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by Aithne Jarretta (Goodreads Author)
Shrouded in the Mists of Avalon is a Hidden Legacy. Enter this mythical in-between realm of Power and discover... Syther the Quitch is angry. Someone new has arrived in Glastonbury, England. Shayla Brinawell carries many secrets. Destiny propels her path. Paths have twists... Magic astounds her. Death chases her. Love saves her. Meekal Magdal-eder Chilkwell, Chalice Well ...more
Published July 17th 2011 by Bird of Paradise Publishing
(first published August 1st 2008)
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Shayla Brainawell always knew something about her life was different. Not until she takes a vacation to Glastonbury, England, does she find just how unique she is. Meekal Chiklwell is a Guardian of the Chalice Well. He lives a magical life surrounded by family in both the present and the past. When Shayla faints at his feet, he’s mesmerized by her unique beauty and ancestral past. Twin souls, Meekal and Shayla are drawn to one another like a moth to a flame. Evil in the form of Syther the ...more
Ms. Jarretta is an incredible world-builder. Concentric Circles is a love story about a young woman named Shay, who has always known she possessed magic, but never knew she had a preordained place in a magical society until she travels to Europe with a girlfriend. She quickly meets her soul-mate, Meekal who, along with his family, are responsible for protecting the Chalice Well from those who would use its magic for evil. And there are lots and lots of deliciously evil characters who try to do ...more
It was a good story and kept my interest all the way through. The characters were great and had good chemistry. I do have just a few complaints. First, the American didn’t talk like she was from America. And there were several times that I felt left out or like I had completely missed something. I would go back and re-read but never find anything I missed. I just didn’t understand what they were talking about sometimes or how things developed to where they were. Maybe it was me – I don’t know. I ...more