Heart of a Druid Laird
Carina Press, 2011 (2011)
Reviewed by Wanda Plourde
aird Dermot McKay is a Druid who has been cursed with immortality along with twelve of his clan warriors. Now the curse can be broken by a particular woman. Dermot believes her to be an infant, and that it should be easy to whisk away the child to Scotland. But the curse breaker is actually a fully grown woman. Dermot and four of his men fly to America, hoping to bribe the infant's parents to release the baby into their custody. When they get there, they find no baby, but a beautiful woman.
rtistic Sidney St. George lives in a small town where she runs a tiny boutique with her friend Zoe. One night, she receives a warning from a scary faerie-like ghost, telling her to avoid a Scottish man who is coming for her. The next day she is blown away when a Scot enters her shop, demanding that she go to lunch with him. Sidney refuses but this rugged, sexy man will not take no for an answer. He makes her feel sad and angry at the same time, but there's also a strong attraction that makes her want to wrap her arms around him.
found it excellent, a magical tale that takes you on a journey like no other. It has great dialogue, slight humor and plenty of romance. The love scenes are sexy, sweet and not over done. You feel every emotion imaginable. A sequel seems a possibility. I hope so as I would read more Barbara Longley any day.
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