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The Oathing Stone Book Two Of The Rituals Trilogy Fire Magic Wraps Around Her Bones And Strengthens Them, But If The Fire Touches Another, It Does Than Burn After A Year Blissfully Hidden Together In A Small Village On Ireland S Lush Green, Catherine And Bowen Are Ready To Tie The Knot The Joining Of An Ancient Druid Doctor And A Woman Blessed With Druid Magic From The Sacred Oak Tree Calls For Nothing Less Than A Traditional Celtic Ceremony For This, To Connect Them To Their Ancestors And The Sacred Place Where They Marry, A Key Item Must Be Chosen For The Ritual, The Oathing Stone Their Need For Discretion Allows For Only A Gathering Of Catherine S Closest Friends And Family But After The Couple S First Night Together, Strange And Sudden Events Unfold Blood Mingles With Fire, And Catherine S Magic Becomes Unstable Meanwhile, The Mysterious Faerie Kings Send A Fae Spy To Witness Catherine S Magic Which Disrupts Not Only Her Life But Her Best Friend Bella S When She Becomes His Sudden Obsession Just After Bella Goes Missing, It Is Up To Catherine To Get Her Back, But It Is Only The Beginning Of Their Problems As She Finds They Re Embroiled In The Middle Of A Faerie Civil War.


10 thoughts on “The Oathing Stone

  1. says:

    I received a free eARC in exchange for an honest review.After spending the last year together, Catherine and Bowen are finally ready to take the next step in their relationship and get married As a couple made up of an ancient druid doctor and a woman with druid magic from the sacred oak tree, they ll have to have a traditional Celtic marriage ceremony In order to connect with their ancestors and the sacred location of their discreet ceremony, they ll have to select an oathing stone On the wedding night, Catherine s magic becomes unstable Meanwhile, the Fae Kings send a Fae spy to check out Catherine s magic disrupting her life and her friend Bella s life when she becomes the spy s obsession After Bella goes missing, it s up to Catherine to find her Really, though, their problems are just beginning because they ve just landed right in the middle of a Fae civil war.Although I was slightly underwhelmed by book one in this series, Oak and Mistletoe, I was still interested in seeing where the sequel would go, especially with the way the first installment ended Here, I particularly liked that we got to see a little magic and how McCauley incorporates the Fae Unfortunately, though, Catherine s a bit flat here she flips back and forth ...


  2. says:

    I received an ARC for an honest review Catherine is starting a new life with Bowen in a beautiful small town in Ireland Things couldn t be perfect for her, until it all goes wrong I was really excited to read the second installment of this trilogy I adored the first book and couldn t wait to find out how the story had progressed Once again I was blown away by the authors beautiful writing style and fantastically descriptive scenes Being from Ireland, reading books based on your culture and mythology can sometimes raise a brow or two But it was clear that McCauley had researched the native way of speaking very well The main character of Catherine was really well portrayed and I loved her strength that was also beautifully coupled with her vulnerability she was real and honest and I could relat...


  3. says:

    Catherine marries Bowen, the man who had lived on when Conall s group had been sent on by Catherine s reversing of the curse when she came into her power He was a druid and the love of her life but their happiness was very short lived as their oathing stone was stolen by the Fae from the dark wood Bowen is dying in front of her very eyes so Catherine once again ventures into the fae wood and the nightmare begins The fae are full of illusion, magic and they think very little of humans This book is full of the lore of the fae, their palaces and illusions are beautifully portrayed as is also their cruelty and lack of conscience towards anyone other than themselves This book reminded me a lot of the beautiful books written by Anthea Sharp called Feyland Will Catherine be able to save those she loves namely Bowen, Bella and Danny who had all ended up in the fae wood Moreover can she keep the human realm safe A very exciting book which needed to be read in one sitting and com...


  4. says:

    I haven t written a review in months Months I m then positive I ve forgotten how to do this insert scared face J.Z.N Is an author I ve had the honor of working with before and I was impressed with how much her writing has grown I read the first book a couple months ago so I had to go back and refresh my brain a bit because of course I didn t write a review for the first book even though i could ve sworn i did that s coming later as is a much better review of this one Fantasy is a genre that s hard for me to get into...


  5. says:

    I received an ARC of this book in return for an honest review This series looked so promising I m a huge fantasy nut, so anything with magic, fairies, and Ireland sounds fantastic to me, and I couldn t wait to read to read the first book, Oak and Mistletoe It kills me to say that I was very disappointed, and had I not been asked to review book 2 in the trilogy, I probably would have DNF d it Luckily, it was very fast paced and I was able to power through The plot was convoluted, I felt no connection to the characters whatsoever, and everything just felt underdeveloped Needless to say, I was not looking forward to reading The Oathing Stone While I still wasn t the biggest fan, I was pleasantly surprised that the second book was a lot better than the first The plot actually made sense, and was able to hold my attention Things moved and escalated very quickly with a lot of ups and downs Being mostly set in the Fae realm, I felt like the author used their magic so that anything goes, without actually setting any rules to establish the system of magic I liked that we got to read from a few different perspectives, and I thought...


  6. says:

    Absolutly one of the best book I read I think I hold my breath way to long in the last chapters of the book because I was so worry over how it would end So now I m waiting for the 3rd in this triology.The book is about Faes, and I have no idea how this sort of creature really was before I read this book I do know one thing, no matter what I would never trust oneThey are full of mischiefs, tricky...


  7. says:

    I received a copy from the author for review This does not affect my review Even better than the first Just as action packed, with at stake than ever before I loved this one from cover to cover When Catherine marries Bowen, the love of her life, the world around them suddenly explodes with chaos The Fae want something ...


  8. says:

    I loved this book, I love how the story continued from the first one, how the characters intertwined with each other, I m hoping there is a third book as I m not ready to let go of these people.


  9. says:

    This was just as action packed as the first book I love that the characters are all so fleshed out in this one You really get the inside view to what everyone is thinking The plot was solid and the theme was consistent There was a bit of an unfinished thread so I m guessing we ll see another book


  10. says:

    Wow Though much darker then the first novel in this amazing series , this second book was definitely worth the wait This is a masterpiece of magical tale , with alluring Irish Fae and so much Truly amazing words written by Jzn and I look forward to so much