Three beautiful young Irish girls. Three Brennan brothers.
An Irish-American clan that respects the old ways. A terrible tragedy.
Marigold Murphy has seen more than her share of tragedy. When the Brennanmen suggest she and the two remaining survivors of the Tuatha massacre marry Brennan brothers she thinks it’s a terrible idea. Until she meets Miles Brennan who couldn’t build a rocking chair to save his life.
Reeling from the Shepherd’s Cross massacre the last thing on Miles Brennan’s mind is marrying one of the victims of the Tuatha massacre. But then he meets a beautiful blonde seventeen year-old girl who shoots like a Brennan. She watches over her kin with the same reverence he does. In less than a day of her company he’s hooked.
In a world where justice doesn’t bring back the dead, you have to hang onto the family you have left.