On a quest to make amends for a long-ago indiscretion, Honor unexpectedly discovers the one thing she’s been missing in her life.
Honor Quirk arrives in Ireland excited—and a bit anxious—about meeting up with the estranged family of her late great-grandmother. The welcome from the residents of Robinhill Farm, Dermot and Bryan, is confusing and far from comforting. One is warm, the other aggressive. The outwardly antagonistic Bryan makes it very clear he doesn't want her there, branding her a gold digger.
Dermot, on the other hand, is delighted to meet her.
But Honor is no pushover and stands up to Bryan, letting him know that his bad attitude and trail of baggage have nothing to do with her. Despite their confrontational and hostile relationship, an undeniable attraction to each other creeps insidiously into the house on Robinhill Farm. They both desperately try to stifle the sparks, but living under the same roof makes it impossible. Unable to cope with the turmoil of living with Bryan, Honor runs away, straight into the arms of a charming newfound friend, Sean, who offers her a home—and love.
Shattered, Bryan finally takes control of his irrational belief that all women are evil, and fights to bring back the woman he loves. But is it too late?
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Powerful Irish Love *****
Once again, Noelle Clark has taken me on a scenic romantic trip, to Ireland this time. I was right there with all the characters who drew me in to their irresistible Irish ways, and I loved every moment. Australian, Honor, is as bright as sunshine itself. She is welcomed into the community with open arms and lots of advice, which is charming in all its quirky ways. Bryan, is dark and brooding, and the reasons for it are legitimate, but his moods will not put Honor off. And the more time he spends with her, the more often she sees flashes of his gentle, happy side. She makes it her mission to see that it’s there for everyone to see—all the time. Written with depth of feeling and tapping into that real Irish emotion, I look forward to more of Ms Clark’s novels.
This is a great read! Alone in the world, Honor goes to Ireland to fulfil a promise made to her much loved grandmother. She finds herself amongst a loving extended family at Robinhill Farm. But love finds her in an unexpected and perhaps unwelcome way. Once again Ms Clark brings her characters to vibrant life in a lyrical story, this time set in the finely drawn Irish countryside. I eagerly anticipate the next books in the series.