Deep Magic by Gillian St. Kevern

Deep Magic by Gillian St. Kevern
Deep Magic #1
Publisher: Self-Published
Genre: Contemporary, Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Length: Full length (326 pages)
Other: M/M, Anal Sex
Rating: 5 stars
Review by Moonflower

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Oliver Evans spent his youth spinning one tall tale after another until it got him over his head in trouble. Returning as an adult to his grandmother’s cottage in Aberdaron, Olly is determined to put his past behind him and settle down. But the misty Llŷn Peninsula hides dangerous secrets. Olly is torn between the Longing, a powerful force driving him away from the only home he has ever known, and the growing conviction that the merman prince of his childhood make-believe is real–and in desperate need of Olly’s help.

There is more truth in Olly’s stories than he realises. If he is to have any chance of righting past wrongs and rescuing his prince, Olly must navigate the truth in his old stories and discover the magic right in front of him. But Olly has a powerful enemy on the ​Llŷn, an ancient king who would like to end Olly’s story-telling permanently.

Everyone knows the question about which came first, and it’s usually about chickens and eggs. However, in this instance, which came first – the Greek Sirens or the Welsh Morgen? I’ve finished this book and I still don’t know the answer. What I do know is how incredibly well-written it is, being full of Welsh mythology, legends, lore, and magic.

There is a haunting quality to this story, from beginning to end, with a touch of mystery. The romance side is full of problems and setbacks, being the ultimate slow-burner. There are a couple of love scenes that go into some detail, but nothing too detailed.

This is a long book with plenty of detailed descriptions. An excellent cast of characters helps to build this story up to it’s perfectly paced climax. Although this is the first book in the series, I feel it is a complete standalone. I would love to continue the series just to see where it takes me next.

I have enjoyed every single scene in this book and have absolutely no hesitation in recommending it.

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