Book Reviews of Goddess of Eire (Celtic Journeys, Bk 9)

Goddess of Eire (Celtic Journeys, Bk 9)
Goddess of Eire - Celtic Journeys, Bk 9
Author: Janeen O'Kerry
ISBN-13: 9780505525871
ISBN-10: 0505525879
Publication Date: 1/31/2006
Pages: 320
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.

3.5 stars, based on 19 ratings
Publisher: Leisure
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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This is a tale that mixes warriors, magic, legend, and love!
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Interesting read if you are into fantasy. The heroine, Eiru began to bother me she was so indifferent to the hero, he is the one so in love with her as to give up all just to be with her
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This one was kinda far-fetched, but you gotta love those romance novels!
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At the moment of his greatest triumph, being anointed the High King of Eire, the euphoric Parlan vows to make the Goddess Eriu his queen. Angering the Druids with the affront to the Goddess, Eire is placed under a curse that only he can break by fulfilling a quest. Ironically if he succeeds he might also win the hand of Eriu who he loves with all of his soul.

Parlan has one year to accumulate four magical artifacts hidden in dangerous locales. If he succeeds in collecting the sword, spear, cup, and stone, he then must fight and defeat the Black Dragon using the artifacts correctly. If he fails at any point, the Black Dragon will turn Eire into a wasteland.

GODDESS OF EIRE is an intriguing fantasy with some limited romantic elements supporting the prime story line of the misguided champion trying to save his people from the lethal wrath he brought upon them in the name of love. The action-packed story line will enable readers to believe in the magic of the Druids and the supernatural powers of the Gods. Parlan, filled with both love and guilt, is an interesting star as he strongly feels that when he succeeds he will achieve his two, at least in his mind, compatible goals. He makes the quest for the artifacts and the Goddess Eriu a fine read.

Harriet Klausner