A Change of Heart by Adrienne Vaughan
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
A Change of Heart is the second book in the Heartfelt series, I fell in love with the Island of Innishmahon and the colourful people who lived there in the first book “The Hollow Heart”. So I was delighted to find the second book took place on the island once more. Carrying straight on from where the first book ended the story heads right in with Ryan stepping off of the ferry with his young son.
On top of the vital repairs to the only bridge to the island, which was washed away in a storm, there are now plans to have a Life Boat station on the island too. Dermot Finnegan takes the role of Life Boat Captain as a disguise for some undercover police work which he has signed up for.
For a tiny island off of the Irish coast it certainly draws everyone’s attention. Superstar actress Angelique de Marcos arrives in a whirl of glamour to challenge Ryan for custody of their son. Erin Brennan is also returning to the island after a long period of absence and she too has her own secret agenda.
Throw in to the mix a Halloween Hooley, robbery, freedom fighters and some brand new relatives, it all has journalist Marianne Coltrane at breaking point, but letting the Emerald Isle work its magic, gives more than one person a second chance.
Romance, Ireland and great characters at their best, I can’t wait for the third book in the series.
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I can’t wait to read the final installment in Adrienne’s Heartfelt series which is due out later this year. If you’ve read The Hollow Heart, give Change of Heart a look see. A heartwarming read.
Reblogged this on Adrienne Vaughan and commented:
Great review, brilliant reviewer, spurs novices like me to keep on writing, thanks Rosie.
Thanks Lizzie, now in the throes of writing number three, thought it would be a bit easier, but my characters are SO wilful, hard to keep up. Good fun, though!
I’ll look forward to it too.