DOWNFALL OF CORNWALL by Tracy Cooper-Posey

Once and Future Hearts. Book 8.0

Historical Fantasy Romance/Ancient Historical Romance

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I hope this series never ends.

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If I could give Downfall of Cornwall TEN stars, I would do so.

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Tracy Cooper Posey is brilliant at weaving stories with individuals that are completely believable in their thoughts and dialogue.

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I also love the fact that her female characters are definitely not boring, whiny or TSTL.

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Ms Tracy has an amazing way of telling a tale. It’s magical 🙂

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How good is the author that she can surprise readers even though the Arthurian cycle is one of the most rewritten ones in western literature.

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her characters come to life with vibrancy, you can hear the noises of swords clashing and, the swell of various conversations in the great hall

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This book is fast paced and I had trouble putting it down!

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Tracy again gets the reader into the times of King Arthur. It feels like you are there.

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definitely recommend it to anyone who loves the King Arthur legend, a wonderfully intricate story or just a great romance!

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Can Anwen help Sagramore find a way out of the darkness?

Sagramore and Tristan are closer than brothers, sharing wine, women and an affinity for feral, furious fighting. As heir to both the King of the Magyars and the Eastern Roman throne, Sagramore is an outsider who has never been fully accepted by King Arthur’s court, or King Mark’s either.

Calm, composed Anwen Idria, oldest daughter of the King of Strathclyde, is adored by all of Camelot the moment she arrives. She refuses the attention of the passionate, fiery Sagramore, for his wildness and blistering emotions remind her too much of her father, a former slave called Idris the Slayer, who terrifies her.

When Tristan becomes obsessed with his uncle’s new Queen, Iseult, and sinks into a black maw of hate and bitterness, Sagramore must avoid being pulled in with him, for Tristan’s attachment to Iseult, a Princess of Ireland, threatens the peace of Arthur’s Britain. Can Anwen help Sagramore find a way out of the darkness? Or will the shadows which loom over Britain consume them all?

This novel is part of the ancient historical romance series, Once and Future Hearts, set in Britain during the time of King Arthur.

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by Fay Court on Downfall of Cornwall
Love this writer, one of the best!

The idea to feature the maze of people around the main figures is fresh and appealing. While all the well known and loved are there, this writer goes beyond the norm and has created interesting and believable characters to enjoy. Recommended from an avid romance reader, you will love these new characters and their world.

by Hes Helm on Downfall of Cornwall
Arthurian Action Romance

I thoroughly enjoyed this tale with Camelot as the backdrop for the intrigue, deceit, romance and deadly politics. Tracy embroiders a beautiful tapestry of deepest emotions and desires and wrong choices, that could potentially destroy an entire kindom, still balanced fragiley on the idea of peace. Sagramore, pretty much the outcast and Anwen are sucked into a potentially life threatening and kingdom destroying plot. As their secret and tender love unfolds, so does the terrible deceit around them, pulling them under. The end had me smiling through tears. I am pleased to report this story has a happy ending for some involved. I do strongly recommend reading the series in order, to fully understand the full picture. Well done on another stunning story in the series Tracy!!

by Jenifer Hozail on Downfall of Cornwall
Secrets become known, war is close

This is another great book in the series by Tracy. The story of deceit, intrigue, jealousy, hate and love is so well woven that it flows effortlessly. The alliances needed to keep Camelot secure and strong is the back drop of this exciting next chapter in the all encompassing storyline. The main characters, Anwen and Sagramore, are entwined in every aspect of the underlying movements within the kingdom and, in the end, they are finally able to declare their love and find their happiness through all the intrigue and deceit. Fantastic book that again shows what a strong, dedicated writer Tracy is. I cannot wait for the next book in this series.

by Stephany on Downfall of Cornwall
Downfall of Cornwall

Downfall of Cornwall is the eighth book of Tracy Cooper-Posey’s “Once and Future Hearts” series. As in the previous books of this series; Tracy again has brought the story alive and you can't help but tumble head first into the story and not stop reading till the end.

If you enjoy the the story of Camelot, this is a great series to get into and it's best to start from the first book.

by Heather Baxter on Downfall of Cornwall
Downfall of Cornwall

This book was an excellent read as the previous books in this collection were. Arthur's court have a lot of secrets & not so secret tales, lies, goings on & happenings. Behind the large gates/doors that kept them inside the domain.
Anwen for one didn't like to be kept inside by her parents or anyone else, she ws a strong minded young woman who I loved. She seemed to have her heart & her mind somewhere else, mainly in the Sagramore camp, & I think he felt the same way.
Oh I love these books I'm reading about Arthur & what he's going through, even though I know from books of old, but then with Tracy's writing, it is so easy o get distracted.
So all in all I think I've gone off book here & fallen for Anwen & Sagramore so can't give a proper review.
I loved it.

by IngSav on Downfall of Cornwall
Totally enthralling and compulsive reading!

I couldn't put the book down! I love the unpredictable nature of the writing of Tracy Cooper-Posey. I couldn't wait to see how the overall plot would affect the main characters and where their journey would lead them as well.

What a roiling adventure of family, political and royal intrigue! The personal history and political wedding environment in Camelot provided plenty of challenges for these two interesting characters and made their love story so rewarding.

I'm familiar with the names in Arthurian legend, but not the stories, so I enjoy the unfolding overarching tale of the High King's life and his influences on the way of life in Britain so long ago. I found that interest or knowledge of Arthurian legend is not a prerequisite for getting hooked on this series.

I have read all the books in the series as soon as they were released... (yes they are THAT GOOD!) which unfortunately has meany a gap between books rather than my usual binge reading of an engrossing series like this. Despite a shoddy memory I was quickly immersed back in Arthurian times with great reference lists to help track the rich tapestry of characters if I couldn't remember where a character fitted in...taking into account there are generations by book #8!
I highly recommend reading this book and especially the series in correct order.

by Beatriz on Downfall of Cornwall
Downfall of Cornwall

The story is well-known enough so you know how it's gonna end right? The magic in the series is that it's the eighth instalment and I still wait expectant to the end 😅😄😄. I really feel with the characters, and I reeeally like how wholesome the relationship between the main characters is, very untoxic, always relatable. The fine research and superb writing and don't hurt either. Can't wait for the next in the series.

by Cleocutie on Downfall of Cornwall
Wonderful continuation of the series

Wonderful continuation of the series. The storytelling continues to be excellent and keep you enthralled. The new couple for this book are just as well done as the previous couples.

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