The Quinns and the McClains. Two families from County Cork, Ireland. Three generations of lives inextricably intertwined by a legacy of promises. Made and broken. . .
By Fathers. . .
During Ireland's civil war, Aiden McClain found recognition and glory--by betraying his best friend Jack Quinn. Too bad he'd forgotten that paybacks could be hell. . .
Sons. . .
Donal McClain had come second to his friend Rory Quinn all his life. That is, until Rory went off to fight in World War II--and Donal married Rory's fiancee. . .
Seamus Quinn had always loved Fiona McClain. So, when Fiona found herself pregnant and alone, Seamus offered to marry her. It was a marriage of convenience. But Seamus wanted Fiona as his wife--in everysense of the word!
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
After reading the books about the present day Quins - this book is especially interesting about the early Quin Family. One confusing area - either publishing error or misgiuded editing -- chapters NOT in sequence made story 'jagged',difficult to keep timeline correct. But book is still a 'MUST' read.