The covers of Druid Heir are by Maria Spada and I am in love with her work. I hope you like it too <3.
Here is the blurb:
“You have neither your grandmother’s talents, druid, nor her beauty, but you can make something of yourself yet.”
Alisha and her friends might have saved the day against a vengeful god, but she still doesn’t know the first thing about the Otherworld. There’s training sessions with her mentor Ezra, history lessons with the vampire Orpheus, plus her haunting dragon dreams. It’s not easy to stay on track, especially given how distracted she is by Ezra’s crinkly eyes and hot bod. Who knew that a new love at forty would give her dewy skin and a renewed zest for life?
When a series of earthquakes hits London, the Prime Sorcerer advises Alisha to focus on her upcoming magical trial at Wildwoods. But she’s her own woman, and her instincts tell her to dig deeper even before the goddess Gaia invites her to tea. It’s not like she’s going to pass the trial anyway. She’d already made enough enemies in the Otherworld to fill a granny annex.
To find her place in the Otherworld, all Alisha has to do is gather her allies and trust herself. How hard could that be?
If you’re a fan of Paranormal Women’s Fiction and magic-wielding heroines over forty, grab Druid Heir Book 2 today.
The Druid Heir books are full of magic and rooted in friendship, and they’re perfect escapism. Here are the links for Midlife Dawn (book 1), if you haven’t had a chance to read it yet and Midlife Tremors (book 2):