Beautiful, strong-willed Alainn O'Brien believes her elusive father is the only person who can rescue her from a dangerous predicament. Alainn and her husband Killian follow her clairvoyant intuition and embark on a journey to Scotland. They meet numerous magical beings, spirits, gods, and people on the side of both benevolence and darkness as they search for the one person who holds the key to their futures.
Set in mystical sixteenth century Ireland, A Witch’s Destiny, the final enthralling installment in this original portion of The Irish Witch Series, promises to captivate readers with unexpected twists and turns and reveals several emotional truths and secrets they have long been waiting to learn.
A witches destiny
I enjoyed this entire series. I cried and I laughed with the characters. I found myself in 16th century Ireland and I loved being there. My only criticism is the proofreading and editing. The same types of errors were found in each and every book in the series. However, those will not stop me from reading the next set in the stories.
A Witch’s Destiny
I did not care for his book. Alainn became more ridiculous in her thoughts and actions. Liked the other books very much.