- Sunday Morning Publishing
- Release Date
- July 2016
Fantasy Romance, Paranormal Romance, Time Travel
All the books and stories of the Antrim Cycle in one award winning collection.
The Story of Gilly Flowers: A Short Story of the Antrim Cycle
Isabella MacDonnell lives in the small town of Antrim, Maine. Will she find mystery and magic when she visits her neighbor, Gilly Flowers, one summer morning?
The Black Swans: A Tale of the Antrim Cycle
2015 IndieB.R.A.G. Medallion Honoree, 2015 Wishing Shelf Independent Book Awards Finalist, and 2015 Shortlist for Drunken Druid Book Awards
Taisie MacDonnell is a quiet girl who loves knitting and Celtic music. When a traditional Irish group moves to her small town of Antrim, Maine, she's thrilled. And that the handsome pipe player she met at a fair is one of the band members makes it all the more exciting. Conn McLaren and his siblings that make up the band, The Black Swans, are wanderers, moving from place to place. They have a secret that they must hide, a curse they have been under for many years, placed on them by the Fae at the behest of their step-mother, Aoife. Taisie has no idea that becoming involved with Conn, the handsome pipe player, will enmesh her in magic, a centuries-old enchantment and pursuit by the Fae. This book is a modern retelling of the old Irish story "The Children of Lir".
Applegate Farm: A Tale from the Antrim Cycle
Jane Baxter is hiding at her aunt's farm in the small town of Antrim, Maine. She doesn't expect to find the surly farmhand attractive. Henry Maxwell has secrets of his own, but he's drawn to Jane in a way he never expected. There are strange happenings at the farm and it's up to Jane and Henry to solve the mystery which involves creatures from Irish legend, magic, and unexpected romance.
The Oak King and The Holly King: A Christmas Short Story in the Antrim Cycle
Nola McLaren and Owen Campell are ready to celebrate their first real Winter Solstice together along with other friends and family in the small town of Antrim, Maine.
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