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Thursday, March 17, 2011

Happy St. Patricks Day

Struggling with her faith after her mother’s death, Meghan O’Malley finds comfort in wearing her Claddagh Ring, believed to be blessed by St. Patrick. And when Meghan meets Rork, she finds love, friendship, and loyalty. But before everything comes full circle under God’s plan, Meghan must face the biggest challenge of her life. Rork McGuire is ruggedly handsome, sings Celtic music straight from his soul, and has a dark secret.

When he sees Meghan O’Malley, he falls hopelessly in love with her and wants nothing more than to give her his heart. Will the secret he harbors bring them together—or pull them apart?

And as My Wild Irish Rose played, Meghan and Rork danced, their bodies gliding across the dance floor in perfect rhythm. Rork sang in her ear, the lilt in his voice sending chills through her entire body. “And my one wish has been…that some day I may win…the heart of my wild Irish Rose…”

As Rork’s arms tightened around her, the lyrics of the song seemed to crawl deeper and deeper inside her skin. Gazing into his hypnotic blue eyes, she thought perhaps St. Patrick had indeed bestowed his blessing into the Claddagh. Could Rork be her purpose? Finding love and friendship with a man who could sing like an angel?

On a romantic lilt, Rork ended the dance with a simple promenade around the floor, giving the couple the regal look of a king and queen. Staring into midnight blue eyes, Meghan’s heart danced a wild rhythm. When she finally came back down to earth, she was giddy with delight. And when they kissed, it was the kind of kiss dreams were made of. Meghan Shannon O’Malley had met her destiny.

Buy The Claddagh Ring

The Claddagh Ring
February 25, 2009
WRP Nbr: 2880
Book Trailer


Sharon Donovan said...

Happy St. Patrick's Day! May the luck o' the Irish be with you now and forever.
Love and Blessings.

Oliver said...

Top o' the mornin' lassies and lads!
Come on in, grab a green beer or a Blarney martini or an Irish coffee and listen to some Irish music to harp and fiddle. Sit by the crackling fire and indulge in some warm buttery soda bread with a coffee and Baily's!

Hywela Lyn said...

Good morning, dear friend,and a Very Happy St Patrick's Day to you too!

What a lovely book the Claddagh Ring is - I can genuinely recommend it - readers why not treat yourself or a friend to a lovely St Patrick's Day read!

Hywela Lyn said...

Good morning to you too, Oliver, come here and let me give you a big ol' St Patrick's Day kiss!