Druid Warrior Prince (A Medieval Irish Romance)

Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
Gwenevieve Macken’s world falls into chaos as inhuman interlopers scheme to possess both her and her land.
 
When a foreign guardian comes forward as her only option for salvation, Gwenevieve must choose between her desires, and fulfilling the fate to which she was born.

A forced marriage with a Tuatha dé Danann warrior isn’t part of her plan. Nor was true love. More
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About Juli D. Revezzo

Juli D. Revezzo loves fantasy and Celtic mythology and writing stories with all kinds of fantastical elements. She is the author of the historical romances, House of Dark Envy, Watchmaker's Heart, and Lady of the Tarot, the Antique Magic paranormal series, the Stewards War, and Celtic Stewards Chronicles series and more. She is also a member of the Independent Author Network and the Magic Appreciation Tour.
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About the Series: Celtic Stewards Chronicles
The Celtic Steward Chronicles are about the women of a gods-blessed family of stewards of a mystical battleground, whose history spans from mythic Ireland to the Medieval period, to present day Florida. Druid Warrior Prince continues the backward progression begun in Druid Warrior's Heart concerning the heroine's life, loves, and the magical battle set to take place on her family's homestead in 6th Century Ireland.

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Reviews of Druid Warrior Prince (A Medieval Irish Romance) by Juli D. Revezzo

Tina Morley reviewed on Nov. 18, 2020

Druid Warrior Prince is a fast-paced medieval romance with neat magic and interesting characters. It's the third book in the Celtic Stewards Chronicles, but it can be read at any time in the series and doesn't have any cliffhangers. It's a pagan story about Tuatha dé Danann warriors, Druid heroes, and evil Harbingers. The climax in the story happens on Samhain, where our modern-day Halloween comes from.

It's a coming-of-age story with a strong female protagonist named Gwenevieve. She has misplaced ideals when it comes to choosing a husband. I don't like to give any clues away, but I was disappointed that her newly realized ability and recently acquired weapons weren't used in the main battle.

This book was lots of fun to read. Please be aware that there is some sexual content without being overly explicit. For this reason, I would suggest that it's more appropriate for new adults.

I received a free digital copy of this book. This is an honest and voluntary review.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Suzanne G. Rogers reviewed on Nov. 16, 2020

A charming and fantastical tale set in ancient Ireland, about a young woman who was born to be the steward of sacred land. I loved the way the relationship between Gwenevieve and unconventional warrior, Maedus, developed. The great ending of this book left me with a happy sigh.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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