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Saturday, September 12, 2009

Short Trailer of White Wolf of Avalon: Werewolf Knight Release Date Late Fall 2009



White Wolf of Avalon: Werewolf Knight is the story of the secret society of lycans that reside in ancient Britain.

Bledig, an orphan raised by a childless couple near the magical Isle of Avalon dreams of someday becoming a knight of the Round Table. Bledig refuses to become a beast and wants no part in marrying a wolf maiden and begetting lycan children.

Annora a Romano Greco wolf maiden, is more interested in intellectual pursuits than romantic ones. She is a scribe and historian who preferred to marry an older alpha lycan who would better understand her need to focus on her writings. As Annora travels up north to meet with her brother and family, they are attacked by Gorlagons she-lycan, Trivia, and her pack of warrior lycans.

In the wilderness Annora and Bledig meet. She is the beautiful woman he has dreamt of he, the knight in shining armor she had fantasized about- brave, handsome and chivalrous. Their attraction is instantaneous.

She is stunned to learn he is a lycan, the white wolf destined to unite all the lycans of Britain. Her mate.

Danger lurks everywhere. Gorlagon and Gargol have not given up on their hunt to find Annora and the Pict wolfen she released from his dank dungeons. But most of all they wish to use her as a breeder. Intrigue and secrecy abound in King Arthurs court at Camulod. Mordred, Arthurs son by his own sister Morgause, plots to rule. He has become Gorlagons secret Lupercii in the hopes of having a lycan army to defeat his father in battle.

Will Bledig reject his true destiny as the prophesized lycan leader of Britain, and most importantly can he deny his feelings for the lovely wolf maiden, Annora, who has already captured his heart and soul?

Can Annora survive the lycans who hunt her? Will Bledig finally submit to his lycan nature and forever claim her as his wolf maiden? Will magic save their kind, the fae of Avalon and King Arthurs Britain?

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