The Galway Girls (Village of Ballydara, #4)

The Galway Girls (Village of Ballydara, #4)

by Susan Colleen Browne

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Overview

Two friends search for their heart's desire in this small-town romantic story set in Ireland. Kerry has fallen in love all over again with her husband Stephen, and after their miscarriage, she longs to try for another baby. But will her lifelong quest of having a farm bring an end to her marriage?

Her best friend Fiona has left her free-spirited life behind her. Or so she thinks—until she finds herself caught between Dublin artist Colm, the man she was once mad about, and the sweet, youthful passion of Davie, who can see the woman she's meant to be. Follow this warmhearted tale of women's friendship and love lost and love found among the misty green hills of the Galway countryside!

The Galway Girls is the sequel to The Hopeful Romantic, Book 3 of the Ballydara series…Here's praise for The Hopeful Romantic:

"The pages of this engaging story explores many facets about marriage, relationships, and family life…It has been said that for a marriage to work, that the partners must fall in love over and over with each other. Kudos to Browne for capturing this important life lesson about re-discovering true love in such an entertaining manner. We certainly do hope that the author will continue to transport us to the Emerald Isle in her next novel in the Village of Ballydara series."     —Chanticleer Reviews

About the Author:

Susan Colleen Browne weaves her love of Ireland and her passion for country living into her Village of Ballydara series, novels and stories of love, friendship and family set in the Irish countryside. She's also the author of two country memoirs, the award-winning Little Farm in the Foothills and the sequel, Little Farm Homegrown, as well as the Morgan Carey fantasy-adventure series for tweens, set near Seattle. A community college creative writing instructor, Susan runs a mini-farm in the foothills of the Pacific Northwest. Many of the farm adventures in The Galway Girls have been inspired by Susan's real-life country experiences!  

Product Details

BN ID: 2940155003274
Publisher: Whitethorn Press
Publication date: 11/20/2017
Series: Village of Ballydara , #4
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 3 MB

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