About Seven Castles in Ireland: Celtic Journeys Book One by Janeen O’Kerry
Alexandra Flynn of present-day Boston, Massachusetts, has inherited a seaside property in Ireland. But this land with its ruined castle, ancient stone tower, Georgian house, and small quaint cottage is strangely dead and bare. The locals, who call it White Horse, say it is haunted and most likely cursed.
Alex and the land’s Scottish caretaker, Morgan Anderson, soon encounter the ghosts of Alex’s ancestors. The ghosts reveal to them a great mystery that extends far into the myths and legends of Ireland s past.
Alex and Morgan are drawn together in their own romance as they try to heal the land which is now their home. But they will have to find the courage to face the ancient and powerful Irish gods and goddesses; right a great wrong from long ago; and help the trapped spirits of White Horse find peace at last.
Please Note: Battlefield violence. A few scenes of encounters between consenting adults over the age of 21. No part of this work was created using artificial intelligence (AI) of any kind.
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Like many who end up being writers, I've worked at many different jobs: riding instructor, horse trainer, computer programmer, and medical transcriptionist.
I began my writing career in the early 1980s with articles for several national and regional horse magazines. My friend Hazel wanted to break into writing novels, so together we wrote three: A *Star Trek* novel; a steamy romance; and, finally a sweet romance called *April's Christmas.*
April got us started when Avalon published that book in 1994. After that I sold my own first novel, the historical romance *Lady of Fire,* to Dorchester Publishing in 1995. That was the start of the ten-volume *Celtic Journeys* series, each of which is a romance set in ancient Ireland and tells a complete story.
Today I am a full-time novelist, ghostwriter, and copy editor, and I never use artificial intelligence (AI) software of any kind when creating my books. I can often be found doing workshops and panels at writers' events and conventions.