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The descriptions are wonderful, they make the story come alive. The characters are fun, scary, with all the other emotions that people have when they are frightened. The way Paul supports, protects and loves, Maeve during the tale.. I could not put this down, once I read the first page. It intrigues, scares, and is so intense at times, you have to know what is happening or are you going to get the answer you have been waiting for. The Author has done an absolutely marvelous job of weaving all the threads of this book. She made it read smoothly, with an even pace and answers all the questions. I wish I could give it a higher star rating, I really loved this story.
I received this from Net Galley and voluntarily reviewed it
If you enjoyed the first then YES!
Just like Bohermore we are treated to a story that runs fast but still manages to provide beautifully developed characters and a detailed storyline so you don’t get six chapters in and still feel unsure as to what you are reading. That happened on 2 previous novels I just finished so this was a breath of fresh air.
I wouldn’t even say you need a lot of familiarity with the Irish legend of the Great Pirate Queen thanks to McMahon doing such a wonderful job of filling in the details within her story. Knowing about Grace O’Malley certainly will add to the enjoyment but it’s not required. Maybe her novels will encourage you to do a bit of research on your own. Having grown up revering O’Malley as a hero I was glad to see her life treated with respect and given a place of honor as such a strong woman deserves. It was a pleasant feeling to not have one of my country’s great mythic heroes written about properly instead of having her story used as fodder for crap – can you tell that’s happened a time or two and the irritation has not worn off?
The journey through the Irish countryside is so beautiful it’ll be hard to pull away so you could easily find yourself finishing this in one afternoon without breaks. The romance, action, danger, and sense of loyalty are so adeptly written you become part of the story while the world around you melts away; nothing is more important than Maeve and the choices she makes. There’s a curse! Who doesn’t love reading about curses, can it be broken, will she break it and what will she have to lose or gain in the process? McMahon will make you obsessed with finding out.
I was given an ARC for my honest review.