Heart of the Oak [NOOK Book]

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Magick is reawakening after a sleep of thousands of years—and passion is not far behind. Darach is the first-reborn of his race, a tree spirit living within an ancient oak on the shore of a remote loch. Trevor knows nothing of magick or passion. He’s escaping an oppressive family and a lonely life. One breath of freedom, he thinks, before his stark, loveless reality swallows him up. The last thing he expects from his vacation to the Isle of Skye is to spend his first night being thoroughly ravished against a tree...
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Heart of the Oak

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Overview

Magick is reawakening after a sleep of thousands of years—and passion is not far behind. Darach is the first-reborn of his race, a tree spirit living within an ancient oak on the shore of a remote loch. Trevor knows nothing of magick or passion. He’s escaping an oppressive family and a lonely life. One breath of freedom, he thinks, before his stark, loveless reality swallows him up. The last thing he expects from his vacation to the Isle of Skye is to spend his first night being thoroughly ravished against a tree by a naked man who speaks in the sounds of leaves and wind. Darach never believed he’d have his heart stolen by any man, let alone one so different from any human he remembers. Freedom is intoxicating and the potential for sensual play limitless. But what can be built in a night of scorching desire can be torn down all too easily by fear. A Romantica® male/male paranormal erotic romance from Ellora’s Cave
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781419948145
  • Publisher: Ellora's Cave Publishing Inc
  • Publication date: 12/11/2013
  • Series: Boys Will Do Boys
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 135 KB

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  • Posted March 14, 2014

    ¿Heart of the Oak¿ by Rory Ni Coileain ¿ Ms. Rory has done it ag

    ‘Heart of the Oak’ by Rory Ni Coileain – Ms. Rory has done it again, written a story so full of emotion and wonder and passion that it defies my meager attempts to properly describe how it affected me to read it. 
    Her characters are always ‘real’, in the sense that the reader can feel the emotions surrounding them, but the characters in ‘Heart of the Oak’ went a little further. The emotions experienced by Trevor and Darach were described in such a manner that actually I hurt for them. Fine, I admit it, I had tears welling up in three different scenes, darn it! What can I say? That’s just how amazing Ms. Rory’s characters are. And having a backdrop of a quiet loch on the Island of Skye just made the story more beautiful.
    As for the story itself, I found it to be extremely complex. No, there was not a plot-line filled with twists and turns and villains. There was no need for that. Instead, this story was about understanding emotions, facing fears, learning to trust and the give and take of love. 
    If I have any complaints about the story, it would be the short length – but that’s okay, because I have faith that there will be more to come for this series (and these characters) in the future, and I for one can’t wait. This was a heart-rending, breathtaking tale of love, and I recommend it to everyone. 

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