Hot Property by Susanne O’Leary
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When Megan O’Farrell inherits her uncle’s house in a remote part of the windswept Atlantic coast of Ireland, she imagines it will be a romantic hideaway where she can recover from her recent divorce. But the house is a wreck that requires a fortune to restore, and she decides to sell it. An easy choice, were it not for the discovery of an old family scandal and a budding love affair with both the beautiful landscape and a handsome Kerryman. Catapulted into country life and faced with the less romantic side of farming, she also has to deal with a conspiracy to make her leave.
Susanne O’Leary is Swedish and married to an Irishman, whose job took them to many countries, so of course she is, enviably, widely travelled. She has used her experience and knowledge of the different countries she has visited to great advantage in her novels to diversify their settings and backdrop.
Her English is impeccable, and one would never know from her novels that English isn’t her first language. Of her many books, I have read A Woman’s Place and Sonja’s Place; these are accounts of the lives of her Great-aunt Julia and her daughter (Sonja), taken from diaries Susanne found in her grandmother’s belongings. The third of Susanne’s books I have read is a contemporary romance, Finding Margo. Continue reading “Spotlight on…Susanne O’Leary”