A St. Patrick’s Day wealth of books!

Hi All. I’m joining 7 other fabulous writers and we’re offering you a variety of Irish-themed books for this wonderful holiday. From Irish heroes to heroines, and visits to the magical isle, these books are great representations of the Irish culture and people.

The Accidental Heiress by CJ Fosdick   A plane crash in the Shannon River spins Jessica’s belated Irish honeymoon into a hot boil of mystery and unexpected emotions.   Learn MoreMy Wild Irish Dragon by Ashlyn Chase   Dragon shifter Chloe Arish uses her Irish charm and fake documents to score an interview with the Boston Fire Department.   Learn More
Bail Out by Suzanne Winslow   Raised in a traditional Irish family, Nate respects commitment. So much that he has no intention of going down that road again.   Learn MoreOut of The Blue by Caroline Clemmons   Deirdre Dougherty never cursed at anyone, much less put a curse on the potato crop of her remote Irish village…   Learn More
Damage Done by MJ Schiller   When an unhappy youth leaves him damaged, will Teddy McKee be able to find love?         Learn MoreNew Release! Shamrocks Are a Girl’s Best Friend by Lucinda Race   Battered, broken, and looking for solitude, smoke jumper Tric heads to Last Chance Beach. Kelly knows this is the best place for him. Will a bit of Irish luck help them find love?   Learn More
New Release! Mix and Match by Peggy Jaeger   Divorced nurse Jasmine Green retains the services of a successful matchmaker. But the red-haired beauty wants a different kind of marriage than the one Donovan considers ideal. Learn MoreTess by Annee Jones   A betrayal…a secret baby…an unknown imposter…will Tessa survive the wagon train journey to Oregon after her life is threatened? And if so, what will she do when she gets there?   Learn More

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3 responses to “A St. Patrick’s Day wealth of books!

  1. These all sound wonderful and I see some authors here that I have not heard of before. Thanks, Peggy, and best wishes!

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  2. MJ Schiller

    Thanks for the plug, Peggy!

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