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About the Author
Jennifer Lynn is a soul midwife, a modern-day mystic and a shamanicpractitioner specializing in Celtic mystical techniques and practices.During twenty plus years of training and experience, she has studiedextensively with Tom Cowan, Caitlin Matthews, the Invisible Druid Order, the Order of Bards Ovates and Druids, the Foundation for ShamanicStudies as well as with mystical practitioners internationally.
An award-winning, published poet, Jennifer gives voice to her Bardic craft through poetry and prose. Her writings explore the rhythms of lifewhile honoring the Goddess and the Sacred Conversation.
Jenniferis also a Chinese medicine practitioner and a Minister of the Circle ofthe Sacred Earth, a church of animism fostering shamanic principles andpractices. She currently resides in Saint Louis, Missouri, under theFleur-de-Lys, nestled amongst the waters and the oak trees.
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I loved it, and wish it had been far, far longer! I could have stayed with Bree in Skye for 1000+ pages. I enjoyed following Bree on her soul's current journey to discover so much about herself and her past. I'm a bit envious, actually.
And Hamish! Oh my. I don't read romance novels to avoid expecting what doesn't seem to exist among mortal men, but Miss Jennifer really snuck one in on me here.... and he wore a kilt! Sigh.... I hope we see much more of "my chiya" in future books (please!?!?).
I particularly enjoyed Bree's interactions with Bear and the Ravens, all the gaelic usage, and her journeys filled with so many illuminating interactions. I am VERY MUCH looking forward to the next book in the series.