I was kindly gifted this book in exchange for my honest opinion and a review.
This is the second book in the Ballybeg series you can read this brilliant book in order or as a stand alone.
I was so excited to read about the mysterious Ruairí from the snippets in book one i new he was one to watch out for and i was spot on.
Ruairí MacCarthy and Jayme King got married in Manhattan and were happy until Ruairí left his life in New York to deal with a family crisis in Ireland but in doing this he left behind someone very important to him his wife . know Twelve months later, he has traded in suits and his once Wall Street career for jeans and a job taking care of his family’s pub in Ballybeg. Just When his life is settled or so he thinks his estranged wife bursts right back on the scene and right back into his life looking for reconciliation that she so craves, Ruairí has a hard decision he must decide if home is truly where the heart is.
Jayme King knows she has made a big mistake in letting her husband go and now she is in Ireland and wants Ruairí back. She’s prepared to battle anything even her crazy Irish in-laws to get him back. Jayme soon Discovers Ruairí has lied about his past and what a shock to her it is, but Jayme has had months come to terms with the betrayal.
Can she persuade him to return with her back to America and give their marriage a go once again or will she fall in love with Ballybeg just as much as she is in love with her husband.
This book is brilliant very cleverly written with some twists and turns from the characters which set the book up so nicely.
I loved Ruairí family as dysfunctional as they where most of them try to make the most out of there life just like his little sister Sharon, i had a little cry over his mum she is a fighter bless her.
I adore Sharon she is so spunky and misunderstood i really think she has a great heart underneath and especially after everything she has and is going through, she is the one character that stood out for me i simply cant wait to read more from her.
Another great book from Zara Keane,
4 Out Of 5 From Cariad Books