IndieWritersReview welcomes Morrigan by Laura Deluca! (November Book Launch!)

Hello everyone! Today I wanted to share my review of Morrigan by Laura Deluca! Please check out this great book  deets and the review below;O)

Laura “Luna” DeLuca lives at the beautiful Jersey shore with her husband and three children. She has been writing stories for as long as she can remember. Old high school friends would tell you she was always scratching in her notebook instead of paying attention in class and the children she used to babysit for always loved to hear her scary stories at bedtime. In addition to writing fiction, Laura is also the sole author of a popular review blog called New Age Mama. She is an active member of her local pagan community, and has been studying Wicca for close to eight years.



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Morrigan Blurb-Coming November 2012 from Pagan Writers Press

Shuffled from place to place in the foster system, Morrigan doesn’t know the meaning of home. Plus, she is different. She has power over fire, the ability to move objects with her mind, and glimpse into the future. Just when she believes her life can’t get any stranger, she discovers her true identity.

Filtiarn, a knight with a dark past and a surprising secret, has been tasked with guiding the heir of Tír na NÓg through countless perils to be returned to her family. Once Morrigan has been reunited with her mother and grandmother, their triad can save the forgotten land of magic from being devoured by an ancient evil.
“Guardians!” A low snarl emanated from the back of his throat. “What are you doing with Guardians?”
“Stop it! Sit down!”
Morrigan wasn’t sure who she was addressing, the man or the animals.  Luckily, they both obeyed her command. She stepped in between them to  avoid any further confrontations. The cats took a seat on either side  her legs, but their posture hardly relaxed. They still glared warily at  the newcomer, even though their hisses died down to an occasional soft  growl.
“Dirty, filthy beasts!” Tiarn snarled as he climbed to his feet. “I hate Guardians.”
“They’re just little cats,” Morrigan told him. “What’s the big deal?”
“Just cats! Hah!” He was standing at a careful distance, even though  they had started licking their paws nonchalantly. “They are much more  than simple cats! Though even those I find distasteful.”
Morrigan narrowed her eyes. “What do you mean?”
“Never mind. It does not matter.” Tiarn dismissed her question with a wave of his hand. “They are not coming with us.”
“They most certainly are coming!”
Tiarn growled again. “I beg to differ with you, Your Highness. They would only get in the way.  Possibly even get killed.”
Danu raised her head from her grooming to hiss at him again, as though  she had taken that last statement as a personal threat. The strange  reaction of her faithful sidekicks made Morrigan wonder again just how  much Tiarn could be trusted. She also wondered why, when she wasn’t sure she could trust him, she still felt the undeniable urge to wrap her  arms around his neck and kiss him.
“If they stay here alone,  they’ll definitely get killed or at least sent to the pound,” Morrigan  told him. “I can’t let that happen. So, they’re coming. End of story.”
Tiarn’s eyes flashed dangerously, and he looked like he wanted to  argue, but thought better of it. “Very well, Princess. Bring your  mongrel felines. Just keep in mind that Guardians and lycans do not mix  well.”
“Lycans?” Morrigan repeated.
A sick feeling  started to settle in her stomach, as the truth of his words sunk in. It  all started to make sense—his hairy arms and chest, his reaction to the  cats, even his earlier comment about smelling her out. Her dark knight  had a much darker side than she had ever seen in her dreams.
“Why yes, Your Majesty. Did you not realize? You are a witch and a  sorceress. And I, your faithful traveling companion, am a lycan—a  werewolf.”


Author Laura Deluca is having a fabulous giveaway to celebrate the coming of Morrigan! Take a peek of the great prizes…and to enter, please go to Laura’s website to enter the Rafflecopter for this event:O)

The Prize

The prizes were either things in the book or inspired by it.  It will include a signed copy of the book, It also includes a smudge stick and abalone shell, three crystal points, incense, incense holder, Morrigan’s enchantment bath salts created by The Sisters Elemental, and a triquetra pendant. This giveaway is open worldwide and will end on 10/31/12.


Morrigan, has never felt as if she belonged….anywhere. It was almost as if she belonged in another world….What comforts her is an inside belief she is destined for more, and also the reocurring dreams about a boy, that is literally the boy of her dreams! This disturbs and thrills her at the same time.. Morrigan, drifts through each day; staying under the radar, but if she does have her limits pushed, then there are major consquences. Soon her world turns updside down, and Morrigan discovers that her instincts about herself were correct…she isn’t from this world, that she is from a place of magic, and that she is actually not only a witch(powerful one at that:) But a princess, who is the key to saving her newfound home! And in the midst of saving her world, the boy of her dreams becomes a reality AND he’s a Lycan…Werewolf!

Really can it get any better than that?!
I really loved this book, it had a medieval, fairytale quality that I was drawn to; I enjoyed seeing the feisty Morrigan discover bit by bit who she was, and what her purpose was; it was fantastic to see the rough, tough Lycan, Tiarn unfold, and embrace his feelings for Morrigan! This book was full of passion, magic and romance…a grand, epic adventure that is really a rarity these days…
I fully recommend this book, whether you love action and adventure or if you are a grand romantic…it has something for everyone!:O)

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