the love between Lancelot du Lac and Arthur Pendragon.
©2011 Sarah Luddington (P)2015 Sarah Luddington
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5 out of 5 stars
By LukeS1993 on 10-04-15


A wonderful beginning to what will hopefully prove an epic and incredibly sexy series. Lancelot is the first-person narrator of this very grown-up spin on the Camelot saga. Lance is torn between his love of a mysterious new hanger-on named Else and his long-denied passion for his King. In the novel, Lance has passionate encounters with both men and women and Luddington writes love scenes with great skill. The characters fit beautifully into the Arthurian world and her take on Lancelot and Arthur have the reader very invested in the characters and their relationship. The narration by Joel Leslie is excellent - brooding, sexy and with great character range. Not strictly m/m erotica - but a complex and exciting fantasy that delivers.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Comet22 on 08-01-15

A sexy, smart tale fit for a King.

A surprising delight. Sarah Luddington has taken all the latent sexy qualities of the Camelot legend and bumped them up with amazing results. The story is told from Lancelot's point of view, which I loved. The character is dark, dangerous and very, very sexy. The character relationships are complex and lay the foundation work for what could be a very exciting epic saga. Lance has amorous adventures with women while trying to escape a life-long forbidden obsession with Arthur. The writing is sensual, exciting and while there are great steamy moments - the storytelling and character development is what leaves the reader hungry for more. If you're turned off by m/m romance then this isn't the Camelot for you - but for readers like me, it's got Merlin's magic touch. The narration is excellent - he provides clear, strong characterizations with humor and right touch of wry wit.

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