Monday, March 07, 2011

Book Giveaway:

Miniseries: Mystic Circle

As one of the last surviving Mistweavers, half-blood Jenni knows what it's like to be caught between two worlds: the faery and the human. But the time has come to choose. The Lightfolk require her unique talent for balancing the elements to fend off a dangerous enemy—and rescue her missing brother.

Only for Rothly will Jenni deal with those who destroyed her life. Only for him will she agree to work with her ex-lover, Tage, and revisit the darkest corners of her soul. For a reckoning is at hand, and she alone has the power to hold back the forces of dark

So, here we are into March already. St Patrick's Day is around the corner. Have you read any good Irish romances? Either set in Ireland or either the hero or heroine is Irish?

Post your answers and be entered to win a chance at this book.

One entry per person. US and Canada mailing addresses only.

Good luck!


Karen H said...

No to both questions. But maybe this book will be a good place for me to start. LOL Count me in please.

debbie said...

No, I haven't, but I would love to.

CrystalGB said...

I have read some historicals and contemporaries that had Irish heroes and heroines.

Cybercliper said...

I recently read The Irish Warrior (Kris Kennedy) and The Magic Knot (Helen Scott Taylor). I really like both of them.

Karielle Stephanie said...

I don't think I have, but I've read a few good Scottish (highlander) romances!


Estella said...

Have not read any for quite a while.

Izzy said...

No I haven't but I would be interested in reading some

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Cherie J said...

No, I have not. However, now that you have mentioned it I feel like doing that.

Fedora said...

Loucinda McGary's got several--The Wild Sight, The Treasures of Venice, and The Wild Irish Sea. They're all quite fabulous :)

Emily said...

I don't believe I have!

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Caffey said...

I loved the stories I so far read in the Mammoth Book of Irish Romance. There is many stories in this 700 page anthology. I so recommend it. I love Robins books and would love to be in the contest. Oh too there is two Irish set historicals from Deb Stover and I hope she re-releases them in ebook. cathiecaffey