Aloha. Are you keeping warm? We spoiled San Franciscans are shivering with this low 40 spell.
Our tree is up – yay! However, I feel behind in Christmas shopping, sigh. I just got the Amazon orders done so check.
Back during Thanksgiving break, I finished this book:
I didn’t get to blog about it last week because I had to give my John Hancock for PTA biz that was high priority.
Anywho, getting back on track…
After growing up in a home of indifference, Iona gives up everything to trace and get to know her Irish roots. She ends up living with her cousins and having a natural skill with horses, she ends up working at a stable while juggling romance with one of the owners. Iona also learns about her wiccan ancestry as an old dark force resurfaces and threatens the family.
I believe it was Friday night the keiki and I had stayed up late. They gamed while I read this 342 paged book in about four hours. The night was quiet and we dames were all nestled on the big couch with our feet up.
I love it when Nora Roberts writes about witches. I love the beautiful, Irish names. The power of three was the usual, but I liked how these witches had “familiars.” What also seemed different was how this family was deeply rooted from their past ancestor. I was hooked and just couldn’t stop. It’s been a long time since I’ve hunkered down and had a reading marathon like that.
Okay. I need to go back to fiber crafting.
Until next time…aloha.