"Fast paced mystery that will keep you on the edge of your seat"
Devon Dellafeild had it all; from working for the Foreign
Office deciphering codes to beautiful women falling at his
feet. Devon also had famous parents. Lord Lance Dellafeild
is a distinguished Member of Parliament and his mother Lady
Dellafeild is a very powerful Druid. Although he is nothing
like his parents, everything was perfect for this playboy
until Jocie Summerhill walked into his life.
Jocie Summerhill was a suffragette who was demonstrating
for women's rights to vote. When she was apprehended by
Sheriff Briggs for carrying a photograph of what looks like
a coded document, she was brought immediately to Devon's
office. Acting like a rebel with a cause, Jocie was feisty
and sassy and she read Sheriff Briggs and Devon the riot
act. But when Devon looked at the code, he realized it was
written in the Ogham alphabet. It was something he knew
very little about but because of his druid background he
could find out more. Devon got Jocie off the hook and she
was remanded to Devon and his mother.
Soon Devon finds that he is falling for Jocie, but ever
since Devon started trying to crack the code, people have
been trying to kill Jocie. Devon has no choice but to try
to tap into his druid powers that have laid dormant and
unrecognized. With help from his mother and grandmother,
Devon must protect Jocie from an unknown traitor and
decipher the code that could very well save his country.
Druid Redeemed by Jean Hart Stewart is absolutely
brilliant, from the story to the intriguing characters.
This is very well written. The action and mystery will have
you hanging on the edge of your seat. I loved this book! I
dearly hope she will continue with this series.
Reviewed by Beth Senters
Posted March 24, 2008