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#1 New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts presents the third novel in the Irish Legacy Trilogy. Growing up on her parents’ Royal Meadows farm in Maryland instilled in Keeley Grant a passion for horses—and a desire to teach children the joys of riding. When horse trainer Brian Donnelly arrives from Ireland to work at the stable, he only sees Keeley as the boss’s daughter—a spoiled princess who never had to work hard for anything. But the more Brian learns about Keeley, the more he wants what he’s never had before: a place to call home—and a woman to cherish… Includes excerpts of the other books in the Irish Legacy Trilogy: Irish Thoroughbred Irish Rose A NORA ROBERTS CLASSIC AVAILABLE DIGITALLY FOR THE FIRST TIME
AVAILABLE DIGITALLY FOR THE FIRST TIME 'Come to America. Your home is with me now.' For lonely but spirited orphan Adelia 'Dee' Cunnane, her uncle's invitation is a dream come true. And so she leaves her home in Ireland to work for him in Maryland, at one of the most respected stables in the country. Starting as a groomer puts Dee in constant contact with the horses she loves -but it also brings her up close and personal with Travis Grant, the stable's proud but handsome owner. And as the lush Maryland horse country begins to work its charms on Dee, so does Travis, pulling her into a turbulent passion with unexpected consequences... Irish Thoroughbred can be enjoyed as a gripping standalone. It is also the first in the Irish Legacy trilogy, which continues with Irish Rose and Irish Rebel. Includes a preview for Irish Rose.
Originally published in one volume in 2000.
The second book in the Irish Legacy Trilogy from #1 New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts. On a horse-buying trip to Ireland, Burke Logan has his head turned from business by small-town Irish lass Erin McKinnon. Desperate to see more of the world, Erin accepts his offer of a bookkeeping job at his horse farm. And as Erin makes the most of her new life in Maryland, she can’t ignore the growing attraction between her and Burke, even though he’s holding himself back from her—and the truth about his past... Includes excerpts of the other books in the Irish Legacy Trilogy: Irish Thoroughbred Irish Rebel A NORA ROBERTS CLASSIC AVAILABLE DIGITALLY FOR THE FIRST TIME
#1 New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts presents a collection that includes all three novels in her Irish Legacy Trilogy—including Irish Thoroughbred, her first published novel. IRISH THOROUGHBRED After leaving Ireland for America at her uncle's invitation, Adelia “Dee” Cunnane's work as a groomer puts her in constant contact with Travis Grant, the stable’s proud owner. As the lush Maryland horse country works its charms on Dee, so does Travis, pulling her into a turbulent passion... IRISH ROSE On a horse-buying trip to Ireland, Burke Logan has his head turned from business by small-town lass Erin McKinnon. When Erin accepts his offer of a bookkeeping job at his horse farm in America, the attraction between them grows. But Burke is holding himself back from her—and the truth about his past... IRISH REBEL When horse trainer Brian Donnelly arrives from Ireland to work at Royal Meadows stable, he only sees Keeley Grant as the boss’s spoiled daughter. But the more Brian learns about Keeley, the more he wants what he’s never had before: a place to call home—and a woman to cherish...
"We were taught nothing about Ireland or its history in school, and when I did learn of the part we played in that struggle, I felt shame. The world should know about young men like Tone and Robert Emmet."-------Oscar-winning actor COLIN FIRTH (Sunday Times Magazine 2012) AN EPIC NOVEL FROM IRELAND'S PAST (BOOK #1 in THE LIBERTY TRILOGY) The book some critics are calling "THE IRISH 'LES MISERABLES'. And others (Ireland On Sunday) ) "On as grand a scale as Flanagan's THE YEAR OF THE FRENCH" Beautifully written, meticulously researched, immensely enjoyable and, by turns, heartbreaking and uplifting. Sunday Independent. Set against the background of a country in turmoil, Tread Softly On My Dreams is the passionate and powerful true story of Robert Emmet, a young Protestant who became one of Ireland's most famous rebels. Robert's devotion to his dream will change the lives of all those who love him. Sacrifice and tragedy await the courageous Anne Devlin, while romance blossoms between Robert and Sarah Curran. But can love survive amid the turbulent fight for freedom? Although I started off thinking this would be a love story, an incredible tale of political corruption began to unfold.' The Irish Times.
“Riveting . . . Readers will quickly warm to [Frank] Delaney’s vividly described Ireland of the 1950s, its fully realized inhabitants, and the dynamic political and personal relationships that make for a remarkable story.”—Publishers Weekly (starred review) “If we’re to live good lives, we have to tell ourselves our own story. In a good way.” So says Ben MacCarthy’s beloved mentor, and it is this fateful advice that will guide Ben through the tumultuous events of Ireland in 1956. The national mood is downtrodden; poverty, corruption, and an armed rebellion rattle the countryside; and although Ben wants no part of the insurrection, he unknowingly falls in with an IRA sympathizer. Yet despite his perilous circumstances, all he can think about is finding his former wife and true love, Venetia Kelly, who after many years has returned to Ireland with her brutish new husband, a popular stage performer. Determined not to lose Venetia again, Ben calls upon every bit of his passion and courage to win her back, while finally reconciling his violent past with his hopes for a bright future. Brimming with fascinating Irish history, daring intrigue, and the drama of legendary love, The Last Storyteller is an unforgettable novel as richly textured and inspiring as Ireland itself. “A colorful, leisurely tale, with dark moments as well as humor and grace.”—The Star-Ledger “A magical tale [that] weaves in a jackpot of Irish myths.”—Bookreporter “Character-rich and dramatic.”—Library Journal

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