The Stag Lord by Darby KayeThe Stag Lord by Darby Kaye

The Stag Lord

byDarby Kaye

Paperback | December 2, 2014

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On the run across America from a vengeful shape-shifter, Bannerman Bann Boru has only one thing on his mind: keeping himself and his young son, Cor, alive. At any cost.

Then he meets Shay Doyle, healer and member of a secret group of immortal Celtic warriors, the Tuatha De Danaan, who live in modern-day Colorado. When Cor is injured, Bannerman is forced to accept her help. He quickly realizes that the golden-haired healer is shield-maiden tough and can hold her own on the field of battle with the big boys. And Shay soon discovers that there is more to Bann then meets the eye.

Now, with the shape-shifter Cernunnos teaming up with the local pack of Fir Bolgs (Bronze Age creatures with a nasty taste for children), Bannerman, Shay, her wolf-dog Max, and the rest of the Doyle clan must figure out how to battle one insane god.

Darby Karchut (Darby Kaye) is an award-winning author, dreamer, and compulsive dawn greeter. She's been known to run in blizzards and bike in lightning storms. When not dodging death by Colorado, Darby writes urban fantasy for tweens, teens, and adults. Her latest novels include Finn Finnegan (2013) and Gideon's Spear (2014) in The Adv...
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Title:The Stag LordFormat:PaperbackDimensions:264 pages, 8.01 × 5.3 × 0.54 inPublished:December 2, 2014Publisher:Spencer Hill PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1939392411

ISBN - 13:9781939392411

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Darby sets a vivid scene as backdrop to a passionate story with a strong romance, and even stronger family unit. She had me at Bann's Irish brogue, Cor's young bravery, and Shay's sheer strength of will, then slayed me with the Doyle family. Darby Kaye's Tuatha Dé Danann shouldn't be missed.