Morgan McAfee is a Druid. She knows
people look down on her because of this, but she doesn't let
it bother her. She uses her gifts for good and lives her
life as she wants to.
Lord Lance Dellafield is a chief
inspector at Scotland Yard. The fourth son of a duke, he
still enjoys working and is good at his job. His co-workers
have nicknamed him Lucky Lance because of his success rate.
When Lance needs help finding a
superior's kidnapped boy, he turns to Morgan on the advice
of the boy's father. He's skeptical, but when she's right,
he's impressed. He's also very attracted to her. Morgan is
attracted to Lance, but she knows a man in his position,
both in Scotland Yard and society, could never have a
relationship with a Druid.
When a man starts murdering young
women, Lance turns to Morgan for help. Will they solve the
crime and find passion with each other?
Druid's Daughter is a
wonderfully researched novel. I enjoyed meeting the main
characters, including Morgan's mother and Commissioner
Randall. The interplay between these couples was well done.
The solving of the mystery, though, went a bit too easy for
me. I wanted just a little more suspense.
Druid's Daughter is the
start of a series for Ms. Hart Stewart. Lovers of paranormal
fiction will enjoy Morgan and Lance and the way they come