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by Patricia Daniels,Nora Roberts

  • ISBN: 1587880385
  • Author: Patricia Daniels,Nora Roberts
  • ePub ver: 1769 kb
  • Fb2 ver: 1769 kb
  • Rating: 4.3 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio; Abridged edition (November 28, 2000)
  • Formats: mbr docx rtf lrf
  • Category: Romance
  • Subcategory: Contemporary
epub Jewels of the Sun (Gallaghers of Ardmore Trilogy) download

Jewels of the Sun book. Nora Roberts is probably one of the reasons why, because her romanticism, blatant sentiment of Ireland gives me the heebie jeebies.

Jewels of the Sun book. The musical quality of the accents (check), the supposed magic that lies 'neath every knoll, the air charged with the hum of the good people, and everyone is either kissing a blarney stone or drinking the blessed Guiness. Yeah, as a Brit, I'm going to say this: I am ambivalent when American writers write about Europe, especially the lands of their blessed ancestors.

I can only say, that Patricia Daniels, the "actress" who reads the Irish Trilogy must either be related to Ms. Roberts and Ms. Roberts was forced to use "cousin Pat" or she has to have some sort of blackmail hold on Ms. Roberts to ruin these wonderful books. It's worse than the worst "Reading Time" at the public library.

BOOK ONE OF THE GALLAGHERS OF ARDMORE TRILOGY In Gallagher’s Pub, where the fire is burning low and .

BOOK ONE OF THE GALLAGHERS OF ARDMORE TRILOGY In Gallagher’s Pub, where the fire is burning low and the pints are waiting. In the character of Jude Murray, Nora Roberts has created a sophisticated woman whose internal development from skittish recluse to confident lover is realistic and convincing. Carefully avoiding the "good man is a solution to all problems" plot, Roberts lets Jude and Aidan interact and develop individually, as well as together as a couple.

Jewels of the Sun, . Part of Gallaghers of Ardmore series by Nora Roberts. She prefaces her telling of the Lady Gwen tale by stating she’d never told me this story

Jewels of the Sun, . She prefaces her telling of the Lady Gwen tale by stating she’d never told me this story. She must be mistaken, as portions of it were very familiar to me while Aidan was relating it to me. Logically, I dreamed of it because the memory of the story was in my subconscious and being in the cottage tripped it free. Jude stopped typing, pushed back, drummed her fingers. Yes, of course, that was it.

Jewels of the Sun. Written by Nora Roberts. Narrated by Patricia Daniels

Jewels of the Sun. Narrated by Patricia Daniels. Book One of the Gallaghers of Ardmore Trilogy. Determined to reevaluate her life, Jude Murray flees America to take refuge in Faerie Hill Cottage, immersing herself in the study of Irish folklore and discovering hope for the future of the magical past.

Nora Roberts publishes numerous books every year, including detective romances . Jewels of the Sun" ("Gallaghers of Ardmore"). While 2004 saw the completion of "The Key Trilogy," it also marked the release of "Blue Dahlia," first in a trilogy called "In the Garden.

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Book one of the gallaghers of ardmore trilogy. Finally back home in Ireland after years of traveling, Aidan Gallagher possesses an uncommon understanding of his country’s haunting myths.

Jewels of the Sun - By : Nora Roberts. Determined to re-evaluate her life, Jude Murray flees America to take refuge in Faerie Hill Cottage in the small Irish village of Ardmore. Surrounded by the beautiful scenery and refreshed by a more relaxed lifestyle, Jude finds herself fascinated by the local folklore. Finally back in Ireland after years of travelling, Aidan Gallagher is also something of an expert when it comes to his country's haunting myths

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.
Comments (7)

Beranyle
I love Nora Roberts books, she's such a great storyteller. This book is based in Ireland and it's magic, ghosts, and Irish legends, passed onto generation to generation. I really liked the main characters, as stubborn as they were, and the other supporting characters as well. The Irish are passionate people and that comes out in this story. I've just started book 2 so I could read about them. I loved how I could visualize the Irish landscape by the descriptions Mrs. Roberts provided, not too much detail, but enough to make me want to go visit Ireland. The main characters are very relatable, each flawed in their own way, and they have issues they need to work out in themselves to be truly happy. Jude's been raised to be ladylike, uptight and repressed by her proper mother and thinks fulfilling her dreams is foolishness. It's better to have a good supporting job than to do something you love, doubting her ability to succeed. I enjoyed seeing her blossom and come into her own during the book. Aidan is the typically handsome, charming, yet rough around the edges type of guy. He's taken on the responsibility of running the family pub that has been in the family for generations and enjoys it, he's very hard working, and has a way of reading people as bartenders tend to do over time, but yet can be clueless as men can sometimes be about relationships. I don't want to give anything away so I won't go into further detail. I will say while there is sexual content in the book, it's not all through the book and it's not explicit. You know what's happening without them describing every little detail. There is mild cursing (no F bombs), but it was appropriate considering the personalities of the people cursing.
Kikora
... and I'm in my mid 60's! Not sure why I waited so long, but the theme of faeries, magic and love drew me to it. I was totally captivated by the story. It did get a little cumbersome with descriptions in some spots, but I just skimmed over them once I realized that they were not needed to enhance the enchantment of the story. I read books of all genres, but when I read a fantasy, that's exactly what I want, and this is exactly what I got. I want to be transported to a time and place that are so out of my ordinary daily life, then when I'm done reading, I feel renewed, exuberant for life, and my imagination starts blooming again. When I read a romance novel, I want to feel totally in love with life, brimming with hope and expectation, and I want to identify with the characters on multi-levels. This book did all of that for me. My secret indulgence has become this trilogy and I am looking forward to reading the second in the series. I have a lot of Nora Roberts' reading to catch up on ... and so little time :))
unmasked
I discovered Norah Roberts a couple of years ago and I'm really thankful that she is a prolific author. I've read a number of her books and I really enjoy her series books. Each is always a stand-alone complete novel, but they all work together to give you a larger story.

This book came up at a lower than normal price and so I grabbed it. She does Irish stories so well; she clearly loves Ireland and its inhabitants. It makes me wish I could visit that lovely country. In this book she skillfully weaves a bit of magic through the story, giving it a special charm. The main character, Jude, comes to Ireland to escape from the desperation of a life lived only for others and in need of some serious soul healing. She comes to learn much about herself and discovers inner strength and gives wing to a dream she never dared to dream. It was wonderful to watch her take root and bud and then bloom like one of the beautiful flowers in the garden of the cottage where she lives in Ireland.

In addition to a tale of self discovery and personal growth, there is also the love story. Magical people making magic in more ways than one. I found myself laughing and crying at different parts of the book. I tried to tell myself that I would just buy the one book, but there are two others in the trilogy and now I know I will have to budget for the others. I want to see how the other people in the book play their parts in the two other books in this series.
Sharpbrew
The first time I read this book I was 13 and had snatched it from my mother's book collection. :) 16 years later I have read this dozens of times and listened to the audio book just as many. Jude and Aiden, along with all their family and friends wind around your heart and put you into the story as if you were there, living their words, thoughts, emotions, and the magic of the tale. I will always love this book. It will always be the jewel of my collection, and a book I will re-read dozens of times in the future.

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