KISS OF A DRUID BARD
JEAN HART STEWART
December 13, 2007
Rating: 4 Cups
Dr. Stephen Lovernios is a physician and surgeon, but to truly find himself he sets off on a bard’s journey. His Druid ancestry is very powerful and dear to his heart, and he is determined to find those powers within himself.
Dr. Mairey Bronwyn is a renowned archeologist. She is a woman in a man’s world and at the top of her field, but her only concern now is keeping her niece Bethan safe.
Stephen is traveling on foot from town to town living a bard’s life. He has earned much acclaim through his profession and his Celtic singing, but not in the eyes of Mairey. Mairey sees him only as a wanderer, with little or no regard for duty and responsibility. She soon realizes how very wrong she is. Stephen becomes an integral figure in her and Bethan’s life and their safety. The Druid in him is coming to life, and Stephen knows that it is all due to Mairey. Now the only question is, can she love him for whom he really is? He will accept nothing less.
This is a fabulous story of love and personal discovery. Stephen’s character is wonderfully sensitive and masculine. He is easy to love right from the start. Mairey is a bit more complicated, but as the story progresses she really comes to life. The secondary characters are also fantastic, and make the story very well rounded. I highly recommend this beautifully written love story to anyone. The adventurous and romantic spirit of Ms. Stewart comes shining through on every page.
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