Review: The Druid by Suzanne G. Rogers

The Druid (Dani and the Immortals)
Suzanne G. Rogers(review copy provided for me by Suzanne.)

When a modern-day shieldmaiden is kidnapped and taken to Asgard, she becomes enmeshed in an intrigue between immortals. Worse, after a magical artifact goes missing, Dani gets the blame.  Although she’s expelled from Asgard, she undertakes a secret quest to recover the artifact, braving rogue trolls, dark elves, and underworld criminals. Ultimately, however, she’ll have to defy Odin himself.

 In Fantasy author S.G. Rogers’ spring release, The Druid, she tells of a young woman who’s fallen for an author Emrys Drew—or more specifically, a character in his book who happens to be an elf prince. Prince Rein. When the author brings his coat to Dani’s dry cleaning establishment, she can’t help but have a little fun. She tries on the coat . . . and finds herself bashed over the head and kidnapped to Asgard.

Here, she finds the hero of her beloved novel is in fact, a real person—erm, elf—and that the author she’s so enamored of . . . didn’t exactly make up everything he wrote. Nor is he merely a human. Here, they know Emrys Drew simply as the Druid. And he’s anything but a favored personage among the gods of Asgard. A a mysterious Immortal is out for the Druid’s blood and poor Dani gets in the way.

Dani can’t help but defend him, even though she finds her regard of the elf prince growing. Can she go back home? Can she smooth the ruffled immortal feathers, or will Emrys die despite her best efforts? You’ll have to read to find out! You can read more about the novel here.

The Druid is yet another fabulous—and fun—fantasy tale from author S. G. Rogers. Fans of fantasy epics like the Chronicles of Narnia will enjoy this story, I’m sure. I know I did. If you’d like to give it a try it’s available at, Amazon

S.G. did a little guest post here, sometime ago, talking about this book. If you missed it and would like to read some background on The Druid, it’s up here.
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