Summary

Determined to reevaluate her life, Jude Murray flees America to take refuge in Faerie Hill Cottage, where she immerses herself in the study of Irish Folklore and discovers hope for the future in the magic of the past. Finally back home in Ireland after years of traveling, Aidan Gallagher possesses an uncommon understanding of his country's haunting myths. Although he's devoted to managing the family pub, a hint of wildness still glints in his stormy eyes. In Jude, he sees a woman who can both soothe his heart and stir his blood. And he begins to share the legends of the land with her, while they create a passionate history of their own.
Emerald Isle: listen to the rest of the Irish Jewels trilogy.
©2005 Nora Roberts (P)2005 Brilliance Audio
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Critic reviews

"Roberts, a storytelling wizard, is at her best here, creating a fantastic setting for the continuing romantic tales of the Gallaghers." ( Publishers Weekly
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5 out of 5 stars
By Mrs K.E. Hodgson on 02-08-17

very good

loved the story. Well told, read with expression and interest. great story. waiting to hear the next book.

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3 out of 5 stars
By Rebecca on 02-04-17

This narrator is awful

This is a typical Nora Roberts novel. Exactly what you'd expect. Only one irritating thing; Irish people don't speak Gaelic, we speak Irish.
The really annoying bit was the narration. The "Irish" accents were horrendous. I have never heard an Irish person that sounded anything like this. It was actually painful.
Also, she manages to mispronounce every single Irish word.
I won't be getting the next two instalments because I can't stand this woman's narration.

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2 out of 5 stars
By Pam Sturgess on 06-09-11

Adding another name to my Worst Narrator List

This average book might have been elevated to bearable if it had been narrated by Davina Porter or Susan Erikson was made completely unbearable by this narrator. I cannot believe she is paid for this work.

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27 of 27 people found this review helpful

4 out of 5 stars
By Samantha on 11-07-11

Great Book - Bad Narrator

This book is a beautiful, well-written and colorful story with such dynamic descriptions of the Irish countryside that you truly feel like you're there. Unfortunately, the narrator is not quite as appealing. The first few hours of this book are almost painful to listen to, but she does improve and the other two books in the trilogy are much better. Hang in there, and it's worth it!

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24 of 24 people found this review helpful

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