As posted December 21, 2014 on the Mused edition for BellaOnline:
Here is what BellaOnline had to say about my first novel in The Keepers series:
Devan Fraser might have been born in the US, but her family’s connection to Ireland runs deep. So when her parents are tragically killed, she embarks on a trip to seek out her heritage. What she doesn’t know is that her ancestors intertwine with a secret group of dragon-riders, sworn to protect Ireland from harm.
When she meets Dublin street-rat Christian Riley, they immediately recognize kindred spirits in each other. Together they must find their destiny and help bring an end to a serial killer’s tormented activities.
The Keepers of Eire is a wonderfully, intricately layered journey through the streets of Ireland and the many sacred sites which pepper its green fields. The characters are rich, multi-faceted, and believable, their strengths and weaknesses weaving into a tapestry which bring this story into vibrant life. One gets a real sense of the layers of history, the relationships in the families, and the decades-old histories between characters which make this an immersive epic in the tradition of Dragonriders of Pern.
Jordan here: I am so excited to win this award. The Keepers of Éire has now won two Gold Awards for best SF & F Ebook. And, to be mentioned and compared to Anne McCaffrey’s Dragonriders of Pern is the ultimate for me!