The King's Druidess (The MacLomain Series- Prelude)

The King's Druidess (The MacLomain Series- Prelude)

by Sky Purington

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BN ID: 2940013411852
Publisher: Sky Purington
Publication date: 09/23/2011
Series: The MacLomain Series , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 1,176,858
File size: 228 KB

About the Author

Award-winning New Hampshire native, Sky Purington writes a cross genre of paranormal/fantasy romance heavily influenced by history. From Irish Druids to Scottish Highlanders many of her novels possess strong Celtic elements. More recently, her vampire stories take the reader to medieval England and ancient Italy. Enjoy strictly paranormal romance? Sky’s latest novels follow three haunted houses and the sexy ghost hunters determined to make sense of them. Make no mistake, in each and every tale told you'll travel back to another time and revisit the romanticism history holds at its heart. Sky loves to hear from her readers and can be contacted at .

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The King's Druidess 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
SPWriter More than 1 year ago
Short lead-in tale to Sky's Scottish Trilogy Sky Purington's The King's Druidess marries a possible past as it were, to fantasy. This evocative tale immediately draws the reader in. It is not merely a window to another world, but a world one can easily believe in, a world one searches the histories for. From the circle of stones to the power of that which is foretold, this is wild and beautiful and beguiling. Purington exhibits a richness of language and an imaginative vision. This story is suggestive, and haunting. It is carried by the power of desire, the power of passion, and the power of desperation. There is a richness here that is hard to convey...Nancy A. Lindley-Gauthier
bluespruce7597 More than 1 year ago
I read the second book in the series "Fate's Monolith" first. I didn't realize it was book 2. So I went back and read this book. I found this book poorly written. Had I read this first I probably wouldn't read any of the other books in this series. It's only 30 some pages long and sets the stage for book 2. However, i don't think it's required reading to understand future books in the series.
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