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Gracelin O'Malley (The Gracelin O'Malley Trilogy Book 1) - Ann Moore
Gracelin O'Malley (The Gracelin O'Malley Trilogy Book 1)
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Ann Moore brings to life the haunting beauty of nineteenth-century Ireland and its tumultuous, heartbreaking history in the first novel of her critically acclaimed trilogy Gracelin’s father, Patrick, named her for the light of the sea that shone in her eyes. But joy and laughter leave the... show more
Ann Moore brings to life the haunting beauty of nineteenth-century Ireland and its tumultuous, heartbreaking history in the first novel of her critically acclaimed trilogy Gracelin’s father, Patrick, named her for the light of the sea that shone in her eyes. But joy and laughter leave the O’Malley clan when Gracelin is six-and-a-half and tragedy befalls the family. Less than a decade later, Gracelin must put her romantic dreams aside and marry a local landowner, the son of an English lord, to save her loved ones from financial ruin. Although she is a dutiful wife to capricious Bram Donnelly, Gracelin takes dangerous risks. With political violence sweeping through Ireland and the potato blight destroying lives, she secretly sides with the Young Irelanders, among them her brilliant brother, Sean, and the rebel leader Morgan McDonagh. Set against the rise of the Irish rebellion, with a cast of unforgettable characters led by the indomitable eponymous heroine, Gracelin O’Malley weaves a spellbinding story of courage, hope, and passion.
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Format: kindle
ISBN: 9781453205808
ASIN: B00N2CLWRS
Publisher: Open Road Media Romance
Pages no: 412
Edition language: English
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3.0 Almost as good as The Hanging Gale
Disclaimer: ARC read via Netgalley. There is a place that Ireland holds in the imagination and lives of almost everyone, even those who are not Irish. Perhaps it is the constant invasion or the struggle for freedom or the similarities to situations in non-European parts of the worl...
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