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Oak and Mistletoe (The Rituals Trilogy, #1) A Druid Curse, A Prophesied Love, A Consuming Vengeance Catherine Green, Along With Her Twin Sister And Older Brother, Travels To Ireland On A College Graduation Trip Her Vacation Takes A Permanent Turn When She Lands Her Dream Job At An Art And History Museum On Her Beloved Emerald Isle She Meets A Handsome Stranger Named Bowen, An Expert Of Sorts On Local Ancient Studies Though Their First Meetings Are Turbulent At Best, Catherine Finds Herself Drawn To Him.Unaware That She Is The Key To Breaking A Hidden Curse, Catherine Unleashes The Evil Madman Conall And His Druid Followers, Imprisoned Since Ancient Times Tragedy And Loss Ensue, Sprouting Within Catherine The Deep Seeds Of Rage That Thrust Her Onto The Damaging Path Of Vengeance Confused By The Enigma That Is Bowen, His Mixed Signals, And Her Own Feelings, She Is Swept Away With Him On An Unexpected Journey Surrounded By Myth And Long Forgotten Knowledge In Order To Stop The Evil Plans Of Conall And His Reunified Army, Catherine Must Entwine Her Fate With Peril Her Survival Is Trivial To Her As Long As Conall Dies She Ll Do Whatever It Takes.A Modern Fairy Tale Adventure Styled Fantasy Set In Ireland With Magic, Clean Romance, And True Love Award Winning Book Of 2017 New Apple Summer E Book Awards In Cross Genre Category Finalist In Ireland S 2016 Drunken Druid Awards.


10 thoughts on “Oak and Mistletoe (The Rituals Trilogy, #1)

  1. says:

    3.5 STARSI know I tagged this book as Young Adult, but I almost feel it should go under the New Adult category, even though that has a bad connotation for some readers Most NA books these days tend to be Erotica of some sortwhich this was nothowever, the main characters featured here were in their mid twenties and the plot gave us the same feeling as a YA Fantasy, which I found really exciting and a bit unique The age difference, plus the setting of Ireland is what initially drew me in to 3.5 STARSI know I tagged this book as Young Adult, but I almost feel it should go under the New Adult category, even though that has a bad connotation for some readers Most NA books these days tend to be Erotica of some sortwhich this was nothowever, the main characters featured here were in their mid...


  2. says:

    This story had so, so many elements I absolutely adore It s set in Ireland and has all of this magical mystical stuff like fairies, druids, and curses woven into an absolutely gorgeous setting I thought this would beYA, but it was a refreshing change to see a similar style story with adults in their mid twenties The prologue starts with Catherine visiting her uncle in Ireland with her brother and twin sister The uncle tells her he thinks she has a tinge of magic in her or is connected This story had so, so many elements I absolutely adore It s set in Ireland and has all of this magical mystical stuff like fairies, druids, and c...


  3. says:

    Reviewed by Lexie on www.whisperingstories.comA story about a young girl who is the reason a spell meant to keep evil caged is broken Being the only one who can cast it again Catherine embarks on a journey filled with Druids, wee folk and Bowen the man who is there to help her with a few secrets of his own.As much as I wanted to love this book I just couldn t The biggest problem was that the POV s switched every two to three lines sometimes pages with no warning I couldn t figure out when Cat Reviewed by Lexie on www.whisperingstories.comA story about a young girl who is the reason a spell meant to keep evil caged is broken Being the only one who can cast it again Catherine embarks on a journey filled with Druids, wee folk and Bowen the man who is there to help her with a few secrets of his own.As much as I wanted to love this book I just couldn t The biggest problem was that the POV s switched every two to three lines sometimes pages with no warning I couldn t figure out when Catherine, Bowen or Danny POV was.I also couldn t relate to the characters Rather than feeling what they were and experiencing it...


  4. says:

    I received an eBook ARC of Oak Mistletoe to read It took a little while before I was hooked into the story, until the adventure began, and we learnedabout the characters s backgrounds I really enjoyed how everything came together at the end J.Z.N did a beautiful job tying the story off Looki...


  5. says:

    I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.Oak and Mistletoe is a fresh new adult fantasy story that features ancient druids, curses, love, loss, and a quest for revenge The story follows Catherine Greene, a young woman who moves to Ireland after landing her dream job There, she meets the mysterious Bowen, who ord...


  6. says:

    Disclaimer I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.DNF 6%I had to force myself to get here to be honest The sentences were choppy They gave us information like this So that we could see everything in small sentences Rather than in one that would explain everything and flow nicely As well, the situation just didn t make sense to me Why did the uncle randomly tell Catherine about magic There was no prior mention of it and then he was just killed off with no r Disclaimer I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.DNF 6%I h...


  7. says:

    Well this was a short yet lengthy book but an interesting one I fully enjoyed the story, hated the villain and the twin incident is unforgivable, you wounded my twin side cries but I can t wait for the sequel and what it holds for Bowen and Catherine.


  8. says:

    I received a free ecopy in exchange for an honest review.Catherine Green, her twin sister, and her brother have the opportunity to travel to Ireland as a college graduation present Catherine s visit becomes permanent when she lands a job at a museum She finds herself oddly attracted to Bowen, a stranger who s a sort of expert on local history who warns her to leave the country before it s too late Catherine quickly begins to realize that she s actually the key to a cen...


  9. says:

    ORIGINAL THOUGHTS I really enjoyed this book and I loved Bowen so very much FULL REVIEW Okay, so this review is a little bit belated three days My deepest apologies I was sick all of last week and did absolutely nothing, so I had no time to write the review It s here now though, so let s proceed Oak and Mistletoe is a book which perfectly filled my light reading preferences Whenever I m sick or not in the mood to read or I am really tired and don t want to hold the book up , there are ORIGINAL THOUGHTS I really enjoyed this book and I loved Bowen so very much FULL REVIEW Okay, so this review is a little bit belated three days My deepest apologies I was sick all of last week and did absolutely nothing, so I had no time to write the review It s here now though, so let s proceed Oak and Mistletoe is a book which perfectly filled my light reading preferences Whenever I m sick or not in the mood to read or I am really tir...


  10. says:

    I received and ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review I was so excited when I received this book in the mail The cover is beautiful and I was intrigued by the theme of this book Ancient druids, curses, love, loss.I think the author created great characters but they definitely have the potential to be better I would have liked somecharacter development, especially with Catherine and Bowen At first it was hard to get into the book because I felt the beginning went a bit slow I received and ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review I was so excited when I received this book in the mail The cover is beautiful and I was intrigued by the theme of this book Ancient druids, curses, love, loss.I think the author created great characters but they definitely have the potential to be better I would have liked somecharacter development, especially with Catherine and Bowen At first it was hard to get into the book because I felt the beginning went a bit slow and the transitions were choppy After a certain character death happens and the curse is broken though, the pace picks up Some things that bothered me a bit were some parts of dialogue and how quickly the characters just accepted everything that was happening For me, it was hard to im...