From a USA Today bestelling author comes a tale of magic, myth and Irish music.
A failed barista, a reclusive blacksmith. Can they avoid the call of the Irish Gods?
Saoirse knows playing traditional music once a week in a local Dublin pub won't get her a career, but it's all she's got, especially after she's fired from her barista job. But then her father dies and her life is set into a spin, especially when an unknown grandmother comes calling..
Music is Smithy's one joy that is left to him that has a residue of the magic he lost long ago. Creating things in his forge, tucked away in rural Cork, increasingly reminds him of what he's lost and why he must resist the requests of the Tuatha De Danann. They want him to join their efforts to battle their biggest nemesis, a powerful god who is threatening the destruction of Eire, the land they hold so dear.
But events and gods conspire to bring Saoirse and Smithy to the path that was meant to be. It's time for the gods to awake and answer the call to defend the land. But answering that call could mean risking death.
A music-filled romantic urban fantasy with a Celtic twist that will delight fans of Charles de Lint.
Enchanting storyline. Magic revealed in subtle and captivating ways. Full characters, without a lot of descriptive nonsense.55
It started out slowly almost was going to give up on it but then I couldn’t put this book down! A really good read. I’m hooked!55
This fantasy was not what I expected at all. And I mean that in a really great way. It was such an interesting fantasy weaving classic themes with modern elements. The first few pages pulled me in immediately and I couldn’t wait to read more about Saoirse and find out more about her. Just a really great fantasy that opened up a new world, one I would like to visit again.45