Diane Kelly is the author of the popular Death and Taxes romantic mystery series published by St. Martin's Press. Diane won a Romance Writers of America Golden Heart Award in 2009. Her books have also won over two dozen RWA chapter awards. Book #2 in her Death and Taxes series - Death, Taxes, and a Skinny No-Whip Latte - was awarded a 2012 Reviewers Choice Award. Visit Diane online at www.dianekelly.com, www.Facebook.com/dianekellybooks, and www.Twitter.com/dianekellybooks. Be the first to learn of new releases by signing up for her newsletter at her website.
Love, Luck, and Little Green Menby Diane Kelly
Single mom Erin Flaherty is down on her luck. Not only is she fighting romantic feelings for Father Brendan O�Donnell, St. Anthony�s brown-eyed and broad-shouldered priest, but she also faces a heartbreaking choice. After the vet diagnoses her son�s Irish Setter with a life-threatening illness, Erin must find
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A life-affirming tale of fantasy, fate, and love.
Single mom Erin Flaherty is down on her luck. Not only is she fighting romantic feelings for Father Brendan O�Donnell, St. Anthony�s brown-eyed and broad-shouldered priest, but she also faces a heartbreaking choice. After the vet diagnoses her son�s Irish Setter with a life-threatening illness, Erin must find a way to raise the funds for the surgery that could save him. Unfortunately, the income from her shoe repair business and Irish step-dancing lessons barely put food on the table. What�s a woman to do?
When an odd little man appears in Erin�s life, her entire belief system is challenged. Can she keep her faith in the luck �o the Irish and the power of love?
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I thoroughly enjoy Ms. Kelly's Tara Holloway books. They're well-plotted, funny, sexy, and have engaging characters and good suspense/action. As much as I like the Holloway books, I dislike this book! It is tedious! At least a hundred pages are wasted hammering home the main character's feelings of guilt and inadequacy. It's so overdone, you go from feeling sorry for the main character to wishing she'd just quit whining already. It has some points of humor, some potentially interesting characters, and a different plot line, but all that is swamped in a miasma of unnecessary verbiage. The editor let the author down on this one! Save your money on this one and purchase the Holloway series instead.
What do a struggling single mom, an abiding faith in God, Leprechans and a step dancing priest have in common? In Diane Kelly's hands they combine for a satisfying lovestory, unlikely as the mix may be. Don't miss this one, it will warm the cockles of your heart!