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Summary

When Colin is trapped in Underhill and stripped of his druid magic, he’ll race against time to survive a deadly, nefarious curse…before the goddess who cast it shows up to finish the job!

Colin McCool here, everyone’s favorite druid master and trouble magnet extraordinaire. Everyone except the gods, that is, who seem to enjoy messing with me just a little too much. 

Which is how I ended up in an alternate timeline, trying to save humanity from a vampire apocalypse. After getting my tail kicked by the top leech in Dallas, I decided it was time to level up before round two. 

Sadly, a druid isn’t much without an oak to power him up and a grove where he can study and rest. Sure, I have some magic, but it’s minuscule compared to the supernatural beings I’m up against.

That’s why I’m headed to Underhill to bond with a druid oak in this timeline so I can win this war. To do that, I’ll need to recruit the help of the Dagda, leader of the Celtic pantheon and the deity who gifted humans with druidry in the first place. 

To get to him, all I have to do is survive a goddess’ curse and traverse Underhill while the entire land is embroiled in a civil war. 

Easy. Peasy. Bet I’ll be back before anyone even knows I’m gone....

Druid’s Curse is an urban fantasy romp through the fae realm of Underhill, also known as Tír na nÓg.

If you enjoy paranormal action and adventure novels that are full of magic, guns, explosions, vampires, fae, werewolves, and necromancers, you’ll love this second book in the Colin McCool Trickster Cycle trilogy.

Grab your copy today and find out what 200,000-plus book lovers already know…that M.D. Massey’s Druidverse is a world tailor-made for fans of urban fantasy and paranormal suspense!

©2021 M.D. Massey (P)2021 M.D. Massey

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  • Alex
  • 18-05-22

super fan

no spoilers in review. I love the series and am happy book two came out in the same year as book one can't wait for book 3

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  • Shoshanah Reads
  • 19-04-22

Magical realism & adventure, Adult situations

Imagine if you will, a Magical soap opera full of Fae, Druids and other magical creatures trying to mould the human and magical worlds into their own idea of perfection using all the scheming required to try to out whit each other in the name of power and sometimes simply for amusement. These are M.D. Massey's Druid and Trickster stories.

The voice actor, Steven Barnett is very talented and versitile without annoying idiosyncrasies as he has been from book one through all the McCool-verse episodes so far. I will be looking for more titles from both of them.
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  • CJ Whitfield
  • 26-02-22

Great except v for mispronunciations

The mispronunciations & inconsistency in pronunciations make me a little crazy, but it's great otherwise! Ready for the next one!