Song For The God: Celtic Knot by Michelle Dorey

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  • Print Length:?247 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage:?Unlimited
  • Publication Date:?March 10, 2020
  • Sold by:? Services LLC
  • Language:?English


New Release! Special Price!

First in a new series by Bestselling author Michelle Dorey

Entering her song in a YouTube contest was the best thing Bernadette had ever done.
Winning the contest was the worst thing that happened to her.

The first prize was an all-expense trip to Ireland! But when she takes her trip, odd occurrences morph into batshit crazy.

That elderly woman at the bar nagged Bernadette to visit a ?special spot? in the woods near the inn she was staying at. ?Ah, your song is a thing of beauty,? she said. ?Sing it under a full moon and wondrous things will happen for you.?

No biggie; those woods were right at the back of the hotel, and that ?Moon Pond? she talked about was just a short jaunt away.
Her walk in the woods was spooky as hell, but when she arrived at the Moon Pond? oh boy?

Out of nowhere, Lugh appears. Tall, insanely gorgeous and completely out of his mind. He thinks he?s an ancient Irish god? Sure he?s got a chiseled body. He?s also walking around the woods stark naked.
This is so not good.
When his oldest friend also appears out of nowhere?things take a magical turn. For real. Angus says he?s some sort of Fae god and has spells and conjuring that backs it up.
Wait. What?

Together, the two of them show Bernadette that yes, magic is real.
Bernadette is going to find out that releasing the gods comes at a price. After they put some clothes on, they explain to her that a battle is coming, and the fate of the universe itself depends on the outcome.

And whether or not she wants to be a part of it, Bernadette has a role to play.
Yeah, magic is real. But it comes at a price.

If you enjoyed Michelle Dorey?s Paranormal & Urban Fantasy series ?The Mystical Veil? you?ll love this brand new series!
NOTE from the Author: the wrong manuscript was originally published; the correct manuscript has now been published as of March 17, 2020. My sincerest apologies.