THE ANTRIM CYCLE

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Prof cover The Black Swans

Taisie MacDonnell loves Celtic music and when a traditional Irish group moves to her small town of Antrim, Maine, she’s thrilled. She has no idea that becoming involved with Conn McLaren, the handsome pipe player will enmesh her in magic, a centuries-old enchantment and pursuit by the Fae.

“Irish folklore, Celtic music, knitting, time travel & love, and you’ve got the makings of a story written by someone who knows their craft.”

“The story is both modern (with the Irish Band of young people) and ancient with secrets of old Ireland. There is magic and there is love. You are brought along with all the intrigue and suspense that a good page-turner includes.”Applegate Farm prof Amazon

 

Jane Baxter is hiding at her aunt’s farm in the small town of Antrim, Maine. She doesn’t expect to find the surly farmhand attractive.

Henry Maxwell has secrets of his own, but he’s drawn to Jane in a way he never expected.

There are strange happenings at the farm and it’s up to Jane and Henry to solve the mystery which involves creatures from Irish legend, magic, and unexpected romance.

“A well-woven story blending Irish lore with present problems. Very enjoyable!”

“A romance with magic, as all good romances should be, and it satisfies on all counts.”

The Story of Gilly Flowers SM

Isabella MacDonnell lives in the small town of Antrim, Maine. Will she find mystery and magic when she visits her neighbor, Gilly Flowers, one summer morning?

“Delightful with a hint of darkness past and dangers waiting in the shadows. N.W. Moors’ prequel to The Black Swans is so vivid I know these people–I felt their touch.”

The Oak King and The Holly King Prof

Nola McLaren and Owen Campell are ready to celebrate their first real Winter Solstice together along with other friends and family in the small town of Antrim, Maine. An old Celtic legend will be the foundation for a big surprise for Owen.

“A sweet, cute short story with likable characters! Imaginative and magical, too.”