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May 20, 2012

Review: The Fire Of Beltane by Angela Aaron (18+)

The Fire Of Beltane
By Angela Aaron
328 pages
Published April 30th 2012
by Noble Romance

When Aedan is denied his soul mate that fateful Beltane night, he is given the gift of immortality, permitting him to wait for her prophesized return. Reunited after eleven-hundred years, he is disheartened to learn his true love holds no memory of him.

Wishing for a distraction from the winter doldrums, Aislinn never expected to be caught up in a whirlwind of magic and danger with a man she has spent her whole life dreaming about. What he asks of her tests the very reality she holds dear.

Now, as Beltane approaches, and with time running out, Aedan and Aislinn must reach Ireland to pledge their love to one another. But in order to live out their destinies, they must overcome an ancient foe determined to see an end to their fated love.

Eleven hundred years he waited for her. He could lose her in a single moment.


I loved this book! Sexy, romantic, sweet, Aedan is all those things and more. A book about how true love concurs all. I loved the connection Aedan and Aislinn have with each other. I was so taken by what he had to endure while waiting eleven hundred years for his true love to return to him. I could not imagine.

 Aedan is leader of his tribe and a druidh. Trying to save his people from war for land he negotiates a marriage to join another tribe with his. A union that would give both tribes a better chance at saving their homes, land, and people but on the night of the pairing something goes wrong. Seeking to find her again Aedan vows to live until they are reunited.

Aislinn is just an ordinary art teacher trying to make a difference in her student’s lives. On a fateful trip to an art museum she meets the handsome Aedan. A spark of familiarity is there, but who is he and why does she feel so connected to a stranger. Thinking she must be crazy she goes about her life, after all she has been so hurt by love before she will never give in to it again, until Aedan walks into her classroom. Now determined to make her remember him, Aedan does all he can to make her see him! Aislinn so afraid to be hurt again fights him and the connection they have at every turn.

A story filled with such tender moments, you slowly fall in love with both characters. I loved how at times Aedan uses his old language, and sometimes you can see the warrior he once was. Willing to give up anything to just love Aislinn and ensure she is safe no matter the cost, I found Aedan a true hero. I love the way this book was split into parts and part two was a shock to me. It was a different way to do a story and I found it really interesting. This book was a winner in my eyes!

 5 out of 5 stars


5 comments:

  1. Thank you so much for the kind words. I loved writing this story.

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  4. Thank you so much for the kind words. I loved writing this story.

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  5. Sorry, not sure why my comment repeated 4 times. Sometimes my phone does that.- Angie

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