Erin's Daughters

Erin's Daughters

by Gina Robinson

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Overview

Three women from different generations struggle to understand the nature of love and family and the complexities of life's choices...

Dani (Present day)

The clues to understanding her future lie hidden in the past. Solving a 130-year old mystery may be the only way to understand her life and save her crumbling marriage.

Maggie (Present day)

Maggie wants to complete the historical account of her Irish ancestor's arrival in North Idaho. But there's a piece of family drama missing that she can't figure out on her own. A tragedy she can't explain.

Mariah (1884)

Her head filled with gold dust dreams, Mariah heads west in search of her fortune in North Idaho's gold rush. Entangled in the lives of two men, neither exactly whom they appear to be, she makes a choice that will echo through to the present.

>>>Historical Fiction--Western

>>>Family Drama ebook

>>>Contemporary Women's Fiction

>>>Western Historical Romance

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780692410066
Publisher: Gina\Robinson
Publication date: 04/03/2015
Pages: 298
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.62(d)

About the Author

Gina Robinson was born in Baltimore, Maryland but grew up in the Pacific Northwest and considers herself a native of Washington State. Since her debut novel was published, her books have delighted readers and received positive reviews in Publishers Weekly, Booklist, and Romantic Times Book Reviews.

As a voracious reader herself and fan of all types of romantic stories, she writes romance and women's fiction across a wide variety of subgenres-new adult, contemporary, historical, and romantic suspense. Her love stories are infused with a happy blend of romance, adventure, a bit of mystery, and humor. Readers are drawn to the light touch she gives even serious topics and the fast, fun, easy-to-read pace of her books. From college campus to Seattle to Las Vegas to England, her settings become almost characters of their own, driving the story.

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