My Dark Rose – Cynthia Owens | Preview & Blurb

My Dark Rose…Like the Wild Geese of Old Ireland, five boys grew to manhood despite hunger, war, and the mean streets of New York…

 

He was the lucky one…

Dary Greely is the only one of his brothers and sisters to survive the hunger in Ireland and the coffin ship to America. He was the one whose parents made a bit of money, the one who emerged from the war virtually unscathed. He was the lucky one…but when the war ended, his luck ran out.

She was burdened by too many responsibilities…

Róisín Donavan is an Irish girl who lives in a Five Points tenement room. She dreams of a future as a great diva and sings Irish songs at Paddy Ryan’s Pub. But her stubborn Irish pride won’t allow her to abandon her family, even if it means sacrificing everything for them.

Can Dary make Róisín see her true worth? Can Róisín heal the festering wounds that tear at Dary’s soul? And can love truly mend their grieving hearts?

More from Cynthia Owens later today.

 

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7 responses to “My Dark Rose – Cynthia Owens | Preview & Blurb

  1. Hi Lily, thanks so much for having me today! 🙂

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  2. Hi Cynthia and Lily. Cynthia, your blurb sounds so intriguing. Best of luck with the release!

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  3. Barbara, so glad you enjoyed the blurb. Thanks for the kind words, and thanks for visiting me here today!

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  4. What a great blurb!! I tweeted.

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  5. Thanks, Ella, glad you enjoyed it. Thanks for visiting!

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