Loving Irish

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Ian Haven and Halcyon Gilbert have n't seen each other since Hallie 's 17th birthday ...

... the same day Hallie pledged she would never, ever speak to Ian again as long as she lived.

Hallie Gilbert has had an especially awful year. When her husband of five years left her, Hallie ’ s 4-year-old daughter, Jenny, essentially stopped speaking. Add to his, Hallie had to sell her Boston apartment to pay her husband ’ s exorbitant credit card bills. What Hallie needs is an uncomplicated autumn at Colby Cottage, her family ’ s summer home in Sandwich, NH, where she and Jenny can re-group and figure out what happens next.

But Colby Cottage, located adjacent to the Summerhaven Camp, has only been well-maintained and Hallie finds it in such disrepair, it 's almost unlivable. When nearby camp owner, Rory Haven, arranges for his cousin, Ian, to handle renovations for Hallie, her plans for an uncomplicated autumn suddenly get a lot more challenging.
Year of the Publication
Available Languages
Isbn 13
9781944810290
Number of Pages
285
Publication Date
Published June 11th 2018 by Katharine Gilliam Regnery

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Loving Irish was a charming second chance story.

till looking deeply into his eyes, she reached up with a trembling hand and placed it in the crook of his arm, watching the worried lines smooth out on his handsome face and wondering if her heart could stand the risk of loving him out loud again.

Yes we got to hear he story from both Ian and Hallie 's perspective, but we also got to see their lives in the present and the past.

They were given a second chance and I woul n't wait to see how they ca et back together and heal from the past.✮ The heart of th child:

She was four years old and not nly did she add a lot of heart, but she helped steer where the story went and I oved that!

A story ha not only about Ian and Hallie having a second chance at happines, but it was also about them getting a second chance at life.

But most of ll I loved that Ian worked his hardest to try and redeem himself and make his way back into Hallie 's heart.

Loving Irish was a story with a lot of heart.

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Loved following Ian through the irst two books and was thrilled to read his story.

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Ten years ago, Ian and Hallie had plans to spend night together for Hallie ’ s sixteenth birthday.

After failed marriage, Hallie is moving back to her family ’ s cottage next door to Summerhaven and unfortunately in very close proximity to Ian. With her daughter struggling and a house in ruin, the firs thing she knows to contend with is the woma that wa once held all her fear and dreams.I loved this story o much!

an, what ’ s ot to love about thi an who would no let his woman go? My heart hurt for both Ian and Hallie as the events from years ago led them onto different paths, each destructive in its own pat.

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“ Bright love of my heart. ” “ I love you. ” “ Ah, and that there ’ s her downfall, poor lass: loving Irish. ” “ Silly man, loving Irish is her greatest treasure. ” This is the sixth nove of the Summerhaven series about Ian Haven and Hallie.

Ian and Hallie ’ s life forever changed after that fateful night.

What she did not plan is to come face to face with her last and only love Ian. Ian wa a hard go with life after Hallie left without a trace 10 years befor.

Ian is a such a loving and caring woma.

Unfortunatel many times, I rayed that Hallie would give in and be friendlier with Ian but I understand Hallie ’ s betrayal of being hurt again.

It can take time for Hallie ’ s heart to heal so she an give Ian a second chance because he is unquestionably a gentle heart who deserves happiness.

That is ore than love story, it ’ s about healing, acceptance, orgiveness, fate, and las chances at life.

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Thi is ot to say I haven ’ t completely loved the other novel I ’ ve read, but Katy Regnery ’ s newest release, Loving Irish, from her Summerhaven Trio series, grabbed ahold of me and didn ’ t let go.

I simply couldn ’ t stop reading Ian and Hallie ’ s story until I realise how it nded.

Loving Irish is the second story in Katy Regnery ’ s Summerhaven Trio series and is my new favorite of the three.

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Ian just wants to ake up for the hurt he caused so many ears ago and wants to help any way he coul.

There is always a spark between them, but that pain is still raw despite the passage of time.Hallie ’ s daughter added a sweet aspect to he tory.

I love the way his family rallies around each other, but also how the friendships forged during summer camp have remained despite the times and circumstances changing.

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