Dagda’s Daughter (Raven and Hummingbird Book 2) by Nikki Broadwell – Review by Angela Hayes

Dagda's Daughter: Raven and Hummingbird Book 2Dagda’s Daughter: Raven and Hummingbird Book 2 by Nikki Broadwell
My rating: 4 of 5 stars


Dagda’s Daughter is the second book in the Raven and Hummingbird Series by Nikki Broadwell. This story is a clever fantasy- woven with plenty of action, adventure, secrets, discovery, Gods/Goddesses, magic, emotion, different realms, Celtic mythology, intrigue, and father/daughter/family dynamics. It could be read as a standalone, but as the first book “Siobhan’s Secret” has a lot of backstory and other relevant and interesting details, I would really recommend reading that book first before beginning this one.
Dagda is a God who fell in love with a mortal. A human called Siobhan. They have a daughter, Katel- who is now an adult, half-goddess and has no idea of what she is capable of. There is much more to this situation, but I really don’t want to ruin it for you by giving too much away. But as usual, Ms. Broadwell kept me engaged the whole way through.
I can’t wait to dive into “Kat’s Conundrum” (Book 3), it’s set to be quite intriguing.

Thank you, Ms. Broadwell!

Reviewed by @angelahayes

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