Kate Keene’s childhood memories compel her to take her newly-acquired architectural skills to a dilapidated Louisiana mansion. But when she returns to the Reconstruction-era South, she’s shocked to discover the man she’s dreamed of for so long has become a bitter, angry recluse.
Colin Delany, the handsome older brother of her best friend, has lost all he once held dear, with no hope of ever restoring the Belle Fleuve mansion and plantation. Filled with spunk and determination, Kate feels it’s her duty to help, so when Colin demands she roll up her drawings and get out, she refuses. And when Colin forces Kate to promise his dying sister they will care for his niece and nephew, she complies.
Having been orphaned herself, Kate realizes she must put the children’s welfare above her own, even if it means a marriage of convenience. But will Colin’s hovering darkness ever lift? And can Kate’s persistent love and faith transform their uncertain future? Book three in the Irish Angel series explores the hope of a reflection of love in a heart of glass."
©2012 Jill Marie Landis (P)2012 Zondervan
HOPEFUL ROMANTIC. I Enjoy Historical & Inspirational Romances With Great Narration. Oh, And I give Honest Reviews with No Spoilers. ;-)
It was nice to see this book was different than the other two. This sister (Kate) still has tragedy in her life but not like the other sisters. Kate had a better childhood and upbringing...she studied architecture and basically had her own career. This story is a love story of Kate and Colin. I wont give any of their story away but I did enjoy this book. I liked the ending because I felt it all came full circle and I love happy endings!
I liked this story. I liked that the tragedy was not completely on Kate and moved to Colin. Hate to think their family was only doomed for tragedy. Good series.
It was an enjoyable story, however, it was less so because I was expecting a completely different story.
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