Legacy of Truth
While this is a prequel to Legacy of Hunger, it is written as a stand alone novel, i.e., you don’t NEED to have read Legacy of Hunger to read and enjoy this book. However, many things might make more sense if you’ve got the whole picture, as it were.
In a small town in northwest Ireland, Esme must grow up quickly. Her parents are leaving for America, abandoning her and her groom-to-be to fend for their own. As she struggles to find her place among strangers in a new, isolated town, she finds it difficult to keep hold of what is precious to her.
Her one friend, Aisling, helps her through depression and illness as her husband stays away longer and longer on trading missions. Her sister tries to steal a mystical brooch from her, a brooch with which her grandfather entrusted her.
While she has…
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