A Black Rose for the Angels' Share

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Xlibris Corporation, Oct 1, 2012 - Fiction - 382 pages
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The decision to take a nap on a stranger’s

boat seemed harmless to Gracie Gainsborough

until she wakes up to find herself in the middle

of the Gulf of St. Lawrence with an Irish

rum-runner who has a dangerous connection

to her family.

 

Ruairi O'Neill deserted the British Army in

1916 to fight for Irish freedom. In seven years

of risking his life for the cause he has only

made one mistake. Now, half a world away,

that mistake will haunt him; forcing him to

choose between the one he is sworn to protect

and the one he can't help but love.

 

Set against the backdrop of prohibition,

A Black Rose for The Angels' Share is

a story of devotion and betrayal and the

ultimate sacrifice.

 

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Contents

PROLOGUE
7
CHAPTER 1
9
CHAPTER 2
20
CHAPTER 3
34
CHAPTER 4
51
CHAPTER 5
61
CHAPTER 6
77
CHAPTER 7
100
CHAPTER 18
247
CHAPTER 19
255
CHAPTER 20
266
CHAPTER 21
280
CHAPTER 22
297
CHAPTER 23
313
CHAPTER 24
323
CHAPTER 25
331

CHAPTER 8
128
CHAPTER 9
149
CHAPTER 10
159
CHAPTER 11
176
CHAPTER 12
189
CHAPTER 13
199
CHAPTER 14
206
CHAPTER 15
210
CHAPTER 16
227
CHAPTER 17
233
CHAPTER 26
341
CHAPTER 27
347
CHAPTER 28
357
CHAPTER 29
364
THE LAST CHAPTER
370
ACKNOWLEGEMENTS
375
AUTHORS NOTE
377
LITERARY ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
379
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