Celtic Fire (Druids of Avalon, #1)



Celtic Fire (Druids of Avalon, #1) When A Roman Commander Travels Through Britannia To Investigate A Haunting Vision, An Ambush By Hostile Celts Leaves Him With An Unexpected Prize A Beautifully Enchanting Witch.Back Cover Synopsis In The Wilds Of Britannia, A Fierce Battle Raged Rhiannon, Rightful Ruler Of The Celts, Longed To See The Invading Romans Driven From Her Land But When She Was Taken By The Enemy, She Couldn T Deny Her Reaction To Their Compelling Leader His Dark Eyes Promised Endless Nights Of Wicked Delight, Yet Rhiannon Continued To Be Haunted By An Eerie Feeling Of Recognition.Having To Look Upon The Ghost Of His Murdered Brother Every Day Was Torture For Commander Lucius Aquila But The Strangely Fascinating Woman He D Captured Had The Power To Make The Visions Disappear, And Lucius Knew She Could Help Him Solve The Mystery Of Aulus Death Even As He Questioned Her Loyalty, Her Courage And Beauty Held Him Spellbound, And Lucius Could Only Dream Of The Day He Might Succumb To Her.

10 thoughts on “Celtic Fire (Druids of Avalon, #1)

  1. says:

    This was a fairly dark, pretty violent story with a good romance Definitely a must read for those who have an interest in Roman Conquest Britain It reminded me of the movie King Arthur I have to admire Ms Nash for writing this story in a gritty style that felt very true to the period It s fairly unique for any paranormal I have read so far, with the hero, a Ro...

  2. says:

    A well written story, this book takes the reader to a slightly different historical framework the Romans struggle to contain the wilds of Britain The romance was powerful and interesting, and the heroine a queen of her people faces a terrible struggle in that those around her are convinced she has to throw her life away by marrying a barbarian one of several to save her people from war Given the war like nature of that time, that seems unlikely but the pressure is there This is A well written story, this book takes the reader to a slightly different historical framework the Romans struggle to contain the wilds of Britain The romance was powerf...

  3. says:

    Slow to start and then hard to put down This did start a bit slow for my taste but then developed into an interesting story with a lot of Roman and Celtic information as well.

  4. says:

    Interesting A nice touch on historical romance, with a twist here and there A bit brutal to some i would say, but an easy read.

  5. says:

    Only good line in the book She tasted like wind and honey Never read this I read it because I m doing research as a writer.

  6. says:

    Mixed reviewsWhile the story has some promise, there was little fire and mostly smoke Adding the boy Marcus was a stroke of genius

  7. says:

    An okay storyGot confusing with so many people, but a good story overall Torn if I ll read the next one or not.

  8. says:

    GreatThis is the best book I have read on a long time Can t wait to readof the series.

  9. says:

    First Book of The Druids of Avalon Series It had a very slow start but once you get to the middle where Rhiannon is captured by Lucius does it get better There is a lot of magic, ghosts, mystery, twists, romance it was hard to put down Excellent read Joy N...

  10. says:

    Haunted by the specter of his dead brother, the hero leaves his command position is the Roman army, takes a handful of soldiers and leaves for Britannia to seek revenge On the way, the barbaric but uncoordinated Celts seem to be muchunited than imaged as a large group attack the hero s convey In the process of projecting his son, he s shot in the ass by an arrow Vowing to kill the man responsible he instead finds himself face to face with a woman A woman he s injured He claims her for Haunted by the specter of his dead brother, the hero leaves his command position is the Roman army, takes a handful of soldiers and leaves for Britannia to seek revenge On the way, the barbaric but uncoordinated Celts seem to be muchunited than imaged as a large group attack the hero s convey In the process of projecting his son, he s shot in the ass by an arrow Vowing to kill the man responsible he instead finds himself face to face with a woman A woman he s injured He claims her for his own and takes her with him to the camp There, unbeknownst to him, he s enslaved a queen The heroine doesn t much care for the title, not when it comes equipped with her giving her body to a man who sleeps with other women Neither the less she s willing to do her duty and she can t when she s this roman dog s prisoner She makes her hatred of him and his people abundantly clear but when he behaves like a gentleman is throws her off She was expecting him to rape her by now or a...

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