Audio Book Review: The Druid Stone by Heidi Belleau & Violetta Vane

Release Date: August 6, 2012
Publisher: Carina Press
Format: Audio
Length: 14 hours 12 minutes
Narrator: Ian Ruane
Genre: Romance
Buy: Audible | Kindle 


Sean never asked to be an O'Hara, and he didn't ask to be cursed by one either.

After inheriting a hexed druid stone from his great-grandfather, Sean starts reliving another man's torture and death...every single night. And only one person can help.

Cormac Kelly runs a paranormal investigation business and doesn't have time to deal with misinformed tourists like Sean. But Sean has real magic in his pocket, and even though Cormac is a descendant of legendary druids, he soon finds himself out of his depth...and not because Sean's the first man he's felt anything for in a long time.

The pair develop an unexpected and intensely sexual bond, but are threatened at every turn when Sean's case attracts the unwelcome attention of the mad sidhe lords of ancient Ireland. When Sean and Cormac are thrust backward in time to Ireland's violent history—and their own dark pasts—they must work together to escape the curse and save their fragile relationship.


Sean O'Hara travels to Ireland to try to figure out what the mystery is behind the stone he inherited from his grandfather is. He turns to Cormac Kelly who at first blows him off as an American tourist out to make fun of druid customs. But something about Sean intrigues Cormac enough to follow him where he discovers that Sean has the attention of a crazy fairy Lord. This sets the adventure on a whole new path where lost loves, and new love meet, through time travel and danger. The past and the present converge as Cormac and Sean travel back in time to try to save someone dear to Cormac and try to break the curse that is tied to Sean's stone.

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