Keeper of the Loch

Tales of the Order, Book Seven

This is the seventh book in the phenomenal Tales of the Order series. This series is just really great and one to get started on. Lucky for us there are lots of books by Candace Sams.

In Keeper of the Loch she takes us to Scotland and to the shores of the Loch where we meet another group of the order that are Keepers. They have lived by the shores of Loch all their life and are protectors of its secrets.

Rogan MacClean is a world renowned marine biologist and has just made the discovery of Architeuthis, or the giant squid. When he surfaces he finds out that his parents are believed to have died at Loch Ness. He and his partner Wayne race to Scotland to get to the bottom of what happened to his parents. Little does he realize that he will be introduced to the creatures of the Loch and what is expected of him.

Enora Brighton is the one person who can help Rogan find out what has become of his parents, but she has a few secrets of her own. First and foremost that she is the Keeper of the Loch and all that entails. She will take Rogan on an amazing journey where he will find out what his true destiny is.

Book Blurb for Keeper of the Loch

Though this book is the seventh in a series, it can be read as a stand-alone.

When Rogan MacClean receives word that his estranged parents have died in Loch Ness, he wants nothing more than to retrieve their things and walk away. After all, his parents were chasing myths and fairy tales—things that don’t interest their marine biologist son.

When Rogan arrives at the Loch, he discovers that there’s far more to the story than he’d thought. It’s the find of a lifetime, one that he’s not sure he wants to share. But a persistent journalist wants to make him change his mind and isn’t above playing dirty to get her way.

Exposing the sea monsters would make his career, but could put the whole Order at risk—including Enora, the woman he’s come to love. And if the journalist discovers the monsters, it’s too late for everyone.

Blush: This is a sweet romance (kisses only, no sexual content)

Night Owl Reviews Dec, 2012 5.00