Jewels of the Sun

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First in a new Irish trilogy, Roberts' novel finds Aidan Gallahger back home in Ireland, managing the family pub and sharing the legends of the land with an American woman who is immersing herself in the study of Irish folklore. They create a passionate history of their own. Original

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MaggieDee

Feb 10, 2011

Irish Fantasy

This Irish series has to be one of the most "fun" series Nora Roberts ever wrote.
I bought this book for a friend, but then told her I'd like it back after she read it, as I would like to read it again.

Ashleagh

Jun 11, 2007

A perfect Romance Novel

Ok, take the Irish landscape, put a 6ft tall incredibly handsome male in it with a heroin whose in contact with a Faery-prince in awaitings for his beloved and what do you get?. A perfect romance novel swiping you off your feet like only Nora Roberts can!!!

The Irish Myths entwined in this story were lovely to come across again. You can really feel Nora?s love for Ireland. Eventhough this novel talks about a prophecy it?s not taking the overhand on the story, which makes it a great love-story to read.

It describes the search of a 28-year old Jude to find herself, find out what it truly is she wants and longs for and if that happens to be 31 year old Aidan Gallagher that will suit him just fine. When he asks her to marry him and she says no, his arrogance starts to surface bringing him in experiences he never been in before.

What I love most is how, as a 29 year old woman myself, I can really relate to that search Jude is going through. Everyone has a search like that in their life, where you accumulate what you?ve achieved and see if it really is what you want, and if not, just change the whole setting to your liking. It?s such a simple thing Nora Roberts used to make a story around but when it?s well written it makes a great story to read while sipping tea and eating biccies.

All in all this novel is yet again showing Nora Roberts being a solid-great romance author. I?m looking forward to read on in this trilogy and see if Shawn and Darcy will find their life?s roots as well in Ardmore, county Waterford, Ireland.

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