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The Wolf and The Druidess
by Cornelia Amiri   

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Category: 

Romance

Publisher:  Eternal Press ISBN-10:  1615722467
Pages: 

51

Copyright:  December 2010 ISBN-13:  9781615722464

A god leaves the Otherworld and even risks his life...for love.

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In days of old, deep in the dark woods, Druidess Seven discovers a wolf shape
shifting into the bare, muscular body of God Gwydion. Her wicked thoughts turn
from the Samhain feast to feasting on Gwydion's yummy goodies.  Is the love Seren and Gwydion share strong enough to overcome the social barrier between an immortal god and a mortal
woman? Will the warning of danger from beyond the grave destroy the sensual
magic brewing between the wolf and the druidess?


Excerpt

They came to a stop at the top of the hill, standing before the roaring bonfire. As the onlookers gathered around, Gwydion slipped off the druid robe and yanked the blue tunic over his head then let them both fall to the ground. He blazed like the fire he stood before and his heart pounded. Sliding his long fingers to the gold clasp at his belt, he unfastened it, then climbed out of his braies and kicked them to the side. The crowd cheered, but he had no cares for what they thought, he saw nothing but the woman before him. Scrying her in the sacred salmon pond, he’d watched her from afar, and now he would have what he long desired. Seren. With his eyes locked on her, he waited for her to disrobe and bare her body to him.

His gaze devoured her as the gold-speckled druid garment swished around her bare legs as her lithe feet kicked to and fro in a fast pace around the fire. As she slipped off the robe, it hit the dirt. Moving to the rhythmic beat of the drum, she unraveled the knot of her hemp belt and her plaid skirt dropped to the ground. Seren hoisted her tunic over her head and threw it down.

Hurrahs rang out as they danced, circling the fire. Gwydion’s heart raced to the rhythmic beat of the bodhran as he jumped and kicked his feet in fast movements.



Professional Reviews

Chere' Gruver with ParaNormal Romance http://www.paranormalromance.org/
"THE WOLF AND THE DRUIDESS is a highly erotic tale of love in the time of Celts. Cornelia Amiri obviously knows her subject well as she describes the everyday life of a Celtic druid during Samhain. All the preparations for the festival and bonfire. But this is a romance and we have the love of a handsome god and a beautiful mortal woman. And this story of filled with plenty of hot love scenes as the love between god and Druidess grows. I’ve always been interested in the Celts and eagerly await each and every one of Cornelia Amiri’s releases and this one is no exception to that. For a short story, this one packs a wallop."

Claudette with Romance Junkies http://romancejunkiesreviews.com/artman/publish/paranormal/The_Wolf_and_the_Druidess.shtml
What could have been just a visit from a god, turns into a love strong enough to incur a goddess' wrath.
The god Gwydion is drawn to the lovely druidess, Seren, but incurs the jealous wrath of the goddess, Arianrhod, who seems to believe that Gwydion is her personal property. Arianrhod cannot forgive the personal insult of Gwydion’s interest in a mere mortal. When Gwydion appears in the mortal realm to spend Samhain with her, Seren knows it’s a blessing from the gods. What she doesn’t know is that Gwydion is interested in more than just a brief visit.

Seren’s sense of duty and her commitment to her tribe as druidess are her chief concerns. She has little time for herself and doesn’t want more as she is still grieving for her mother who died recently. Gwydion’s presence is seen as a sign of good fortune. On seeing, Gwydion change forms from that of a white wolf into a naked man, she is looking forward to enjoying this ‘gift’ of the gods. As their time together moves on, she prepares herself for his eventual return to the otherworld. Then her mother’s spirit warns her that the god is in danger. Who can harm a god? Seren tells Gwydion to be cautious even though as an immortal, Gwydion is unconcerned about a possible threat.

If you have an interest in Celtic mythology or just enjoy playing tongue twister with Welsh names, then this is one for you.



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