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With nothing but their love for each other to keep them going, one man and one woman must try to hold their family estate together during the Irish Potato Famine.
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With nothing but their love for each other to keep them going, one man and one woman must try to hold their family estate together during the Irish Potato Famine.
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  • ISBN-13: 9780843954753
  • Publisher: Dorchester Publishing Company, Inc.
  • Publication date: 12/7/2004
  • Pages: 352
  • Product dimensions: 4.16 (w) x 6.76 (h) x 0.92 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 6, 2004

    Call Home The Heart

    When suicide ends the life of a tyranical landowner, his new bride is left bewildered and saddled with a failing set of holdings. Fortunately, those lands come with a handsome, loyal, and passionate manager, Lochlainn Roche, who is more than willing to help Muireann Caldwell save his boyhood home. Their passion for Barnakilla extends to each other, then from the grave, Muireann's husband reaches out to endanger their joy. With a cloud of possible murder charges hanging over them, the lovers must clear Lochlainn's name before they can have a life together. Using a seldom utilized setting and strong characterization, Ms. Farrell has created a true gem for historical fans in search of something new and different.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    deep historical

    In the early 1840s in Ireland, Lochlan loves his home Barnakilla but fears that he will have to confront the abusive owner Augustine Caldwell eventually though he knows altercation means losing. However, his anticipated quarrel will wait as Augustine has left on his honeymoon in Dublin with his new wife Muirecann. Lochlan prays that Muirecann somehow mellows her spouse into caring more for the well-being of his tenants, but expects she will end up another abused victim. Instead, Augustine commits suicide leaving a stunned Muirecann to return home in scandal.--- Muirecann tries to do the right thing with the people working the land though she has pressure from Augustine¿s family who question why he took his life when he seemed to have everything to live for. Needing an ally, she turns to Lochlan for help as they share a love for the land. As the potato famine spreads, Lochlan and Muirecann fall in love, but now he falls under suspicion of killing Augustine as he has several publicly known motives.--- This is an engaging historical romance with a touch of a who-done-it that emphasizes the setting during a period when people are in trouble. Shannon Farrell provides a powerful picture of a not so enchanted Ireland that in spite of the food shortage still paints quite a magical land especially seen through the hero¿s eyes. Readers will agree the lead couple belongs together although the odds of achieving that seem astronomical; in spite of their solid believable duet and a strong supportive cast inside a deep historical, 1840s Eire is the soul of CALL HOME THE HEART.--- Harriet Klausner

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