The Celtic Knot: Arcana Love Series #1

by Shannon MacLeod
ISBN: 9781616504298
Publish Date: 1/7/2013
Format: ePub
Categories: Romance Contemporary, Lyrical Press



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Sometimes, love lasts lifetimes.

Lily's whole life is planned out. She'll live, if not happily, at least ever after. Working as an insurance agent with her college sweetheart and longtime boyfriend, Lucas, she'll eventually marry him and together they'll take over the family agency. Then she and Lucas will start raising little insurance agents of their own. But something is missing. . .

At her best friend's urging, she decides to do one last wild thing before committing her life to a future of policy endorsements--she takes a part time job reading tarot cards at a local Renaissance Faire theme park. Lucas is completely unimpressed and disdainful of her fascination with the mystical, but has no doubt she'll settle down once they're married. Enter Ian Kelly, mural painter, actor and. . .witch. He and Lily have a chance meeting at the park, and the attraction is immediate. They have a history. . .a lot of history. Several lifetimes of it, in fact, and their business together is unfinished.

All three have secrets, one of them deadly. Add in heaping helpings of magic, mayhem, Cuban sandwiches, one large Irish family and one very demanding feline for a story of love so strong, it'll take more than one century to contain it.

CONTENT WARNING: Language, suggestive scenes.

93,000 Words

About Shannon MacLeod:

In between writing and daydreaming about sexy Celts, Shannon MacLeod lives a life of servitude to two spoiled cats. She enjoys pondering the mysteries of Tarot, rainy days, good music, lively craic and spending long hours gazing at her beloved ocean. An avid wearer of dangerously high heels, she watches Lord of the Rings more than any sane person should and can, in fact, reenact entire battle scenes using interpretive dance.

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