Even the minor characters seem to breathe with life. Her ability to transport the reader from wherever they are to the small Irish village of Arlenhill is remarkable and enchanting. Susan Wells Bennett, author

Once again, Emjae Edwards has written a story that transports the reader into the minds, hearts, and locales of the characters. When you have finished 'Learning to be Irish', don't be surprised if you speak with a brogue (the accent, not the shoe) and bleed shamrocks. Morebooksplease, Amazon Reader

Learning to Be Irish


Emjae Edwards

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