When the Dead Travel the Ancient Roads of Ireland
A young woman emigrates from Ireland to the USA in the 1950s. It’s a time of change and opportunity and anything could happen.
My Guest today is Claire Fullerton, touring with her new book DANCING TO AN IRISH REEL. I’ve read lots of what I call Rock Romance, so I was attracted to Claire’s book because it wasn’t about rock and roll musicians but traditional Irish music artists. I thought this would be something different for you all! […]
A young, museum fund raising and development staffer is being used by the fae to bring down the wall between worlds. The only person who can help is the fae sorcerer she doesn’t want to be attracted to but is — desperately. Can he help her or will the fae come back and be the stuff of nightmares again? This is no fairy tale!
by fangswandsfairy • Book Review Fiction, Historical Romance • Tags: Addiction, aristocracy, British, England, English, Fenian, hunger, Ireland, Irish, Irish diaspora, mental illness, Potato Famine, Saint Patrick, Victorian, Victorian era
An addicted British aristocrat is treated by an Irish nurse, a lady herself, with her own troubles. They both discover themselves as they find each other. Looks at addiction, the potato famine and the complicated relationship between the Irish and the British.