Take off to Ireland for a later in life, second chance, holiday romance to get your feet tapping…
When Rose Christopher’s entire world falls apart after losing her mother, her marriage and her home within a matter of weeks, she’s desperate for income and a roof over her head. So Rose takes a job as the live-in caregiver of a feisty 87-year-old widow named Agnes. Surprisingly, Agnes is a delight. Too bad the man who hired Rose seems so cold-hearted and rude.
Or is there far more to him than Rose imagines?
After his divorce, Declan Delaney claims he no longer has a heart. Except when it comes to Agnes. The successful, self-made businessman will do anything for his former grade school teacher, who inspired his lifelong love of learning, including ticking off the most important item on her bucket list—a trip to Ireland where her favorite movie The Quiet Man was filmed. And when he sees how Agnes and Rose bond, he knows hiring Rose was another excellent decision.
So then why is he feeling more than just professional satisfaction when it comes to Rose? And why can’t he ignore the way her quiet humor, caring manner, and the promise of her sweet, kissable lips keep drawing him back again and again?
With Rose and Declan whisking her off for the trip of a lifetime, Agnes packs her matchmaker hat in her suitcase. Can she help two people with mothballed hearts learn to dance together in Ireland?
JENNIFER SKULLY is knocking it out of the park with her Once Again series. Book three, Dancing in Ireland is just a delight.
Rose Christopher, divorced and still hurting from her husband’s desertion, becomes a caregiver to eighty-seven-year-old, Agnes.
Declan Delaney hires Rose to care for his old schoolteacher and second mother. Declan married a much younger woman, and after their divorce, he swore never to fall in love again—until he meets Rose. She’s beautiful, sweet, caring with him and with Agnes. How can he not fall in love with her?
With a little matchmaking from Agnes, she gets them all to Ireland and romance is in the air. This book has it all—love, romance, a matchmaking, and octogenarian.
A treat to enjoy!
As usual a wonderfully well written story!
Ironically as I was finishing this book my son and I were eating in an Irish pub and the menu just made me laugh because everything discussed in the book was on the menu except for the tea and crumpets truly loved the story!