Poetry and Pyres (The Shrouded Isle)

Poetry and Pyres (The Shrouded Isle)

by Zoe Tasia
Poetry and Pyres (The Shrouded Isle)

Poetry and Pyres (The Shrouded Isle)

by Zoe Tasia



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Magical mayhem ensues when the Shaw family celebrates two new-to-them Scottish holidays in Poetry and Pyres, a Shrouded Isle novelette featuring Becca's daughter, Jessie.


During Robert Burns Night,

An unexpected guest comes to the honored poet's party.

The meal goes awry through no fault of the cook.

Can they salvage the disaster-filled evening?


At the village fire festival,

Girls ignore tradition and join the men's-only procession.

But when a fae is afoot, the flames fizzle.

Is their Up Helly Aa doomed to have no blaze?


And during it all, Jessie Shaw and her boyfriend, Gavin, face challenges in their relationship.

Will the couple survive, or will they break up?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940179328315
Publisher: Zoe Tasia
Publication date: 04/01/2023
Series: The Shrouded Isle
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: eBook
File size: 324 KB

About the Author

Zoe Tasia grew up in Oklahoma and spent seven years in Scotland. Now she resides in the great state of Texas, where everything's bigger and better, or so she's told by the natives. Zoe is married to an understanding Greek, has two grown sons, and three cat overlords. When she's not giving her make-believe friends full rein, she enjoys the opera, ballet, well-chilled champagne and books. Bagpipes and Basil is the second book in The Shrouded Isle fantasy series. Kilts and Catnip, a finalist for the 2019 National Readers’ Choice Awards and semi-finalist for the 2019 Ozma Book Awards, is the first book in her fantasy series, The Shrouded Isle. Three of her shorter pieces are published in the anthology, Quick Draw!: Fast and Funny Fiction. Zoe Tasia has also co-written three books published under the pen name Zari Reede.

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