Aislinn is used to living life on her terms. As an artist with an extrasensory gift, she allows her moods, and those of the natural world, to inspire her paintings for her gallery set in small town Grace's Cove. Running her business as she pleases, Aislinn has danced around serious commitments her whole life.
When Dr. Baird Delaney moves his psychiatry practice to town and stops by her shop to pick up some prints for his office, Aislinn's world tilts. Irresistibly drawn to his presence yet convinced that the uptight doctor is a poor match for her free-flowing artistic soul, Aislinn is torn. Both Aislinn and Baird will have to suspend their beliefs as they tumble headfirst into a messy, unrepentant love that challenges both to accept each other unequivocally.
©2014 Tricia O'Malley (P)2016 Tantor
As with other books in the series this has twists and turns but ultimately, romance buffs everywhere will fall in love with these characters and enjoy the continuing storyline.
My only disappointment is the last two aren't available in audio books.
The characters are great and the Irish folklore really makes it all come together beautifully.
"Disappointed in narration"
I love the Grace Cove books, read two on my Kindle and tried this one as an audio book. I'm very disappointed by the narration. She tries to speak with an Irish accent which sometimes she succeeds in but more often she doesn't. It's distracting to me so after an hour of trying I had to give up. Such a shame...
The stories as such are really good, you get sucked into the life of Aislinn, Cat and the other girls who learn to deal and live with their special gifts with help from Fiona. I don't want to give away too much. If wrong pronunciations of names and accents/dialects bother you, I wouldn't try these books. I guess I'll read the other books in the series on my Kindle.
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