Ancient, eternal, magikal, and in love with a woman immune to his charms. The combination can bring even the strongest druid sorcerer to his knees. Coyle O'Caha, a seven-hundred-year-old, immortal druid sorcerer, has one claim to fame - his experience mentoring fledgling witches. Three years ago, he found his soulmate, Deri Sullivan. With Deri haunting his dreams, he can
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The sparks fly when these two meet and I hav ...more
The chemistry is there between these two, but neither of them are willing to take their relationship to the next level for a good many years, until Deri's past shows up - then all hell breaks lose, and de ...more
Coyle O'Caha fears he'll never find the woman meant to be his true love. Deri Sullivan is done with men. Her ex framed her for his crime and got her expelled from her home and her family turned against her. She's always wanted to live in Grove Bluff. When she's banished ...more
Deri Sullivan's boss is a real piece of work. Not only is Coyle a mi ...more
It has been a while since I have read one of Mandy's books, so I am so glad that I found this one. To think of a 700+ year old druid finally finding his mate in a tortured young witch who walks to his bar looking for a job. She has been falsely accused of a witch crime and instead of killing her she has to walk away from everything her business, her family. Basically she has to hid from the man who caused her to be found guilty and be sent away. Banned from eve ...more
A quick read, that will keep you hooked from the first page. You worry for Deri and her ex ...more
She is hiding in a little town and looking for work she walks in to the pub Coyle owns. Coyle is directly highly attracted to her, but she can’t be his mate, because she is human and he is a druid. He doesn’t know she is a witch, but is allowed to use her magic.
Great read with the evil sorcerer showing up on some point. ...more
Deri Sullivan is falsely accused of using magic to harm a human. Her sentence, exile from friends n family n forbidden to use her magic. She relocated to an obscure place n obtains employment in a pub. It's owned by one immortal druidic sorcerer who's a member of Council. One who's given up all hope of ever finding his other half n having children. For without finding his mate he will never be able to father children.
His grandmother knows otherwise but keeps such know ...more
Mandy Roth cannot write a bad book even if she tried hard. Her stories are written from the heart and with a reader in mind. Her books are so addictive to borrow a catch phrase you can't read just One. I have finished one series and started the Druid series with Sacred Places and finished it today. You will love her main characters they were meant for each other. I cannot wait for her secondary characters to get their own story lines. If you haven't read Mandy ...more
It's smutt. No real plot line. No character development. Just a whole lot of porn worthy sex scenes or talk about having sex. The world building and villain are down right cringe inducing. And the conflict that stopped them from being together asks the reader to not only suspend disbelief but blatantly violates the rules of the world that was built. Magic users can sense when magic is used and who used it. So why did the office confession need to happen. This story was dumb as diet water ...more
This was way too freaking short. There was so much potential with this storyline and the characters, and it just was cut short. I literally am so irritated with how this story just kind of went. There was not really any conflict and the characters did not develop because they were not given the chance to. I wanted so badly to like this story, but I am so irritated by the potential of this story that ended up being rushed and underdeveloped. It could have been so good, but unfortunately, thi ...more
Indie author Mandy M. Roth shows promise and creativity in SACRED PLACES, a free novella which gave the opportunity to try out a new author! The story was good enough to have me seek out another title by this author who had my complete attention when Coyle broke out in an authentic Scottish brogue. While some grammar issues almost chased me away, I'm glad I stayed and finished the reading. Happy pages! 😉
A super quick lunch time read.
One 700yr old, young looking highlander druid wishing for his one and only.
One wronged exiled druid witch, looking to start anew.
This was an OK read, I just felt something missing and found myself skipping pages.
Good storyline, but not the best that I've read from Ms Mandy M. Roth.
Will try the next book in the Druid series, hopeful that will keep me reading this series,
This was a good, although not very long, book. The characters were easy to like, and the ending was sweet. The only drawback was its length, because the background of the story was a bit blurry. It is still a great story, with all the info you need to really enjoy it, it was just so good I wanted more!
I really liked the main characters in the book, especially Coyle. I would have preferred to see more of the dark sorcerer. He really set everything in motion and yet he didn't really make much of an appearance in the story. But since it's a novella the author really didn't have time to do a lot with everything.
The story is seemed a bit short for all the events that were transpiring
The two main characters do have quite the chemistry between them and it left me craving a bit more of them
I do ...more
She lands in a small town and goes to the local pub looking for a job. Coil answers the door and they’re both struck dumb seeing each other for the first time.
Cute story where neither side knows the other can do magic.