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Steve Garrison is the newly elected mayor of the tiny town of Camelot, Tennessee.
When his childhood friend Amy Hart comes up with a plan to revive the town’s economy, he jumps onboard.
The townspeople will perform the musical “Camelot” in the city’s park, drawing in nightly crowds. Amy casts several of the parts but is stumped Steve Garrison is the newly elected mayor of the tiny town of Camelot, Tennessee.
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The townspeople will perform the musical “Camelot” in the city’s park, drawing in nightly crowds. Amy casts several of the parts but is stumped when it comes to the role of King Arthur. Will he pull the sword from the stone and save the day? In exchange for his willingness to wear tights, Amy must play the role of Guinevere.And when a handsome newcomer cast as Lancelot takes an interest in Amy, the stage is set for a little tension—and perhaps love.I'll be honest: I pretty much sped-read through this book.The story line was interesting -- one I thought I would love -- but the writing style just wasn't for me. I would recommend it to others if I thought they might like it, it just wasn't a good choice for me. The characters were all enchanting and fun, not just the main two!The way the townspeople were described and interacted drew me into the story. Definitely a book I'll keep to read again and again. I was really tempted to give this book just one star, but considering I read the whole thing and never actually decided that I didn't like it and kept on reading... Me throughout whole book: Just give it a chance Ashley...Me: Well you're already halfway through it..just keep reading. Okay, so I picked up this boo So, where do I even begin?Me: It's too late to quit, you're almost at the end. I was really tempted to give this book just one star, but considering I read the whole thing and never actually decided that I didn't like it and kept on reading... Me throughout whole book: Just give it a chance Ashley...Me: Well you're already halfway through it..just keep reading. Okay, so I picked up this book because I wanted to read something that was Christian and maybe wouldn't have a bunch of junk in it like so many of the books you can usually find in the YA section of your local library.Me: It's too late to quit, you're almost at the end. I was pretty happy about the whole Camelot thing..sounded cool. But I really hated how 3/4ths of this book was focused on romance.First off, reading a story where the main character is almost twice my age..very fun at ALL. I feel like this whole thing could have been done waaaaay better then it was. Which made it so that there's like, no character develop, plot, or just an interesting story in general.Amy is twenty-nine and comes up with this 'crazy' idea to have this big musical called Camelot (taking advantage of the town's name there), to bring much needed money in and save the town. The author's writing style was okay..she really overused a lot of words and phrases. All of the characters kept trying to say stuff about God orchestrating everything, or saying little comments thrown into their regular conversation like 'the good Lord' blah blah blah blah...so, that was like the Christian part of the book. Kinda being like this when coming across annoying/stupid/or ugh stuff: There was a serious overuse of romance, as I pretty much made clear above.