Quest of a Warrior

Quest of a Warrior

by Mary Morgan

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"You met them in the Order of the Dragon Knights. Now, journey to the realm of the Fae and witness their legends!"

Fenian Warrior, Conn MacRoich has traveled the earth for thousands of years, guarding the realm between mortal and Fae. His deeds are legendary. Yet, one mistake will force him on a journey to fix a broken time-line. However, on Conn's quest, he must face a human female who will eventually bring this ancient warrior to his knees.

When Ivy O'Callaghan inherits her uncle's estate, she never imagines there will be more secrets to unravel, including the one she hides from the world. With the help of a mysterious stranger, she learns to trust and step out of the shadows. However, nothing prepares Ivy when she learns Conn's true identity.

As the loom of fate weaves a thread around the lovers from two different worlds, will the sacrifices they make lead them to love? Or will their secrets destroy and separate them forever?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940157573454
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Publication date: 06/30/2017
Series: Legends of the Fenian Warriors , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 398
Sales rank: 187,954
File size: 681 KB

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Quest of a Warrior 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Evampire9 More than 1 year ago
Having met the Fenian Warriors in the Order of the Dragon Knights series, I was quite excited that readers were finally going to get to know them better and hear their stories. And now that I have read the first book in the Legends of the Fenian Warriors series, I have to tell you that it surpassed my expectations. Mary Morgan brings her worlds to vivid live with well written words and a gift for spinning a tale that makes readers believe in the unbelievable and easily draws them into the worlds she brings to life. Conn MacRoich and Ivy O’Callaghan are two of the most strong, vibrant characters that I have ever read as they try to unravel secrets, right wrongs and deny a sizzling attraction that heats up the pages. The romance between the two is smolders with passion and adventure as they captivate readers with their strength and depth. Elements of danger and magic add a mysterious ambiance to the story which has a fast paced plot and flows smoothly through the events that take place ensuring that readers can’t put the book down for fear that they might miss one second of this the thrilling suspense and intriguing tale of lovers separated by worlds but linked by the fates. Conn’s struggle between his quest and his feelings for Ivy add to the depth of the story and make it easy for readers to believe that heroes really do exist and guarantees that readers want to get to know more of the Fenian Warriors.
LindaTownsend More than 1 year ago
For those that long to return to Neverland… Quest of a Warrior by Mary Morgan is a wonderfully magical tale set in mythical Ireland which features the fae, enchanted lands, inheritances and wrongs to be made right. It marks the debut of Mary’s new Legends of the Fenian Warriors fantasy series, a spin-off from her Dragon Knights series. It’s the first book I’ve ever read by this author but it’s already not the last! This is the story of Fenian Warrior Prince Conn MacRoich and American heiress Ivy O’Callaghan. As the story opens, Conn has been called to account in front of the Council for breaking the rules regarding the separation between the realms. As punishment, he must return to the human realm and fix the timeline which his brash behavior had set asunder. Unfortunately, his task is complicated because righting the wrong done to Ivy’s ancestor will have serious implications for the modern-day Ivy who’s awakened his heart. Discovering that she has inherited a home and business in Ireland was a surprise, nevertheless, it couldn’t have come at a better time for Ivy. With nothing to hold her in the US, she sets off to make a fresh start. When she arrives in Ireland and surveys her inheritance, she realizes that she requires assistance to renovate the estate to make it livable. Low on funds, her options are limited. When a gorgeous stranger offers his services - even though he seems too good to be true - she accepts. But, can she trust Conn, her new handyman? In addition, she discovers that her uncle’s death may not have been an accident as she was led to believe. This discovery may be related to a serious new threat as someone is now targeting Ivy. Why? Conn and Ivy are each well-developed, likable and genuine characters. Their interactions are funny and steamy. I like how Conn assists Ivy in learning about her heritage and her abilities. As they work together to solve the mystery of who would want to hurt her, Conn’s protectiveness comes to the forefront and causes a few issues. The couple has to work through this as Conn is used to calling the shots and Ivy is determined to be her own person. Their story kept me transfixed and in awe from the beginning to the end. Following please find a few of my favorite quotes from Quest of a Warrior: Ivy slumped back against the cabinet doors. “What land have I fallen into?” Erin extended her arms wide. “Why a land filled with faeries, leprechauns, and Irish people with the gift of sight.” Ivy rolled her eyes. “A strange land… this Ireland.” Both women burst out in hysterical laughter. --- To undo a injustice, he stood the risk of losing the one woman who had captured his heart. --- There are those who say fairytales do not exist. Mary Morgan has quickly become one of my favorite authors. I adore her lyrical, vivid writing, the Celtic mythology and the enchanting otherworldly element that she interweaves into her stories. If you enjoy breathtaking fairytale romances with amazing characters and beautiful settings, I would encourage you to check out Quest of a Warrior. Next up is Rory’s story in Oath of a Warrior… coming soon!!!!! I can't wait to read it! My full review is published at Reading Between the Wines Book Club. Please check it out there!
FaeScot More than 1 year ago
This was an absolutely delightful Faery Tale! It's been a long time since I've read a book that delighted and tickled my love for fantasy. This made my insides sparkle. Conn MacRoich is a Fenian Warrior who was born a prince of the Fae. He gave up his birthright to become a protector of the peace between the human world and the Fae. To keep evil from hurting both humans and Fae. He is a man/Fae of honor who travels time with his brothers. He's brought before the Fae Counsel for overstepping his authority and altering the human timeline of one important family. He is tasked with righting the wrong he has done. Along the journey he discovers fate has so much more in store for him and his destiny. Ivy Kathleen O'Callaghan is an American of Irish descent who finds her life at a dead end in America and has inherited her uncle's estate in Ireland. Little does she know the whole town knows everything about her even though she's never set foot in Ireland because her mother shared her life with Uncle Thomas. Her journey of discovery has begun. She also possesses a "gift" she hides as people tend to fear her and it. Not so in Ireland. Many possess various gifts in Ireland. I loved the struggle between these to people. Conn's desperately trying to follow the "straight and narrow" to untangle the flow of time and aid Ivy Kathleen in embracing all that she is. I adored the growth of confidence in Ivy as she settles into her new life. This is a lovely crafting of fantasy, magic and adventure. Thank you for the opportunity to ARC review this story. I'm really looking forward to the next tale.
closkot More than 1 year ago
My Thoughts - 4 out of 5 Unicorns - I really liked it!!! ***I choose what I read and review based on what intrigues me!! Yes, I got a review copy of this book, but no one tells me what to think, feel, or write about any book! The cover is what intrigued me!! This is the first book in a new series that I think may be a spin-off of the Dragon Knights series, but it is my first time reading Mary’s work. This is a book for adults. I really like both Ivy and Conn! Conn has a sense of duty and loyalty that I love! I love the mix of Warrior and Fae who helps mankind. Ivy goes to Ireland knowing nothing of the person who has left her an inheritance. She loves solving mysteries, and there seems to be a lot of secrets surrounding her family that she is unaware of. I love all the mystery, and the family like environment portrayed in the little Irish town. There were a few slow parts which is generally part of a new series when the details of the world are presented. The mix of romance and mystery was great, and there was a bit of action too. I really enjoyed reading especially the 2nd half of the book where it picked up, and I didn’t want to put the book down. I enjoyed the world created by Mary especially how the Fae are depicted because it was wonderful and magical. I will definitely check out her other books when I can. I recommend to paranormal fans who love the Fae, magic, love, warriors, and mysteries!
Dawncatlady More than 1 year ago
Once again this author has penned a tale to sweep the reader to another time and place with Conn and Ivy into the world of the Fae and Scots. Couldn't put this one down once I got started reading and am excited for this new series to continue . Recommend this author and book series. Ebook from netgalley and publishers with thanks. Opinions are entirely my own.
Mirabelle8 More than 1 year ago
*Reviewed for Books & Benches It's utterly spellbinding! 6 stars It feels so good, to discover a well written fantastic romance filled with so much magic and passion, that you can’t put it down! I hope you have lots of reading time ahead to read Mary Morgan's new novel and introduction to her new series, Legends of Fenian Warriors. Quest of a Warrior is a little masterpiece! A real page turner! I am fascinated by the style of writing and storytelling of this author, personally, I feel that she has outdone herself! Mary Morgan never cease to amaze me! What can I say, I am overwhelmed with emotions. So treat yourself and let yourself be swept away to a magical and mystical realm where anything can happen! I read this wonderful adventure in one sitting! I'm now addicted to her new series!! If you believe in magic! Once, Fae and humans lived in harmony, but as time passed, a bond and trust were broken. The goddesses choose the Fenian Warriors to protect the realms and aid the humans. In Quest of a Warrior, we follow Conn MacRoich, a powerful Fae warrior, who is sent on a special quest to redeem himself after haven taking the wrong choice. Ivy, a young woman, with a special gift, is in Ireland to claim an inheritance, a bookstore and a charming Irish cottage, left from her dear uncle, where something magical will happen to her. Because of her gift, she lives in the shadows, so this opportunity is perfect for her to start a new life. That's where Conn will appear in the same village of Glennamore, Ireland. On his final quest, his world will intertwine with Ivy O'Callaghan's world, and together they will embark on a journey of passion, trust, secrets and hope! The moment their gazes locked, they knew they were meant for each other. Conn is so mysterious and sexy, that he took Ivy’s breath away! The chemistry between these two is so hot. But, can they trust each other with their many secrets? Is love and happiness possible for these two beautiful souls from different worlds. Fate will weave a fine thread to protect them, but is it enough? We meet new characters and some from her previous stories, like the Dragon Knights. I really loved Jamie, son of Adam and Meggie, because he's mysterious too, just like Conn. I hope he gets his own story! The plot and mystery sent me on a roller coaster ride of emotions! You might even shed a tear or giggle during some scenes. Thank you Ms. Morgan for creating this little gem! It was perfect for me, that’s why, it deserves 6 stars. *Disclaimer: I received a free copy of this book from the author. I was not required to write a positive review, and have not been compensated for this. This is my honest opinion.