Maiden Voyage

Maiden Voyage

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Imaginative and wonderfully gifted, Judith O'Brien has delighted readers and reviewers alike with her time-travel novels. "Romance of any genre doesn't come any better," says Publisher's Weekly. Now she journeys across the sea to Ireland, where a young, thoroughly American woman has inherited an eighteenth-century townhouse, and an unforeseen destiny.

Maura Finnegan is utterly taken with the quaint, romantic nature of her new home on Merrion Square ... as well as the dashing, elegant ghost who lives there. Lingering to solve the mystery surrounding his death, the apparition appeals to Maura for help in his desperate quest, and unknowingly leads her to Donal Byrne -- the extraordinarily handsome man who holds the long-buried secret. Maura's about to discover the compelling history behind her own Irish roots...and a love that transcends the barriers of time.
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  • Gallery Books | 
  • 368 pages | 
  • ISBN 9781451677683 | 
  • December 2011
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Chapter One

Maura Finnegan cleared her throat, indicating to the rest of the board that the meeting was about to begin. Conversations were hastily concluded, papers were shuffled. A secretary silently refilled coffee and water cups. All eyes were now focused on Maura Finnegan.

To the casual observer, she seemed too young to be seated in the oversize chair at the head of the oblong table. Her complexion was fresh as a child's, luminous and free of obvious cosmetics. Her long red hair was pulled back into a severe French twist, and she wore no jewelry other than a plain watch. Although her teal suit was expertly cut, it, too, was... see more

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