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Celtic Evil: Ian: A Fitzgerald Brother Novel Paperback – March 19, 2010
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At University in England, Ian meets Molly, an American whose heritage is part Creole Voodoo Priestess and part Irish (with a thread of fairie in her lineage). He befriends the lonely girl, but refuses to get closer because he knows anyone near him is in mortal danger. Little does he know of her powers.
On a class field trip, when a classmate is attacked and killed by wolves, and Ian disappears, Molly looks to the school for help and finds none. Alerting her brothers, they turn to the family who raised Ian since the age of 3, when his parents died. Instead of finding aid from that quarter, the brothers discover a grim, horrifying truth which sets them on a twisted journey that intertwines the physical realm with the mystic, both good and bad.
Ms. Rose has a vivid imagination and seems well researched in Wiccan beliefs, so she paints pictures that stay with you long after you close the book. As the second in the series, it starts in with numerous characters familiar to readers of the first. The only caution I have for potential readers is the need for a firmer editor's hand. This book was given to me for review and I'd recommend it for sixteen and older, due to language and adult situations.