Patrick St. James Reviews: Druids Lodge by Kelly Clemmons


Title: Druids Lodge
Author: Kelly Clemmons
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages: 214
Characters: Finn Darcy, Luke Devlin,
Sub-Genre: Paranormal, Shapeshifter, Erotic Romance
Kisses: 5

Blurb:

What lurks in Dartmoor?

After his father’s death, Finn Darcy returns to his ancestral home to
become chief of his werecat clan. The mysterious Druids Lodge lies nestled in
the shadows of Dartmoor National Park, where the legendary Beast of Dartmoor,
a large panther, roams the woods and moors.

Finn cannot take his place at the head of the clan before he claims his
mate, Luke Devlin, the man he marked while still a child.

Review:

If you look for books that are both sexy and entertaining, you can’t go wrong getting Druids Lodge. While almost everyone is familiar with werewolves, this book puts the twist of changing animals into it. Here we have werecats. If they don’t sound scary enough, imagine running into a 300 pound black panther one evening on your daily stroll.

Finn and Luke have a difficult history to overcome and more than once, Luke doesn’t think moving towards Finn is a good idea. However, due to an early incident, he has no choice. As they gradually fall in love, danger and betrayal interrupts their attempts to form a fully involved relationship. The ending is both a little violent as well as shocking, but it all makes perfect sense in the world we live in. Never fear though, this is an HEA novel and one I enjoyed reading very much. You can’t go wrong buying this book if this type of book catches your interest. All that, and a lot of very hot sex, not to mention a witch thrown into the mix!

Highly Recommended!

Reviewed by: Patrick St. James

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