Title: Goddess on the Run
Author: Marne Ann Kirk
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Published: September 2012
Publisher: Crescent Moon
Source: Bewitching Book Tours
Buy Links: Amazon, Book Depository, Kobo
All Fomorian Hells are about to break loose on earth, making human souls the daily special, if the Tuatha de Danaan can't stop it.
Teagan, a Celtic demi-goddess hiding from her destiny in small-town Colorado, wants nothing to do with her mother's forgotten realm or the drama of a battle of the gods. And Merric is forbidden fruit she's too smart to taste.
Merric, leader of the Tuatha de Danaan warriors, has other plans. Teagan holds the key to salvation, for both him and their worlds, whether she wants to or not. He'll do whatever it takes to convince her of her duty.
But can he find the key to her heart?
Teagan has been the run for as long as she can remember and isn’t about to change that fact. She wants nothing to do with her family and has done almost everything she can think of to keep them and her Mother’s warriors from finding her. Unfortunately for Teagan, it hasn’t worked. They’ve been able to track her down a couple of times, and so have the Fomorian’s – but thankfully she’s been able to slip through their grasp.
Merric a warrior of the Tuatha de Danann has been tracking Teagan at her Mother’s order. Hoping to bring her home to her family and keep her safe as the Fomorian’s are hunting for “the Key” and a way into their realm. Teagan has been able to keep one step ahead of him and his best warrior’s, but one wrong move could not only land Teagan in some deep trouble, but all of them.
Both Teagan and Merric have connection beyond what can be explained in this review. I loved the interaction between these two characters, from the banter, the arguing and the sexual tension that sizzled off the page. Could they get past their issues and figure out they are meant for one another? Okay, there is so much going on in this story, I don’t want to dig too deep into what happens because I can’t ruin the story for the rest of you.
Would I recommend this book? Most definitely. I know I’m a huge fan of books about Gods and Goddesses, so this was a perfect read for me. And I’m sure there are others out there that will love this book as much as I did. Would I read more by this author? Oh yes, that’s for sure! I can’t wait to see what happens in Book 2 and eagerly await it!