Irish Inheritance by Paula Martin

Irish InheritanceIrish Inheritance by Paula Martin

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book begins with two people finding that they have been left a half share of a house in Ireland by Miss Helena Keating, a lady neither of them had ever heard of. Jenna Sutton is an aspiring English actress, while Guy Sinclair is an American artist.

The house is in Clifden, County Galway and known by it’s Irish name of “Mist Na Mara”. The two travel to Ireland to find out more about the house and find themselves on a mystery. Research through family trees reveal unexpected relatives and big decisions to be made about the future of the house.

The story takes the reader on a lovely trail around the Emerald Isle mixed with the people through history who brought Jenna and Guy to the romantic house of the cliff tops of the wild rugged coastline, and where ghosts can finally be laid to rest. The couple must work through their own needs for the future so that they can decide what to do with their inheritance.

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Letter P on The A to Z April Challenge 2014

Today I bring you letter P on the A to Z Challenge. Today my book is The Potter’s Daughter by Daniel Arthur Smith. Genre: Life Story Romance


The Potter’s Daughter is a slice of life story about Abby Bellen and her father Will.

After a promise to her dying mother, Abby Bellen, the estranged daughter of an aging ceramic artist, feels obligated to return to her home on Willow Lake to put her father’s life in order. Years have passed since Abby fled the home of her youth and a past she would rather forget. Now Abby has no choice other than confrontation as the long buried rift that exists between the two surfaces and they must together face the failures of their misspent relationship as she discovers, with the help of new romance Mitch Carlson, what she needs to make herself whole.









Daniel A Smith

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Sihpromatum – I Grew My Boobs in China by Savannah Grace

Sihpromatum - I Grew My Boobs in ChinaSihpromatum – I Grew My Boobs in China by Savannah Grace

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Savannah reacted like most 14 year old western girls would when her mother told her that they were selling up and going travelling for the next year. She was stubborn, grumpy and really didn’t want to go. 1 back pack, 5 sets of clothes, books and a pack of cards became her family’s prized possessions as they started in Hong Kong, headed to rural China then Mongolia. Leaving the western habits behind they embrace the wonders of life as a backpacker. A delightful story to read.

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Sister Issues by Cynthia Harrison

Sister IssuesSister Issues by Cynthia Harrison

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Cher’s life was simple, she ran “The Sugar Shack” a small coffee shop with a friendly set of regular clientele. She lived above the shop and sewed in her spare time. Then Ariel her flighty sister decided that she wanted an active role in the business, just as Cher had taken on Emma, her school friend, as a partner. Between them Emma and Ariel bubble over with ways to expand the place into a thriving restaurant, whilst Cher hates the changes. We are taken on a rollercoaster ride with their lives, loves and losses. Cynthia has written a great story full of characters who learn to overcome their problems and move forward with their lives.

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After the Fall by Charity Norman

After the FallAfter the Fall by Charity Norman

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This was a book about a family who decide to emigrate to New Zealand to leave behind a failed business and give themselves a new start in life. Each member of the family expects a different outcome from the move and the family left in England have their own opinions about the emigration. Martha and her family are tested severely by their choices and for some it’s too much. Is New Zealand the paradise they wished for or the hell they all fear? I related to this book as I have been to New Zealand and I have a friend who emigrated there, leaving behind her own failed business and finding a few demons of her own!

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