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Product Details

  • Paperback: 234 pages
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; 2nd edition (June 19, 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1448619831
  • ISBN-13: 978-1448619832
  • Product Dimensions: 0.5 x 8.4 x 5.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 9.9 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (39 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,603,471 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

Editorial Reviews

From the Author

The first in my paranormal romance series about the Fitzgerald brothers, it's also my first foray out of the genre of action/adventure.
Roarke's tale was originally plotted as a Western romance but in the middle as the characters came to life, he and his brothers, their lives and the dangers they face shifted into the paranormal. Plus...who can say no to five devilishly handsome Irish brothers, all of whom happen to be witches?
Roarke is the first but as the series continues each brother's trials overlap even as they each are the focus of their own book until the grand conclusion...and the final showdown with not only the evil force seeking to destroy them but also a much darker evil that comes from much closer.

About the Author

Ms. Rose is from the rural Ohio Valley where she was born and still lives. Growing up an avid reader of many genres, she now uses that love in her own works of fiction as she writes in both the genres of action and paranormal romance.

Also an animal lover, she lives with two new kittens, Sam and Dean, who like to thnk they can type.

For more information on her and her books please see her website at:

More About the Author

Sierra Rose is a penname for the author who lives in rural Ohio with her family of two recently adopted kittens named Sam and Dean.

She is a 1993 graduate of Buckeye Local High School in Rayland, Ohio and began writing while in school.

She enjoys writing action/adventure and has more recently began writing in other genres which include paranormal/romantic suspense which is what her first published novel is in.

She is an avid reader will enjoys many genres of books. From action to romance, to mystery to travel.

For more information and the link to her homepage:

Customer Reviews

I greatly look forward to the next book of this series.
Jessica Billings
I'd recommend this to anyone who likes paranormal romance.
Christy Leigh Stewart
The characters are intriguing, the story is captivating.
D. Fortney

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By S. Deeth TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on November 11, 2009
Format: Paperback
If your inner editor will struggle with grammar and word-choice issues, Celtic Evil is probably not the book for you. But the story has more to offer the interested reader. The author creates a fascinating cast of characters in the five Rourke brothers, each differently skilled and differently called to return to their ancestral home. Their parents died fifteen years previously and the boys have lived separate lives. But evil is rising and they need to learn to trust each other and their friends if they're to defeat it.

This isn't a story of simple magic, but a much darker tale where the malevolent Sebastian seems to start with all the advantages and all the history. The brothers have to heal from wounds of the past, while fighting present peril and learning not to fight each other all the time. Banter round the breakfast table is very nicely done. Magic and reality are molded in a pleasing blend. And true love wins through. The story's a fun and intriguing read, as long as your inner editor stays quiet, and a fine introduction to the series.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By ChanceJ on May 20, 2011
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
I was excited to read this book, it sounded like such a good story line. . And I like the fact that it continued with 4 other books about the other brothers. But once I started reading it, it was to crowded. There are way too many characters, its too fractured. I kept thinking, I thought this book was about Roarke? Then finally it started to be about him, but it just rambled on and on about him and his "friend" Jessica. And the "friend" part really irratated me, we get that they were friends before they were lovers, why keep saying "my friend, his friend, her friend?" It just got to be really irritating and boring to me, I skimmed the last third of the book, just couldnt take it anymore. If you want to read a series about magic, read Nora Roberts trilogies. Maybe she has spoiled me, this book just was not written very well. I wont be reading the other four.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By frank anthony on December 20, 2009
Format: Paperback
This reminds me of Harry Potter. Those educated readers who understand and enjoy mystical stories with standup characters will definitely enjoy this book. From what i've read (and i'm not into witches or deamons) it is extremely well written. I rate this with a '5' because of the story-line and character portrayal. I highly reccommend this book. Frank
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By T.W.C. on December 11, 2009
Format: Paperback
I found the premise of this novel extremely intriguing. Five brothers, all former Irish singers, are linked together against an evil force.

I felt especially sorry for Roarke's troubles with the Walshes. As for why, you'll just have to read it.

The magic in this tale is a major part of the story. In fact, it is the story, and the way that Rose works it in comes off as genuine. The magic (or the Craft as it is sometimes called) seems to be joined with heredity in the world of Celtic Evil (as is mentioned--a hereditary witch). This lends the fact that these brothers are all a part of The Five more validity.

It might appear that this is just another 'good vs. evil' story, but it is really more about family ties and that's what makes it work.

I found the backstory about the island quite well developed and it is a vital part of the plot so I'm glad it was expanded upon as the novel went on.

All the brothers have their specific personalities but somehow manage to work it out when it counts. I think this is the way that brothers are supposed to act, but speaking from experience, they do not always act this way. I'm glad Rose portrayed the brothers as fighting sometimes, even in the midst of critical moments. After all, it only takes one of The Five to fall.

It was a special treat that Rose included bits of the brothers' native language in the book. Thanks to her I am now familiar with some new phrases.

As this is the first book in the series I am anticipating more. Hopefully the story will be explored to an even greater degree.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Roxanne Wright on January 9, 2010
Format: Paperback
I was very disappointed in this novel. Other reviewers talked about the grammar issues, which are very distracting, but it goes beyond that. The idea of the story is very appealing, but I can't agree with the reviewer who called the author a good story-teller who lacks some grammar skills. I found the telling of the story clunky - the same words are used over and over again to describe certain characters. The story lacked color and good descriptive language to help you picture the scenes. Plot-timing is odd-at one point it's breakfast and by the end of the scene it's time for bed with nothing in the description of the scene that would make you think that the events in the scene would have taken an entire day. Characters are constantly stepping in and out of rooms - you can barely remember what room they're in, who's in the room, and why they're there. Past events are alluded to without enough information about them to help you understand what actually happened in the past. In one scene where a damsel is in immediate distress (and everyone in the story knows it), two of the characters take the time to hug and kiss and comfort each other before going off to try to figure out how to save the other charachter who is in a nearby room.

I was looking forward to this series, but can't find the writing compelling enough to want to finish the series.
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