Against the backdrop of windswept, coastal Ireland, two people are brought together under unlikely circumstances. One scarred by tragedy, the other by betrayal.
Branna O’Mara never expected to be orphaned at the age of twenty-three. When she lost her father, Major Brian O’Mara, USMC in the Second Battle of Fallujah, she thought she’d taken the worst life had to give. She never imagined she would lose her mother to cancer, six years later. The life of a military child prepared her for the challenges of relocating, but for the first time, she’d be doing it alone. Where do you go when you’re the last one standing? The solution came to her when she received an email with a real estate listing in County Clare, Ireland. Having inherited her parents’ rental properties, she knew the value of a diamond in the rough. A secluded cottage in the land of her ancestors was just the fresh start she needed. What she wasn’t prepared for was another buyer, after the deal had been struck. As she becomes intertwined with the people, the music, and the spirit of the small town, she understands that she’s finally found somewhere to belong.
Michael O’Brien and the entire O’Brien clan are a force to be reckoned with, but she will not allow them to take her new home. Michael O’Brien is a local hero and rescue swimmer for the Irish Coast Guard. He has lived in the small coastal village of Doolin, in County Clare, all of his life. Emerging from the ashes of a failed marriage, and living with his parents, is not where he expected to be at the age of twenty-nine. All he really wants is to buy the local Kelly cottage, fix it up, and live in peace. After two years on the market, he never imagined there would be a competing bidder. He certainly didn’t expect some little Yank to swoop in to town, and try to buy it right out from under him. He finds himself drawn into an unlikely battle with a fiery, young American woman, neither of them willing to bend. But as her secrets unravel and the woman is revealed, will he be able to push her out of the cottage, the town, and out of his life?
Raven of the sea
This was my favorite book that I’ve read in ever so long! The Storytelling was wonderful. The book was filled with love and laughter and kindness. The humor and love of the Irish family was Paramont.
I can hardly wait to start reading the next book in the series!