The Emerald Isle (The Heirs of Cahira O’Connor #4)

The Emerald Isle (The Heirs of Cahira O’Connor #4)
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Genre: Historical Fiction
Publisher: WaterBrook Press
Publication Year: 1999
ASIN: 1578561809
ISBN: 1578561809
Interweaving two captivating stories of romance and intrigue, humor and faith, The Emerald Isle wraps up the multi-colored threads of Angela Elwell Hunt's The Heirs of Cahira O'Connor series in a page-turning conclusion that will satisfy both spirit and heart.        Resisting her confining,...
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Interweaving two captivating stories of romance and intrigue, humor and faith, The Emerald Isle wraps up the multi-colored threads of Angela Elwell Hunt’s The Heirs of Cahira O’Connor series in a page-turning conclusion that will satisfy both spirit and heart.
        Resisting her confining, traditional role as a king’s daughter, fiery-spirited Cahira O’Connor dreams of practicing her bow, not of capturing a husband. But when Norman invaders challenge the borders of the Kingdom of Connacht, Cahira finds both the one man who could win her heart and an irresistible calling to fight for the land and people she loves.
        To Kathleen O’Connor, the story of Cahira’s deathbed vow was nothing more than a legend – until her research revealed that it was true. Now, in Ireland for the wedding of her best friend Taylor and his fiancee, Maddie O’Neil, Kathleen struggles to fit in at the O’Neils’ farm, Ballyshannon, and focus on her research into the life of her ancestor Cahira. There among Ireland’s emerald hills, Kathleen finds far more than she could ever have dreamed – including her own unexpected destiny as an heir of Cahira O’Connor.

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