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Written by Susanne O’Leary
Reviewed by Author Roy Murry
Life in Dublin is not rosy for Megan when she comes into an inheritance that a distance relative left her – a house on a beautiful country property. This hot property is not in livable shape, but many desire it.
Here the real story starts, moves into relationships that moles Megan’s character for the better, and leads her into a new career. There are road blocks to overcome; and Megan moves on with her new life in Kerry country.
Ms. O’Leary presents a well written story of the Irish country-side that leads the reader into the quiet world that goes on there. It is a life without the day to day craziness of the city. The pastures and ocean described are presented beautifully in her Irish prose.
The reader will get involved in Megan’s plight, cheer her on, feel her pain when she is let down, and relish in her accomplishments. Also, there is a surprising ending where she finds out who is her true lover.
This is a read that will move you, make you happy, and sad at times. It is a complete read that flows along comfortably.
I hated the watery character of her boyfriend, as I guess I was meant to, so he could be juxtaposed to her real love interest. I felt as though the sex was all dealt with a little too lightly as though they were all borrowing a cup of sugar rather than giving something important of themselves. I also felt the ending was a little too loose and was disappointed by how I could see the conclusion a little too obviously from the very start.I wanted to be surprised more. Overall it read really well and I polished it off in an afternoon.