Irish Thoroughbred It was a dream come true for Irish lass Adelia Cunnane -- to work with her uncle, a horse trainer at Royal Meadows, one of the most renowned stables in the world. But there was a catch, and his name was Travis Grant. He was the stable's owner, and a man as proud, as passionate, as opinionated as . . . herself.
Irish Rose When Adelia's feisty cousin Erin McKinnon first meets Burke Logan, she's not impressed. He's a womanizing, cigar-smoking gambler who won the farm beside Royal Meadows in a game of poker. He has money -- too much for Erin's liking -- and a bad reputation. But Burke keeps staring at her -- and Erin keeps finding herself staring back. And she's beginning to think she may have finally met her match . . . --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
Adelia Cunnane stared out the window without seeing the magic layer of clouds. Some formed into mountains, others glaciers, flattening and thinning into an ice-encrusted lake; but, for one experiencing her first air journey, she found the view uninspiring. Her mind was crowded with doubts and uncertainties that merged with a strong pang of homesickness for a small farm in Ireland. But both farm and Ireland were now very far away, and every minute that crawled by brought her closer to America and strangers. She knew, with a sigh of frustration, that nothing in her life had ever prepared her properly to cope with either. finding the soft lilt of her voice as sweet as a summer breeze.