For most women, a twenty-ninth birthday might involve a day at the spa or dinner with friends. But Stacy Justice - budding reporter and reluctant witch - isn’t like most women. Stacy's grandmother, Birdie, insists an Irish secret society known as the council will soon grant Stacy the role of Seeker of Justice. But terrible news interrupts the birthday ritual: the magic cauldron that supplies the world’s food has vanished. The council decrees that if Stacy finds the cauldron, she’ll be appointed Seeker and her imprisoned mother will be freed. But a challenger for the role steps forward: Ethan, the grandson of spiteful council member Tallulah. If he finds the cauldron first, Stacy will never see her mother again. And if they both fail, the planet will perish.
The fourth heart-pounding book in the Stacy Justice series, Emerald Isle sends the fiery-haired heroine on a whirlwind adventure across continents and generations, racing against time to save not just her mother but the whole world.
©2013 Barbra Annino (P)2013 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
In this book Stacy gets to go to Ireland to find the cauldron of plenty. The last time it had gone missing it caused the great famine. These books are nice little paranormal mysteries with plenty of magic, action and humor. I love Stacy's little quips and all the funny situations she finds herself in. Looking forward to the next one. At the end you even get a few recipes.
I'm a 30-something paranormal, mystery, and humor enthusiast. For me, the main character is the most important part of a book.
This is what I would classify as a 'cozy' paranormal. I have really grown to love the characters and all of their quirks. Stacy is a great MC, I love her humor and take on things. And I think Amy Rubinate was the PERFECT voice for Stacy.
Start at the beginning with Opal Fire. These are light, fun and entertaining reads. I will absolutely read more.
I haven't read the print version.
Stacy gets to travel in this story.
Amy did a great job of delivering the text.
This book was laced with humor. A lighthearted mystery if those exist in this realm.
Enjoyed every line.
I don't have an opinion on the narrator because I was so annoyed with the book. I've read Annino's other Stacy Justice books, but I probably won't continue after this.
The story. It was so stupid and pointless and boring.
Sure, why not?
Haha. The main characters: Birdie and Stacy. I think I'd rather read more about Lolly and Ivy. Now THEY seem like interesting characters.
I have enjoyed all these books. I really look forward to the next one. I think the fact we are learning more about the history of the family is also been nice. I can't wait to see what the new adventure will be.
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