Daire Arlen is immature and arrogant and doesn't appreciate that perhaps her grandfather left her more than a house in Northern Ireland. He left her a passport to her heritage, a chance to draw the curtain back on the past, on the place where she came from, to learn how to make happiness with harp strings and a pocketful of emeralds. He just might have left her the one man who could teach her what it meant to be Irish.
What are people saying about
Learning to Be Irish?
Loved this story. Wonderful characters and dialogue. Beautifully descriptive. One of the most pleasant reads I've enjoyed since last I saw a leprechaun. Anne Hughes
You won't go wrong with this one if you are a romantic at heart. Betty, Amazon reader
For those of us who have Irish ancestors, we may need to be reminded. Now that I have finished the book, I feel that I have a better appreciation for my heritage. Kathleen Kelley, Amazon Reader