The Druid Next Door

The Druid Next Door

Title:The Druid Next Door
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781626496217
Format Type:ebook
Number of Pages:328 pages

Professor Bryce MacLeod has devoted his entire life to environmentalism. But how effective can he be in saving the planet when he can’t even get his surly neighbor to separate his recycling?

Former Queen’s Enforcer Mal Kendrick doesn’t think his life could get any worse: he’s been exiled from Faerie with a cursed and useless right hand. When he’s not dodging random fae assassins in the Outer World, he’s going toe-to-toe with his tree-hugging neighbor. And when he discovers that the tree-hugger is really a druid, he’s certain the gods have it in for him—after all, there’s always a catch with druids. Then he’s magically shackled to the man and expected to instruct him in Supernatural 101.

All right, now things couldn’t possibly get worse.

Until a mysterious stranger offers a drunken Mal the chance to gain back all he’s lost—for a price. After Mal accepts, he discovers the real catch: an ancient secret that will change his and Bryce’s life forever.

Ah, what the hells. Odds are they won’t survive the week anyway.


    The Druid Next Door Reviews

  • ? Todd

    I absolutely loved this second book in the "Fae Out of Water" series, even more so than book 1."The Druid Next Door" was chock full of intrigue, humor, banter and several steamy bits.The world buildin...

  • Sadie Forsythe

    This was cute in much the same way as book one of the series, but this one I had a hard time liking. In fact, I didn't. There is a real dominance and submission theme in it that I never got comfortabl...

  • ~Volha~

    As expected, Kendrick brothers continue to amuse and entertain. Out of three, Mal seems to be the most conceited and pig-headed one. It doesn't help that while saving his older brother's life he lost ...

  • Eric

    Thank you to NetGalley and Riptide for the ARC.This is the second in the series Fae Out of Water. I enjoyed the first, Cutie and the Beast, very much, despite the cover and the title. I did not enjoy ...

  • All Things Urban Fantasy

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban FantasyYou know a book is good when you start slowing down your reading speed and putting the book down because you’re not ready to leave the world of the story. ...

  • Nancy Wightman

    "The Druid Next Door" has some issues surrounding choice in the story, but my choice to read D/s stuff or not was removed since there was no warning about that plot element. Not explaining why a two t...

  • Ije the Devourer of Books

    This was fun. I didn't enjoy it as much as book one but I do think this is shaping up to be a good series. This book focuses on the second of the fae brothers, Mal, who has been banished from the fae ...

  • Adrian Fridge

    I haven't read the first book, and I don't feel like I missed out. The Druid Next Door is a case of super interesting world building, great character dynamics, but lackluster romantic arc. I can't put...

  • Georgie-who-is-Sarah-Drew

    Fantasy is tough. You've got to give readers enough world-building to convince, but too much - as here - ruins the illusion. I think the best authors(Amy Rae Durreson or K.J. Charles) set up a very fe...

  • Book Gannet

    2.5 stars.The absolute joy of the first book in this series (Cutie and the Beast) for me was David. He was such a great character – fun, quirky and endearing – that it was impossible not to love t...