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Celtic Rose (Celtic Rose Saga) Paperback – March 19, 2012
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About the Author
I live in a small town in North-Central Oklahoma. I started writing when I was seventeen years old. I dreamed the story and then embellished that dream into a manuscript. I had over half of each book in my trilogy written when they were destroyed. I was devastated and quite writing for a very long time. I started writing again a few years ago when my cousin had me tell the stories to friends of ours and they inspired me to start writing again. They all loved my stories and supported me as I wrote. My Muse came along and helped me to develop the stories to have more comic relief. Most of the dark humor in the book comes from conversations with him.
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Kallisto who is an Irish princess, and Talus, a Scottish prince, fall in love and want to be together. However their families are at war and our princess is sadly betrothed to another.
They get to be together but on their wedding day they are murdered. On top of that, a curse is placed on them and everyone who died to avenge them. An enchantress tries to help them, but the only help she could give is for them to live their lives over and over throughout the years.... I'm not saying any more because it will give too much of the storyline away.
The reborn, living again, finding each other, dying again has all been done before, many many times and so this story is not unique in that respect. However it's still a good read, and rather a quick one.
The only gripes I had was that we were told things more than we were shown them. There were rather a few run on sentences and at points, the story jumped around quite a little. The character names were also really over used. Other than that, the storyline was good enough to keep me turning the pages and wanting more at the end.
I believe this is going to be a series, and I will reading the next chapter.