Irish Dreams

Irish Dreams

Book - 2007
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Baker & Taylor
Brian looks forward to his new job training Royal Meadow's thoroughbreds, as the lovely and innocent Keely is a challenge he can not resist, while just-fired Cassidy is delighted to accept Colin Sullivan's offer of employment, but fears that he will findout about her true feelings for him.

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Includes Irish Rebel, in which Irish horse trainer Brian Donnelly finds himself beguiled by Keeley Grant, the innocent daughter of his new employer, and Sullivan's Woman, in which Cassidy St. John agrees to model for passionate artist Colin Sullivan and fears that his discerning eye will uncover her love for him. Original.

Simon and Schuster
Irish Rebel

She was practically royalty—the daughter of a rich, renowned horse-breeding dynasty. He was just a hardworking horse trainer. But Brian Donnelly was in America now, where even he might aspire to possess the breathtaking Keeley Grant. Her wealth and position didn't deter Brian?for it was the innocence Keeley offered him that beguiled the wild Irish rebel and threatened to corral his restless heart.

Sullivan's Woman

Fired from yet another job, captivating model Cassidy St. John hardly expected the solution to her difficulties to come from an absolute stranger. When handsome, charismatic Colin Sullivan offered her a job modeling for one of his paintings, it seemed her troubles were over—but one look at his blue eyes and Cassidy knew they were only beginning.?

Publisher: New York : Silhouette Books, c2007
ISBN: 9780373285419
Characteristics: 425 p. ; 18 cm
Alternative Title: Sullivan's woman
Irish rebel


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