An Irish Heart
An Emerald Land – An Unknown Double –
Successful advertising manager, GRETA CONNER travels to Ireland to fulfill a last wish from her mother. After arriving in Ireland, she is drawn to a colorful village named Angel’s Hollow. When a dark-haired stranger approaches and calls her by another name, Greta is intrigued to discover she’s the image of AEDAN O’RIAIN’s ex-girlfriend. Does she have a close relative unknown to her?
Aedan can’t understand his misfortune. Along with near bankruptcy in his future, his ex is trying to fool him by claiming she’s Greta Conner from the States. Is it some sort of plot to further ruin his reputation? Adding to his angst, his brother, Reece, insists on dating Greta if Aedan will not. All will certainly be lost if Reece falls into her plans.
Angel’s Hollow becomes like home for Greta, and there’s no one her heart loves more than Aedan. But will an unknown twin threaten all she’s longed for?
What a fun and easy read. I think I had it finished in less than 24 hours. (It was the weekend, though, so there was time)
Being of northern European decent (mostly Scotish and English), I tend to gravitate toward books that take place in that area. Irish is not my typical country of interest (see where my heritage is from? These two groups don’t always get along – lol) but this particular story caught my eye so I thought I’d give it a read.
Crazy love triangles, assumptions made, and the discovery of one’s self are all played out in the pages of this story. Seeking God’s plan in life is a common thread throughout as well. The light dialect wasn’t hard to read and I enjoyed the banter that played out in the pages.
I had never read a book by Jackie Zack, but I am happy I found her.