The New Camelot Trilogy by Sierra Simone is a set of three erotic romance novels that follow the story of Greer Galloway, Maxen Ashley “Ash” Colchester, and Embry Moore, a trio of friends whose lives are intertwined by love, lust, and political ambition. The series is set in the world of American politics and is filled with sex, power, and secrets that will keep you on the edge of your seat from start to finish.
The first book in the series, American Queen, introduces readers to the sharp-eyed granddaughter of a former vice president, Greer Galloway. Greer serves at the pleasure of the president of the United States, and her first kiss goes to the man who will one day lead the country, war hero Maxen Ashley “Ash” Colchester. Her second kiss goes to Ash’s best friend and future vice president, Embry Moore. The three collide years later in the Oval Office, and the unsaid words between them leave Greer breathless and burning.
In my review of American Queen, I praised the way that Simone balances the steamy, explicit sex scenes with a well-developed plot and complex characters. The writing is lyrical and poetic, drawing readers in from the very first chapter. I loved the way that Simone seamlessly weaves politics, romance, and magic into the story and the way that the characters grow and evolve over the course of the book.
The second book in the trilogy, American Prince, takes readers deeper into the world of American politics and the tangled web of relationships between Greer, Ash, and Embry. In this book, we get to see the story from Embry’s point of view, and we learn more about his past and his connection to Greer and Ash. This book is just as steamy and intense as the first, with Simone continuing to push boundaries and explore the limits of desire and love.
In my review of American Prince, I praised the way that Simone develops Embry’s character and gives readers a deeper insight into his motivations and desires. The plot is just as gripping and the sex scenes are just as explicit and empowering as in the first book. Simone has a real gift for writing erotica that is both erotic and emotional, making readers feel deeply connected to the characters and invested in their story.
The third and final book in the trilogy, American King, brings the story to a dramatic and emotional conclusion. In this book, we see the consequences of the throuple’s actions and the price that they must pay for their love and ambition. The stakes are higher than ever, and the emotions are raw and intense. Once again, Simone balances the explicit sex scenes with a complex plot and well-drawn characters, leaving readers breathless and hungry for more.
In my review of American King, I praised the way that Simone ties up the series in a satisfying and emotional way, while still pushing the boundaries of erotic romance. The themes of love, sacrifice, and tragedy are woven throughout the book, and readers will be left with a lasting impression of the story and characters.
The New Camelot Trilogy by Sierra Simone is a masterful exploration of power, love, politics, and intimacy. It’s a story that will pull you in from the first page and never let go. Each book in the trilogy brings something new and unique to the table, whether it’s the exploration of polyamorous relationships, BDSM, or the power dynamics of love and politics. And throughout it all, Simone’s writing is lyrical, sensual, and poetic, bringing the characters and their struggles to life in a way that is both captivating and emotionally resonant.
So if you’re looking for a series that is as thought-provoking as it is steamy, then The New Camelot Trilogy is a must-read. It’s a series that will leave you breathless, hungry for more, and contemplating the complexities of love and power long after you’ve turned the final page.