It has taken over two years, but Jamie’s finally received the one gift Ryan’s held tantalizingly out of reach—a visit to her ancestral home. Having never been, Jamie’s got some preconceived notions that she has to banish quickly. But while the Ireland of her imagination doesn’t exist, the reality satisfies her in ways that continually surprise.
Putting Ryan in context is just one more way of understanding her as fully as possible. Jamie’s constant quest. Through their weeks of travel she learns not just more about Ryan, but about them as a couple.
The Emerald Isle shines like a gemstone in this examination of place, culture, and family, with Jamie finally able to add to her study of the most fascinating, frustrating, fulfilling woman ever to emerge from Ireland’s shores.