The Irish Sisters, Book 3
Synopsis: Recently widowed, Hannah Firth is still young enough to dream of a new life. She has only a few coins and dreams of a happier future to sustain her when she meets Nathaniel, and the attraction between them cannot be denied. But their enemies have money and powerful allies on their side and will stop at nothing to get rid of them.
Review: I really like this author and this series, and I was eager to dive into a new volume.
We follow the lives of three people, not knowing how their fates will intertwine: Nathaniel King, a farmer; Hannah, whom we’ve already met in the other novels and who has to take care of her son and daughter-in-law, an untenable situation; and finally Oliver, the brother of an execrable man.
I had a great time with this novel. As always, I was taken by the story. I couldn’t wait to finally get to know Hannah’s story. This poor woman made me feel very sorry for her. She is brave, despite the problems that keep coming after her. I couldn’t wait for her to get her happy ending after going through so much. Nathaniel and Oliver’s lives aren’t any easier either, and I enjoyed learning about them.
A very good novel!