Demon Bound

The Camelot Archive

Book 1
Nicole R. Taylor
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They thought the war was over… Now the Dark is back with a vengeance.


Madeleine Greenbriar has everything she ever dreamed of…and is about to screw it all up.

Five years after the war with the Dark, the Naturals — the order of demon hunting mages who protect the world — are busier than ever. Demons still prowl the earth, searching for a way to prolong their lives, and Madeleine is on the front lines risking everything to end the threat once and for all.

But when she runs afoul of a demon and risks exposing the supernatural world to humanity, her future is on the line. As punishment, she’s transferred to the archaeological dig at Camelot.

Expecting a boring babysitting job, Madeleine is shocked when she lands in the middle of a secret so powerful, it might tear apart the entire world — again.

Can a moody goth girl hold it together long enough to stop another war erupting?

There’s only one way to find out.


Demon Bound is the first novel in The Camelot Archive, an urban fantasy series set in the same alternate Arthurian world seen in The Arondight Codex. Demons, danger, and deadly romance await in this thrilling new twist on a familiar legend. 

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About the author

Nicole R. Taylor is an Australian Urban Fantasy author.

She lives in the western suburbs of Melbourne dreaming up nail biting stories featuring sassy witches, duplicitous vampires, hunky shapeshifters, and devious monsters.

She likes chocolate, cat memes, and video games.

When she’s not writing, she likes to think of what she’s writing next.

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Nicole R. Taylor
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Published on
Feb 7, 2020
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Pages
220
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Fantasy / Arthurian
Fiction / Fantasy / General
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