It's been a long time since I've read a Donna MacDonald book. I've loved her books since I first started reading with the Never Too Late series. I lost touch with this wonderful author until I read her FB post that she had a new series out.Reading 40 Ways To Say Goodbye has reawakened my love of her work. Aran Derringer marries against her parent's best advice, has a beautiful daughter, and ten years later, the rat she married has her thrown in prison. Fiends like that, who needs enemas. But then again, Aran has a demon for a familiar and is the child of Celtic Gods. After seven years, a representative of the very people who put in her that magickal prison comes to give her a way out. If she'll do them a favor.
All I know is that I started reading and didn't put the book down until I'd finished. The characters are fresh and intriguing. Aran is a strong woman who takes no guff off any man, not even her male familiar. But he's also a good woman and a powerful witch. She takes on the task at hand with a will and no one is going to stand in her way. The plot is engaging and filled with twists and turns. I finished the book and I'm ready to go on to the next.
There are three books in this series and I will be finishing every one of them. I love Donna MacDonald and I love her books. Wow I've missed them.