Brotherly Love: A 19th Century Irish Romance
Ireland, 1835. Caitriona Brady is a widow who carries a torch for Michael Warner, the local priest’s brother. When they declare their love, the villagers disapprove. Caitriona’s husband was the champion fighter of the Bradys who regularly battle the Donnellans. Caitriona and Michael declare their neutrality, but nobody listens. Can their love survive when it is opposed on all sides?
Ireland, 1835. Faction fighting has left the parish of Doon divided between the followers of the Bradys and the Donnellans. Caitriona Brady is the widow of John, the Brady champion, killed two years ago. Matched with John aged eighteen, Caitriona didn’t love him and can’t mourn him. Now John’s mother is dead, too, and Caitriona is free to marry again.
Michael Warner is handsome, loves her, and he hasn’t allied himself with either faction. But what secret is he keeping from her? Is he too good to be true?
“An excellent book depicting village life and morals in the Ireland of 1835.” (Discovering Diamonds)