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Spear Song

Isle of Destiny, Book 3
Written by: Tricia O'Malley
Narrated by: Amy Landon
Length: 5 hrs and 14 mins
Categories: Romance, Fantasy

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Publisher's Summary

Perpetually cheerful Gwenith Donovan is pleased with life. She owns a hobby store she loves, carries on daily arguments with her chubby cat Macgregor, and maintains a meticulous comic-book collection that makes her geeky heart sing. With no need or interest in romance to muck up her happy routine, Gwen is content to spend her days managing her shop and her evenings over a pint with friends in the village pub.

Until the moment that changes everything - when Gwen discovers she might just be living in her own magickal fantasy.

As a high sorcerer, Lochlain Laird isn't used to taking orders - but even he can't disobey the Goddess Danu when she punishes him for making a life-altering choice. Danu forces Loch to leave the fae realm to protect a distracted woman on a quest. Feeling the task beneath him, Loch remains surly as he does his best to keep his charge from being killed by the evil Domnua all while trying to ignore her unexpected charms.

As the tension builds on their journey to break a centuries-old curse, Loch must learn to put his ego aside and Gwen must trust in her own powers before everything they are fighting for is lost forever.

©2017 Lovewrite Publishing (P)2018 Tantor

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  • Wild Horses Flying
  • 24-11-19

Corny romance BUT also REALLY GOOD ;)

I can't stomach most romance novels but Tricia O'Malley brings some wonderful imagination to her stories in some refreshing original plot dynamics. Her characters are likable. I love her play with nature spirits and metaphysical powers and -- the thing is, much of what she presents in playful story form is actually true. The overall tone of her books is light and playful without (for me) becoming inane. She creates situations and lines which -- true, a bit on the corny side at first - hit through with reverberating authenticity of love and wisdom. We DO need to foster and cultivate this light, optimistic, hopeful side of ourselves as we also honestly face the serious problems in our world -- if we are to save THIS world! I think Tricia O'Malley must be a bright spirit herself.

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  • Micky Cox
  • 22-06-20

The battles continue to rage!

The battle for light over darkness continues in this 3rd installment of the series. Always cheerful Gwen has accepted her lot in life that she'll never quite fit in nor be the girl that guys desire when things start to turn and not necessarily for the better when a grumpy stud is square in her path and mad that he's been placed there. Things go from bad to explosive as happy Gwen starts getting her feet under her and her temper rises up to match the stubborn man! Well written and very witty to keep you entertained for hours. I can't wait to listen to the next book in the series.

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  • MissChiss
  • 18-06-20

Great adventure!

The romance theme in these books is basically "protector has been secretly in love with their seeker since first laying eyes on them, but has to resist it for the sake of the mission". It was refreshing to have a different type of heroine in this book, and someone bubbly and refreshingly optimistic (especially after enduring all of Sasha's angst in the last book!). Also nice to have a different type of protector, and one who was reluctant. What happened to her original protector though? Did they just remain in the background never to be seen? Or were they relieved of their duties when Loch was assigned to Gwen? This was my favourite in the series because there was a little bit more backstory into both Loch and Gwen's lives. Overall, the adventure is fun, they keep moving and it keeps you interested.

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  • Barbi Smith
  • 12-06-20

Broken

Book stopped playing half way through and can’t reload, tried several times book is broken book is broken book is broken

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  • Tammy Presley
  • 21-03-20

Amazing

The continuing story line is great. I love that two of the characters have been in all 3 stories so far! Now no to book number 4

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  • Kathy
  • 06-05-19

Good story...too bad about the narrator

The story line was an ok fantasy romance, but this narrator gets worse with each book. can you say. ...ddrrraaaaammmaaa. It's how she says each word.

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  • Frances Hayes
  • 05-05-19

Great connection to mythology

I love the characters in this story! I am impatient to begin the next book.

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  • Lilydawn
  • 19-04-19

Every concern I had was dealt with....

When reading through three books on the similar topics it's easy to get stuck. I was worried about all the women being western classical beauties and it's always their hearts that needed healing. This book rang more authentic and honest. Or I just honestly love strong women characters. Speaking of which the "side kicks" Bianca and Seamus actually have me laughing out loud because going right into book 4 of the series they feel like old friends. I miss our original couple and long to hear how they are doing. Onto book 4!!!!!

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  • PanzyNU2
  • 02-09-18

love the books

I just love the series. I love Tricia O'Malley. the Irish romance is just enough.

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  • kaylady
  • 15-07-18

A fairytale come alive

A young woman discovers she has magical powers and must help with a quest. She easily adjusts to her new world and goes after the lost sword.