The Brightest Flame in Ballymuir
by Dorien Kelly
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From New York Times Bestselling Author Dorien Kelly:
When Irish artist Vi Kilbride travels from her village of Ballymuir to prepare her beloved late grandmother's cottage in Duncarraig for sale, more than memories of the summers she'd spent growing up there await her. Long-ago love Liam Rafferty is back in town. Vi, who has kept her heart to herself since having it broken by Liam, finds herself drawn to him all over again. Time has spun back to that passionate summer when they'd first loved for Liam, too. But Vi and Liam are soon at odds. Liam has begun a search for Rafferty's Gold, a legendary treasure allegedly hidden by one of Vi's ancestors after her heart had been broken by a faithless Rafferty. Liam, with his high-tech search equipment, might think the ancient gold is his to do with as he pleases. But Vi, with only her often stubborn second sight and her grandmother's journals to guide her, knows the gold belongs in a museum. Will these two passionate treasure-seekers find a legendary love to go with the gold, or is their past too strong to conquer?
Praise for the Ballymuir series:
"Smartly written, the characters are entertaining.... Kelly is an author who delivers first-rate reads." The Oakland Press
"The quirky folks who populate Ballymuir create a funny, affectionately drawn world to which readers will eagerly return." Publishers Weekly
Pick up this book if you like Nora Roberts' "Born In" series or Maeve Binchy's work!
Winner of the Booksellers' Best Award, the Aspen Gold Award, and the Gayle Wilson Award of Excellence!
This is the third book in the Ballymuir series. It is a full novel of approx. 98,000 words and was previously print published as Hot Whispers of an Irishman. The prior two novels are The Last Bride in Ballymuir and The Boldest Man in Ballymuir, both available as Kobo e-books..
- Koa'e Press, September 2012
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