King of the May

Karen Myers

Book 3 of The Hounds of Annwn

More valuable as a weapon than a kingmaker, he must make his own choices to secure the future.

George Talbot Traherne, the human huntsman for the Wild Hunt, had hoped to settle into a quiet life with his new family, but it was not to be. Gwyn ap Nudd, Prince of Annwn, has plans to secure his domain in the new world from the overbearing interference of his father Lludd, the King of Britain.

The security of George's family is bound to that of his overlord, and he vows to help. But when he and his companions stand against Lludd and his allies at court, disaster overturns all their plans and even threatens the Hounds of Annwn themselves.

Welcome to the portrait of a paladin in-the-making, Can he carry out a rescue without the deaths of all involved? Will his patron, the antlered god Cernunnos, help him, or just write him off as a dead loss? He has a family to protect and a world to save, and little time to do it in.

George and his patron, the antlered god Cernunnos, must survive a subtle attack that undermines them both. Other gods and gods-to-be have taken an interest, but the fae are divided in their allegiances and fear the threat of deadly new powers in their unchanging lives.

George and his companions must save themselves if they are to persuade their potential allies to help. But how can they do so, attacked on so many fronts at once? Will he put his family into greater jeopardy by trying to defend them?

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King of the May

Publication date: June 17, 2013. 362 pages.
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Editorial Reviews

Karen Myers continues to delight with her inventive creations in the fae world and her hero faces more challenges as he transitions from the human realm into this newly discovered world that is both magic and primal.
John Anderson



George's pocketwatch with
St. George and the dragon
The thunderbolt
Red deer stag
The Horned Man (Gundestrup Cauldron)