The first I started last fall - took awhile to read because I think the writing was very late 19th or early 20th century. And they tried to emulate an Irish brogue by spelling things all screwy. But as some of you know I have a thing for All Irish, so I wanted to read the stories ( many literally fairy tales) I realized after getting the book from the library - that it was basically a republish of a old book by Yeats who died in 1939 - so yes it read old. None the less, I powered through and finally finished it yesterday, because I had run out of renewals and had to return it. If you are looking for Irish folktales, I am pretty sure there must be a book out that is an easier read.
The next book is Spellbound falls #5. For the Love of Magic by Janet Chapman. Can the cultists create a new god? Why did Rana run away from Titus? Does Maximillian want Titus's job? Will Carolina/Jane marry Alec before the baby shows up? WHO?? is that they are giving the police job to? And Kitatlanta the Orca at sea Wolf on Land is around a lot.
I won't answer the questions for you, but the book does. Yup, already requested #6!
This was supposed to publish on Jan 6.