Song of Seare #1
On Sale: May 1, 2014
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Young Adult | Fantasy | Inspirational
In a kingdom where the Old Ways hold fast and a manâ€™s worth
lies entirely in his skill with the sword, Conor Mac Nir is
a scholar, a musician, and a follower of the forbidden
Balian faith: problematic for any man, but disastrous for
the son of the king.
When Conor is sent as a hostage to a neighboring kingdom, he
never expects to fall in love with the rival kingâ€™s sister,
Aine. Nor does he suspect his gift with the harp (and Aineâ€™s
ability to heal) touches on the realm of magic. Then his
clan begins a campaign to eliminate all Balians from the
isle of Seare, putting his newfound home in peril and
entangling him in a plot for control of the island that has
been unfolding since long before his birth.
Only by committing himself to an ancient warrior brotherhood
can Conor discover the part heâ€™s meant to play in Seareâ€™s
future. But is he willing to sacrifice everythingâ€”even the
woman he lovesâ€”to follow the path his God has laid before him?
Song of Seare
24 comments posted.
Re: Oath of the Brotherhood
Love the cover. Sounds like a very good book.
(Sue Brandes 7:03am February 21, 2014)
The synopsis sounds great. Thanks.
(Pam Howell 7:19am February 21, 2014)
unfamiliar with your writings...but love to read anything re: ireland...and this sounds interesting.
(Mal Kaplan 7:38am February 21, 2014)
i love the cover thanks for the giveaway the book sounds
(Denise Smith 8:55am February 21, 2014)
Can't wait to read this book, it sounds wonderful and I love the cover!!
(Bonnie Capuano 9:28am February 21, 2014)
This one sounds so interesting. I am reading Dominion as a
"what-if" but more on real life. I love books on Ireland even
though this is still on my list to visit. A little magic in a
book always works. Appreciate the giveaway.
(Leona Olson 10:03am February 21, 2014)
This novel sounds captivating and very special. Love this
locale and plot.
(Sharon Berger 12:07pm February 21, 2014)
All I can say is - "What if I were fortunate enough to win your book?" Then I could curl up in my favorite chair, with a Starbucks bevarage, my kitties, and get whisked off to your Isle of Seare, at lease for a while. Great post and awesome cover!! Can't wait to read your trilogy!!
(Peggy Roberson 12:39pm February 21, 2014)
Book sounds great,also love the cover. Thanks for a chance to win.
(Linda Hall 12:43pm February 21, 2014)
Book sounds good. Unfamiliar with this author.
(Tina Lechuga 1:02pm February 21, 2014)
Have not read your books but this one sounds and looks really good. I hope I win! Thanks for the chance.
(Vennie Martinisi 1:38pm February 21, 2014)
Love finding authors that are new to me. Gets me going!
(Barbara Wells 2:49pm February 21, 2014)
Oh this sounds like my kind of series!
(Colleen Conklin 3:36pm February 21, 2014)
love the cover and tehn the blurb on it love to read a d blog on it
(Desiree Reilly 4:56pm February 21, 2014)
Sounds like a very interesting book and who doesn't love Starbucks!
(Denise Austin 9:14pm February 21, 2014)
This book sounds fantastic, my ancestors are from Ireland,and
I've always wanted to visit there; a fantasy book with a land
like Ireland sounds perfect! I would love to win this book!!
Thanks for the awesome giveaway :)
(Sara Doyle 9:56pm February 21, 2014)
This sounds like a great premise!
(Janie McGaugh 10:31pm February 21, 2014)
What if.... I have read all of my life. I adore fantasy,
fiction, romance and all genres in between. That being
said, my husband once said that I could write stories
because I read so much. I was dumbstruck because I do not
have the detailed dreams for the what if... question.
Authors have a story begging to be told that not every one
has. I truly admire the drive and skill that it takes to
put your vision into words.
(Marcia Berbeza 11:16pm February 21, 2014)
Oooo Very interesting! Love the cover too!
(Glenda Martillotti 11:25pm February 21, 2014)
I love the book cover. I also love that the story is in Ireland. Ireland has been a magical country to me but I have never been there. Love to read about their myths and legends.
(Kai Wong 4:48pm February 22, 2014)
What an exciting book! Intriguing cover. Thanks for sharing.
(Bonnie H 11:48pm February 22, 2014)
I can see how WHAT IF?... would be invaluable.
(Mary Preston 5:27am February 23, 2014)
Thanks for imagining a new "What if?" With Ireland as a
backdrop, I bet you'll be turning over new rocks, graves and
changing history - if that's possible. It reminds me of a
kids asking, "How come?"
(Alyson Widen 5:36pm February 25, 2014)
the cover really catches your eyes, looking forward to
reading this book :)
(Sarah Hansrote 4:37am February 28, 2014)
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