HEART OF THE SEA
Darcy Gallagher has always had men falling at her feet. No man has ever really touched her heart. Sexy and powerful businessman Trevor Magee has had his choice of beautiful women, but no lasting commitments. Gunpowder and fire are about to collide in the small Irish village of Ardmore.
Trevors grandfather left Ardmore for America a lifetime ago and never looked back. Trevor is building a theater in Ardmore and hires newly married Brenna OToole Gallagher and her father Mick to head up construction. Once Trevor hears Darcy sing, he knows that talent runs deep in the Gallagher bones. Friendship is what Darcy and Trevor have in mind, but a Fairy Prince named Carrick and a lonely ghost named Lady Gwen are counting on love to break an ancient spell.
As she as done so many times before, the awesome Ms. Roberts brings joy, excitement and powerful romance to her stories. HEART OF THE SEA is the highly satisfying conclusion to her most recent Irish Trilogy. (Dec., 384 pp., $7.99)