To be honest, i really did not like this trilogy. i admire the fact that it took a lot of imagination and work to create these characters and this plot, however, i still found all 3 books to be dull and lacking. Definitely not one of her best trilogies.
On the flip side, if you are into fantasy/romance, this might be the book for you.
another fantastically written book from Nora Roberts. She takes the story of the circle of 6 and their battle against the vampires to the land of Geall. Alot of fantasy and magic in this one. And of characters you'll love.
Another enticing paranormal trilogy from the ever-versatile, prolific, and much-loved queen of romance. Irish sorcerer Hoyt Mac Cionaoith tried but failed to destroy Demon Queen Lilith after she ruthlessly turned his twin brother, Cian, into a vampire. Lilith gradually recovered and immediately set about amassing an army of vampires with the intention of destroying all humans so that she could rule the world. The goddess Morrigan chooses Hoyt and five others to stop Lilith, sending Hoyt 1,000 years into the future. In twenty-first-century New York, he starts to build his team, enlisting Glenna Ward; his brother, Cian; and Cian's employee, King. Traveling back to Ireland, the three pick up new recruits Moira and her cousin Larkin, both of whom have traveled through space and time from the Kingdom of Geall. Demon-hunter Blair Murphy is the last to sign on to the circle of six. Now a sorcerer, a witch, a warrior, a scholar, a shape-shifter, and a lost soul must find some way of working together as a team if they are to have any hope of stopping darkness from overcoming all that is good and light in the world. Best-seller Roberts' Celtic-flavored Circle trilogy features superbly crafted characters, three passionate romances, and a bewitching blend of magic and myth. John Charles
Book two of the circle trilogy and just as good as the first one. Worth the read.
The story only gets better at this point.