My rating: 5 of 5 stars
I am a fan or Nora Roberts books, and tend to gobble them up when I get the chance. This was no different, the third in The Irish Trilogy series. I have not had the pleasure of reading the first two, this book can be read alone or as part of the series.
Trevor Magee is building a theatre at the back of the Gallagher pub in a tiny Irish Village. He’s come to find his roots and unknowingly the answers to his dreams. He finds he’s come to build more than a stone structure.
Darcy Gallagher runs the pub with her two brothers and its a place of Celtic traditions of music and hospitality. Darcy has expense and luxury on her wish list for life.
The area is steeped in Irish Legend and Trevor is told the tale of Lady Gwen and Prince Carrick’s tragic love. The place is full of Irish magic and I was drawn away from a cold wet January afternoon, to a place of lush greens, sea mists and enchantment. The pull of Ireland was strong because of the descriptions and details of the people and places.
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