A green journey
" Hassler's characters have old-fashioned values and typical human failings; they make this a novel to restore your faith in humanity." LOS ANGELES TIMESAgatha McGee is following a dream, though it might be late in the game. She's just retired from a career of teaching and travels to Ireland in search of the romance she never had time for. And along the way, she not only discovers people she would never have let herself know before, but learns through experience, at long last, that love is unpredictable, unstoppable, and never appears as we dream it will. "From the Paperback edition."
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