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Brianna Concannon is a woman with a rare gift for creating a home, and she makes use of this talent by running a bed-and-breakfast in a picturesque corner of Ireland. Mystery writer Grayson Thane is an American who grew up in an orphanage and has spent his life alone. A restless wanderer with a painful past, Grayson arrives at Blackthorn Cottage intent only on soaking up the Irish atmosphere and writing his next novel, but he finds far more than he bargained for. The beautiful, calm Brianna soothes his disquiet soul, and in her Grayson finds the home he hadn't realized he needed. Brianna knows that by falling for him, she risks her heart, already bruised and scarred by a young love who left her at the altar. But the yearning to let the American melt the ice around her cold exterior is irresistible. Unless Grayson can let go of his past to forge a future with her, Brianna may have gambled her heart in vain.
Roberts's second installment in her Born In trilogy (after Born in Fire) takes the reader back to Ireland, where Brianna Concannon uncovers some unexpected and disturbing details about her deceased father. While trying to turn the attic of her bed-and-breakfast into another guest room, Brianna finds a stock certificate from a nonexistent company called Triquarter Mining?no great surprise, as the elder Concannon had always had a weakness for worthless ventures. More surprising is a set of old, passionate love letters written to her father 28 years before by a woman who was not Brianna's mother. This discovery is overshadowed by the arrival of famed mystery novelist Grayson Thane, who is to be her guest?and her lover (at least until his next novel is finished). The scope of Roberts's latest offering is limited to Brianna's and Gray's affair, leaving the reader impatient about fleeting references to footprints outside Brianna's window and a messy break-in at the B&B. Still, the pace of the book is smooth and even, and the writing captures the charisma and earthy charm of Ireland and the gentleness of its people while setting the tone for Born in Shame, the final story. (Aug.
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As always with a Nora Roberts book you just don't want to put in down. Entertaining, the kind of book that keeps me going back to this author.Published 18 months ago by Carol Steavens
Again, wonderful read. You feel like you know the people involved. Can't wait for the third book, just have to figure out if I want it on my Kindle or have the third book in the... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Mike & Sandra Kelly
This book holds your attention, you do not want to put this book down. Nora Roberts is a great writer.Published 22 months ago by helen
I recently began to read Nora Roberts's books. This was a DO NOT put down series until I finished the book completely. I loved the Concannon Sisters.Published 23 months ago by dorothy
It's not one of her best stories ever, but it's definately still a good book. I don't think i've read a single novel by Nora that doesn't rate atleast a 3.Published on May 3 2004
This was my very first book for Nora Roberts, and so far it's the best book EVER. It is THE PERFECT book. Read morePublished on Feb. 9 2004 by Hanan
One of Nora Robert's best books ever (in my opinion) and some of her best characters. The story is the second in the 'Born In... Read morePublished on Nov. 30 2003 by Meagan
I really wanted this book to be good. It had the right setting: Ireland. The right pairing: a skillful, self-confident woman and a tormented man, who is a writer (very interesting... Read morePublished on May 27 2003 by Java Wench