Image of Tears of the Moon  (Irish Trilogy, Book 2)


Image of Tears of the Moon  (Irish Trilogy, Book 2)

To give his newly married brother some privacy, Shawn moves out of the Gallagher homestead and into haunted Faerie Hill Cottage. However its not Shawn who sees the ghost of Lady Gwen, but neighbor and handywoman Brenna OToole.

Brenna and her father have made a thriving business out of tackling all kinds of repairs. After seeing the melancholy ghost of the Lady Gwen, Brenna realizes that her own love life is in dire straits. While she has always had special feelings for Shawn, Brenna is suddenly highly attracted to him. However, getting Shawn to notice her as something other than the girl next door may take some doing.

As luck would have it, the Gallagher family finds themselves in possession of a fascinating proposition. A rich American businessman is interested in opening a music theater on land currently owned by the family. Getting the best deal is going to be a joint family and friend operation.

TEARS OF THE MOON is the middle chapter in the rich and warm saga of the loves and lives of the Gallagher siblings. Another winner! (Jul., 384 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed by: 
Jill M. Smith