Tag: Irish immigrants

Love Remains by Sarah M. Eden

Love Remains by Sarah M. Eden

For nearly a year, Tavish O’Connor has carried the crushing weight of his family’s future on his shoulders. He has taken on the care of his youngest brother, Finbarr, who lost his eyesight in a terrible accident. But the lad needs more than Tavish can provide. Finbarr needs hope. Cecily Attwater specializes in hope. As a tutor to the newly blind, she has dedicated her […]

September 6, 2017 / 0 Comments
My Dearest Love by Sarah M. Eden

My Dearest Love by Sarah M. Eden

Ian O’Connor spends his days in the purgatory of a New York textile factory, enduring the dangerous conditions to keep his family afloat. Somewhere in the vast, dark corridors of his daily prison is an angel. He has seen her only once but is determined to find her again. Biddy Dillon has lost her home and her family. Loneliness chips away at her fragile hopes […]

July 13, 2017 / 1 Comment
Cinnamon Moon by Tess Hilmo

Cinnamon Moon by Tess Hilmo

On the same day as the Great Chicago Fire of 1871, 250 miles away in Peshtigo, Wisconsin, there was an even more devastating fire. Twelve-year-old Ailis and her younger brother, Quinn, survive, but their family does not. Ailis and Quinn are taken by a family acquaintance to live in a boarding house in Chicago, where they meet six-year-old Nettie, an orphan displaced by Chicago’s fire. […]

October 19, 2016 / 0 Comments
Hope Springs by Sarah M. Eden

Hope Springs by Sarah M. Eden

Katie Macauley gave up her lifelong dream of returning to Ireland in order to make a home for herself in Hope Springs, Wyoming, but her future has never been so uncertain. Katie’s heart still remains sharply divided between playful Tavish and steady Joseph, though she feels ill-prepared to make a decision. Furthermore, the town is more divided than ever with both the Irish and the […]

February 19, 2014 / 3 Comments
Longing For Home by Sarah M. Eden

Longing For Home by Sarah M. Eden

Though she was only a child during the darkest days of Ireland’s Great Famine, Katie Macauley feels responsible for the loss of her family’s land and the death of her sister. Now a woman grown, Katie has left Ireland for America and the promise of earning money enough to return home again and plead for her family’s forgiveness. She arrives in Hope Springs, Wyoming Territory, […]

August 5, 2013 / 9 Comments