Friday, November 22, 2013

Review Mugs and Monasteries by Cait O'Sullivan

"Mugs & Monasteries"
Author: Cait O'Sullivan
Genre: Contemporary
Pages: 18 k words
Source: Author in exchange for a honest review.
Published: October 25, 2013
Author's Website

Buy Links: Amazon

Goodreads Blurb:
When orchid hunter, Evie Bourke stumbles across a near deserted monastery deep in the Burren, she has no idea she’s the first person alive to have seen it. All she knows is that life went a bit strange and was getting more bizarre by the minute.
Meeting alpaca farmer Aiden Dunne over a pint of Guinness, she is struck by his resemblance, yet to whom, she can’t quite remember. Aiden is searching for Munster Abbey for his family was connected to it for generations, culminating in the disappearance of his relative, the then Prior.

What happened all those years ago? Who or what is ‘the Wanderer’ and, more to the point, what does he want?

My Review:
Who would have thought a story about Mugs & Monasteries would be so cool? Not this chick! But it is! It's a short, mysterious, mystical, magical and fun read that many fans of the genre will enjoy!

Evie is focusing on her work researching/hunting orchids. During her journey she...loses some time and is unsure if what's happened according to her memory was/is just a dream or if it's indeed reality. She quickly finds out many truths when she meets a handsome alpaca farmer while enjoying a pint in the local pub. Was this all meant to be? Could they both be losing their marbles? You'll have to read to find out ;)

This is my second time reading this authors work and I find myself looking for more!

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