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Irishman, Mike O’Malley is a staying kind of man, looking to settle down in Mindalby with a woman who loves the wild country and wants to get involved in the community. Rachael is not that girl, but the attraction is hard to deny. Determined to show Rachael that Mindalby can be a home, he draws her out into the community and deeper into his life. But when it comes time to make a decision, can he trust Rachael to risk her heart?
Read an Excerpt:
‘Sorry,’ she said. ‘I don’t play ball.’
He hugged the ball close to his chest. He understood that. None of his sisters were into sport either. But, he loved his sports; it was a major part of his life.
‘What do you play then? I’m up for anything.’
She rubbed her hands against the afternoon chill, as her clear blue eyes met his. His heart hammered. They were the prettiest eyes he’d ever seen, and if he wasn’t careful his concentration would take a serious hit, and he’d sound like some daft prick.
‘I’m not very sporty. How did they go?’
Mike shook his head. ‘Another loss,’ he all but whispered.
She gave him a soft smile. ‘Oh, that happens. Are you having a reconnoitre with them?’
His lips quivered, but he couldn’t hold back. He let out a belly laugh.
She’s gorgeous. A one-off.
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Thanks for hosting!ReplyDelete
Congrats on this tour and thank for the opportunity to read about another great book out there to read. It helps out so I can find books I know my family will enjoy reading. Thanks as well for the giveaway.ReplyDelete
I hope you, or your family, get a chance to read it James.Delete
Sounds like a good book.ReplyDelete
Hi Rita, I enjoyed writing it!Delete
A Reason to Stay sounds like a good read. Thank youReplyDelete
As I said above I enjoyed writing it, and I have a soft spot for Irish heroes.
Thanks for sharing the great post!ReplyDelete
I second that.
Thank you Nana for hosting my book. This is my first virtual book tour and I've me some lovely people.
Sounds like a nice book. Thanks for sharing Nana.ReplyDelete