• Aubrey Wynne

Rolf's Quest


A wizard, a curse, a fated love… When Rolf finally discovers the woman who can end the curse that has plagued his family for centuries, she is already betrothed. Time is running out for the royal wizard of King Henry II. If he cannot find true love without the use of magic, his line will end. Melissa is intrigued by the mystical, handsome man who haunts her by night and tempts her by day. His bizarre tale of Merlin, enchantments, and finding genuine love has her questioning his sanity and her heart. From the moment Melissa stepped from his dreams and into his arms, Rolf knew she was his destiny. Now, he will not only battle against time and a powerful duke, but defy his king and the gods to save her.


Rolf’s Quest was a surprising romantic fantasy novel that intrigued me from the beginning. It combined fantasy with a realistic medieval setting in the United Kingdom. Romance, destiny, family values & betrayal all played parts in this intriguing novel that had me turning each page in anticipation. Whilst it is a short novel, the plot was well paced and I found myself enjoying it immensely. Rolf’s Quest follows Melissa and Rolf and their destiny to be together. Rolf is a magician related to the sorcerer Merlin and he must have Melissa fall in love with him in order to break the curse on Merlin. Generations have failed and Rolf is Merlin’s last chance to ever be free or he will cease to exist and Rolf will lose his powers. Insert a Magician, a new King, an interfering Queen (whom I loved), a family who believe their daughter deserves better, an angry Lord, a love triangle and you have a thrilling read filled with action, drama and romance. My main fault with the novel was how there wasn’t enough of Melissa falling in love with Rolf, it kind of skipped over it and I would have liked to see more of Rolf courting Melissa and Charles seething in the corner as Rolf steals his intended bride away. Overall though a pleasant and fun romance novel with a happy ending (I’m a sucker for a happy ending). I received a copy of this novel from the author via Booktasters in exchange for an honest review.

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