Honor's Legacy - Winds of Change
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Australian stockman, Dylan Thompson, has had enough of farming. He seeks greener pastures and stumbles upon Robinhill Farm in beautiful Ireland. It’s there that he meets the beautiful young nanny, Ellen O’Malley. He’s intrigued by her but it’s clear she wants nothing to do with him.
Despite her vulnerable-looking exterior, Ellen O’Malley is tough. She’s had to be. All her life she’s had to struggle against not fitting in. The cruel and lonely hand she’s been dealt has made her mistrustful of many, and extremely loyal to a few.
Is it just coincidence that Ellen and Dylan meet? Or could it be part of the magic of Honor’s legacy?
In this tale of redemption, forgiveness, love, and letting go, Dylan and Ellen come to terms with their past. Under the watchful eye of loved ones they slowly learn how to put their demons to bed and embrace a future full of promise.
What the reviews say:
Noelle Clark does it again. Book 3 in the Robin Hill farm series Honor’s Legacy: Winds Of Change, is a joy to read. Australian Dylan, knows heartbreak. Having left his drought stricken outback property to a major bank, by sheer serendipity, he finds himself in beautiful, lush green Ireland. Ellen has also had a tough start in life, and understandably there’s tension. Because of her past Ellen is wary. Dylan has seen so much hardship, he sees life with the locals in the emerald countryside as a blessing. His easy going nature helps him settle and he is welcomed into the farming community. Ellen learns throughout the story to rise above and life can be sweet. Like the other books in the series, Noelle has written this book with care and understanding of Irish family life. A joy to read.