The Irish setting to this story was a breath of fresh air. So many stories have been told that all center around the same traditions. So to read one that was different was so nice. You can really tell (if you know what you’re reading) that the author did a wonderful amount of research for this book, which made the story come alive. I really loved the descriptions in “Once a Gypsy” as well. The Traveller Traditions of this story really made it! The characters come alive in this wonderful Irish Gypsy novel!
Thrilling and romantic, Once a Gypsy starts a brand new series from award-winning author Danica Winters.
"A haunting and fresh voice in paranormal romance. Be prepared for Danica Winters to ensnare you in her dark and seductive world."? Cecy Robson, Author of The Weird Girl series and 2016 Double-Nominated RITA® Finalist
Helena has never fit in with her Irish Traveller family. Aside from her opposition to marriage and her determination to attend university, Helena has the gift of the Forshaw, the ability to see the future.
Graham is the groundskeeper at a manor in Adare, Ireland. Though the estate appears idyllic, it holds dark secrets, and despite his own supernatural gifts, Graham can’t solve Adare Manor’s problems by himself. Desperate for help, Graham seeks out a last resort: Helena, whose skills are far greater than she knows.
When he promises to teach her to control her powers, Helena resists, afraid both of the damage her abilities might do and her increasing attraction to the handsome groundskeeper. Her entire way of life is at risk: Any involvement, especially romantic, with non-gypsies like Graham is forbidden. But fate has other plans for Helena’s clairvoyance?and her relationship with Graham….