The King's Druidess

The King s Druidess Chiomara Ruadh Druidess of Ulster will not be swayed from prophecy If the Gods of Ireland request that she couple with the king so be it If it is also their wish that he marry another woman who is

  • Title: The King's Druidess
  • Author: Sky Purington
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 292
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Chiomara Ruadh, Druidess of Ulster, will not be swayed from prophecy If the Gods of Ireland request that she couple with the king, so be it If it is also their wish that he marry another woman, who is Chiomara, a simple Druid, to stand in their way Erc Breac, king of the Dalriada, can only think of Chiomara Her beauty is surreal and the tales that follow her across theChiomara Ruadh, Druidess of Ulster, will not be swayed from prophecy If the Gods of Ireland request that she couple with the king, so be it If it is also their wish that he marry another woman, who is Chiomara, a simple Druid, to stand in their way Erc Breac, king of the Dalriada, can only think of Chiomara Her beauty is surreal and the tales that follow her across the land unsurpassed But that is not enough when faced with the obligations of a king His people must come first His future wife and queen, Macha, must come first Yet, fate is a slippery thing Will Erc risk the whole of his kingdom for what lays in his heart This story contains strong sexual content and is recommended for a mature audience.The King s Druidess is the lead in tale to The MacLomain Series While The King s Druidess is a short Celtic story, Fate s Monolith The MacLomain Series Book 1 , Destiny s Denial The MacLomain Series Book 2 and Sylvan Mist The MacLomain Series Book 3 are full length novels Purington weaves an enchanted tale of love, magic, and sacrifice that will leave you wanting Rynne Raines, author of The Awakening This story is suggestive, and haunting It is carried by the power of desire, the power of passion, and the power of desperation There is a richness here that is hard to convey Nancy A Lindley GauthierPlease NOTE This is a re launch of titles published years ago The stories have been revised and tightened And as aforementioned, the sensual heat level for all four has been turned way up.

    One thought on “The King's Druidess”

    1. Quick but good read! For a free novelette, I got just about everything I wanted out of it. Erc and Chiomara's love for each other was so strong that it led them to be a bit over the top and the ending was kind of crazy with the time quickening decades but still, it was really sweet.

    2. Actual Rating: 3.5 StarsI really enjoy these stories. It's been a minute since I'd read The MacLomains: Early Years, but I was able to pick this prequel to the next series up and dive in with no issues. I get so caught up in the books and I can't wait to read the next in the series.

    3. Short story of a historical paranormal suggestive romance that takes place in Ireland, 487 A.D between a druidess, Chiomara Rhuadh, and the king of Dalriada, Erc.Story short:Chiomara has been in love with Erc ever since she first saw him as a young lass. A prophecy bound their fates together foretelling that years later they would have to become one in the circle of Stonehenge so that the fruit of their union will bring a new beginning to the world. The story starts when Chiomara and Erc meet ag [...]

    4. This is a short story or novelette prelude to Sky Purington’s McLomain series (Fate’s Monolith, Destiny’s Denial and Sylvan Mist). Purington also has written other series.This novelette begins with a sensual scene of Chiomara (a druidess of the goddess Brigit) meeting King Erc for a mystical coupling in the circle of the stones before his forthcoming marriage. The king is very taken with her and Chiomara herself has had feelings for Erc for a long time; however, their destiny may not allow [...]

    5. This short tale was a prelude to Sky Pruington’s MacLomain Series. This fast paced short story performed its purpose well. It set the stage for future time travel books.There was the king who was also a magi, the druidess who was in love with him, and several gods along with the goddess Brigit. I found the concept of the three rings and what they meant for future generations intriguing. I try hard not to release any spoilers beyond what is in an author’s description so I won’t reveal any m [...]

    6. This short was a little bit of a mess. Really interesting world and magic - I don't read a lot set in this time period or location 5th century Ireland, so maybe if I'd come in with more knowledge about Druids and magi then I would have been able to follow better. As it was, there were a lot of gods popping in and out and changing form, a lot of unexplained magical rules, and various other confusions that left be a little bewildered. The core story is simple enough, but with all the gods popping [...]

    7. This is a fast paced short version of the beginning of the Mac Lomain books. It explains how the three, rings,came to be in existence. Erc is a magical King in Ireland , and he couples with a druid priestess of the Gods choosing. He is then to let,her go. He finds he cannot love another, and the child they made is destined to go to Scotland. Their is much legend, and fantasy involved in the birthing of the rings used to change time. It was a fierce love story that started the new series. I enjoy [...]

    8. This was a quick, romantic read that has been sitting on my TBR pile for a while now. It is a prequel to the author's MacLomain series that I read to prepare for the latest novel that the author was kind enough to gift to me. I had higher hopes for the book, but once I finished it, I was left with many unanswered questions that ultimately detracted from my enjoyment of the story. I'm hoping that the author's Early Years series might answer those questions, but for the time being, I think this bo [...]

    9. This short story starts off with a bang (!) as Druidess and King come together as was fore-ordained. The story then moves along at a fair pace as they approach his forthcoming marriage between clans. There is involvement from the Gods, other druids and even a dash of evil in a druid gone bad. However, this IS only a short story so there is not much world, character or plot development. This is essentially a teaser for the rest of the series and as such succeeds in its goal.

    10. It was an okay story. Rather short which was explained in the beginning but the start of a boxed set which promises three longer novels after. I have a feeling the events are going to be brought up in the main series. A little less developed than I tend to like but again, it was short so I expected it.

    11. This is one of those prequels that I think works better after you've read the first book. I'm left with so many questions and they are not intriguing as if to pull me into the next book. More like history that you might want after reading first book. 2.5 Stars

    12. Magical loveErc is a king that has to marryThe druidess is a girl that has to be at the marriage, . . .When the pair faces each other, there is . . pain, and finally . . .Will Erc marry his intended or the druidess???Enjoy!!!

    13. A very nice prelude to Sky's series. Gives just enough backstory to make sense. Even has a sample of one of her books at the end, so you get a little teaser!

    14. 200 YEAR GAP IN AGE, I DON'T THINK SO.Too far fetched, to be believable. Progress was never recognized. I wouldn't recommend this author as a writer to follow.

    15. For those that like Celtic fiction and Celtic Romance, you don't want to miss this one. The King's Druidess stays true to the Celtic genre.

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