Gaelic Girls [NOOK Book]

Overview

Sean Clancy Shaunessy believed he was thrice cursed when his wife delivered three beautiful baby daughters and then promptly died. Sean knew for a fact that as he guiltily watched over the body of his beloved, but much put upon, Maeve, the fairies absconded with his three precious and sweet-natured babies and left three willful, stubborn, spritely fairy babies in their place. They couldn't be his daughters! Of course, they resembled him with their flashing emerald eyes and thick, dark hair, but that's where the ...
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Gaelic Girls

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Overview

Sean Clancy Shaunessy believed he was thrice cursed when his wife delivered three beautiful baby daughters and then promptly died. Sean knew for a fact that as he guiltily watched over the body of his beloved, but much put upon, Maeve, the fairies absconded with his three precious and sweet-natured babies and left three willful, stubborn, spritely fairy babies in their place. They couldn't be his daughters! Of course, they resembled him with their flashing emerald eyes and thick, dark hair, but that's where the similarities ended. Now, after all these years of coddling and spoiling them, it seemed that each is determined to become an old maid, intent on keeping him from pursuing his passion--ale at the local tavern in the company of bar maid Seraphina. Well, enough is enough and Sean is determined to find husbands for Treasa, Fiona and Bridget. As if any of the three had any time for men. The girls set out to prove that they are more than any man could handle. And, if their father doesn't forget this nonsense, they'll teach him a lesson he'll never forget...as well as the men--Aidan, Cian and Declan--he drags home.
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Editorial Reviews

Chris Bellar
What's better than a matchmaking cupid? A father of triplets who wants to find just the right husband for each of his girls. This is the story of Treasa, Fiona and Bridget. The three beautiful daughters of Sean Clancy Shaunessy.This book is a treat as it gives you the chance to read four love stories. Three with the triplets and a surprise arrow from cupid right into the heart of Sean Shaunessy himself. My hat is off to Ms. Childers as she has spun a tale that touches your heart...
Holly Janey
Leta Nolan Childers is a master at storytelling. From the heart wrenching beginning of the story to the nail biting ending, you'll travel a gauntlet of emotions as you travel chapter by chapter through the lives of the Shaunessy triplets on their way to love everlasting.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940000949054
  • Publisher: DiskUs Publishing
  • Publication date: 2/14/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,321,311
  • File size: 389 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 3, 2000

    Love Comes In Threes

    Triplets--each one of a kind try to keep the family farm running with a father that is always lazy and sometimes?? drunk. The fairies really have their work cut out for them. An easy read and funny.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 6, 2000

    Keeps You Guessing!

    I think what I liked most about Gaelic Girls is that it not predictable like many books are these days. It 'keeps you guessing' as to who ends up with who right until the very end. I loved the Irish myths and legends that Nolan Childers used in the book. They intertwined very nicely with the plot and made for a great overall story. Once I started reading it, I 'couldn't put it down', I couldn't wait to see what happens next! After reading Gaelic Girls, I'm interested in reading other ebooks by Nolan Childers as well.

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