Irish Inheritance (Mist Na Mara #1)


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The last thing English actress Jenna Sutton expected is to inherit money—and half of a house in Ireland! When she discovers the handsome American artist she’s met at the airport is the recipient of the other half of the house, Jenna wonders what kind of trick Fate is playing—for she certainly doesn’t need a man complicating her life now that she’s on the verge of stardom!

Guy Sinclair has fallen on hard times and just sworn off actresses after being burned by his “ex”, Suzie. Selling the house he’s inherited—or his half of it—could be the new start he’s needed to get back to painting what really matters—art, not signage. But it doesn’t take more than five minutes in the presence of Miss Jenna Sutton to make Guy realize that there’s much more than a house at stake here—his heart could be forfeit, as well.

Curious about their unknown benefactress and why they are considered ‘family’, they discover surprising links to the original owners of the house.

As they begin to unravel an intriguing tale of a 19th century love affair, they have no choice but to give in to their own attraction for one another.

Unavoidable events pull Jenna and Guy back to their separate lives in London and the United States, and tension builds over their impending decision about the house—to sell or not to sell? And once that decision is final, what will become of them?

Will their IRISH INHERITANCE bring them together—or drive them apart forever?

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