Tragedy has struck the Harrigans: Quincy’s beloved sister-in-law Loni is gravely ill and nearing death. Quincy, like his brothers, feels helpless to save her, and the clock is ticking. Then, with perfect timing, a winsome red-haired woman named Ceara O’Ceallaigh mysteriously appears on Quincy’s property and insists that Loni can be cured. Only Quincy, she says, as the sole remaining Harrigan bachelor, can make it happen - by marrying Ceara…
©2013 Adeline Catherine Anderson (P)2013 Recorded Books LLC
"Catherine Anderson has a gift for imbuing her characters with dignity, compassion, courage, and strength that inspire readers" (Romantic Times)
Yes, this book is different from other Anderson books. This time she wrote out of the box. Yet it had all the ingredients of her story telling. It does capture your heart because of the character that if you read the early series you have come to know. It is a book that if you let it will draw you to the end. Just have an open mind to the unusual from the other Anderson books.
The is certainly not the best of this series. It goes into an area that doesn't really fit with the rest of the Harrigan Family books. This one is a real stretch of the imagination and not in a good way.
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