This book bundle includes three contemporary romance novels from the best-selling series, Home to Green Valley (O'Neill Brothers).
What Love Can Do, Book One
When a sweet and sassy baker meets the new Irishman in town, things start to sizzle...
Quinn O'Neill gave up being a professional rugby player to help his mam after his dad died, and now she's gone too. All that's left for him in Dublin? Four younger brothers, and elusive dreams to explore. Then he finds a journal revealing family secrets, and heads to Northern California wine country, where his mam grew up.
That's when Quinn meets her....
Lilly Parker. She's the baker at the B&B, an amazing gazelle of a woman. Blonde. Curvy. With high cheekbones that give her the look of an old-fashioned pin-up with a naughty side. She's wearing a pink and black apron that reads "Life is Short - Lick the Bowl", and all Quinn can imagine is them: her, wearing nothing but that apron, and him, licking and savoring.
The more time they spend together, the more Quinn believes Lilly's the one. Only she's headed to Miami in a week's time to pursue her own dream, and he has a decision to make.
Does he go back to Dublin and his rugby career? Or does he make a home in the enchanted valley town, start his life fresh, and see if love's enough to make Lilly his forever?
The Way Love Goes, Book Two
A middle child of five Irish brothers, Conor O'Neill always enjoyed life footloose and fancy free. Then Con's mother dies and he's never felt so lost. With his oldest brother, Con explores new possibilities in Green Valley, California, where his mother grew up. Finding inspiration in the great, wide Pacific, Con opens a surf shop in nearby Timber Cove where he meets the classiest lass he's ever seen.
The bonds of the O'Neill family and their resilience in the face of tragedy combine to leave a lasting impression.
What Love Can Do is a story of hope in times of hopeless.
The Way Love Goes is a story of personal growth.
I'm Gonna Love You is a story of sorrow, triumph and love.
With this series Ms. DePaul gives you a sense of family, but she also allows you to experience the healing of each brother as they find their own place in a new homeland.
Would you try another book written by Virna DePaul or narrated by Charles Lawrence?
What was the most interesting aspect of this story? The least interesting?
More erotica than story by the time you get to book 3
Was a bit too much really
What do you think the narrator could have done better?
not narrator issues
Could you see Home to Green Valley Boxed Set: Books 1-3, O'Neill Brothers being made into a movie or a TV series? Who would the stars be?