Oak Seer, Sulwen has just witnessed the massacre of her friends, teachers, and homeland. Barely surviving the Roman attack, she is given the message from the Goddess Andraste, to search for Queen Boudica, and aid her in the battle against the Romans. When Sulwen begins her quest for Londinium, the area in which Queen Boudica is waiting, she is soon accompanied by four spearmen from other tribes in hopes of keeping her safe during this journey.
Once she reaches the Queen, she is reunited with her mate, Rhys, the Arch druid. And yeah, they gotta make a little ‘sex magic’. On with the journey, Rhys and Sulwen butt heads, but they are both so head over heels for each other it’s obvious. Rhys has a fear that he is reluctant to tell Sulwen about… he may be fated for death.
Druid Quest by Cornelia Amiri is a look into the mind of someone that has done her research and has a love for the Celts and Druids. For me, the story was a little too step by step and I didn’t really feel like the characters were clearly pictureable. I wanted to love Druid Quest, but it was just a little hard getting me captivated. There were times when the action picked up, and I liked the thought and ideas put into making this novel, but it was hard to keep my attention during the down-time. I hope in the future that Ms. Amiri will put more emotion and description into her main characters. 3 Hearts