I found this series through Goodreads recommendations, and I thought it intriguing, it being a story of a girl and a boy who discover that they're half dragon. (Or, at least, he does, she's known for a few years. Hard to not know when you have a huge pair of wings sprouting out of your back.) Then I discovered that it was also Christian Fantasy, and I had to read it. I went to my library to ILL it - and to my delight, I discovered that it owned the book - as well as the sequel. (Beyond that point, I've had to ILL, though.)
So I was reading, enjoying the dragons and the Christianity and then - boom! Arthur and Merlin were there. In a flashback, mind you, but still. However, the main villainess is none other than Morgan le Fay.
The way Davis twisted dragons, Arthur, and spiritual themes is amazing. In the first book of the second series, you learn that Morgan was actually the wife of one of the fallen angles prior to the flood (how did she survive, well ... actually, she didn't, but you'll have to read the series), and Excalibur was the sword belonging to the angel guarding the garden of Eden.
This is a set of series that I can't recommend highly enough. Sure, they're weird at times, but I love weird. If you love dragons, Arthur, or just Christian Fantasy in general, do read these books. Seriously, don't wait any longer. Go to your library, ILL them if you must, and devour. You'll thank me.
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