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Mar 17 2012 4:00pm

Éirinn go Brách: More St. Patrick’s Day Romance Recs

Irish Born by Nora RobertsSt. Patrick’s Day got you in the mood to read a good Irish romance? In a follow-up to Laurel McKee’s Kiss Me, I’m Irish: St. Patrick’s Day Recs, we’ve gathered more recommendations, including those you mentioned in the comments in both that post and Megan Frampton’s Getting Our Irish Up!: Favorite Irish Heroes.

Check out the list below and let us know if it hits the spot and/or if you have any more to add:

—Born In trilogy by Nora Roberts + Nora Roberts/J.D. Robb’s Irish heroes—the Donovans, the Gallaghers, Trace O’Hurley, and of course Roarke

—Blood Roses, Irish Fire, and Spellbound by Jeanette Baker

P.S. I Love You by Frances Davies—Child of the Prophecy, Daughter of the Forest, and Son of the Shadows by Judith Marillier

—The Irish Bride by Alexis Harrington

—The Wife Trap by Tracy Anne Warren (2nd in a series)

—The Mammoth Book of Irish Romance by Jennifer Ashley,Claire Delacroix, Helen Scott Taylor, and Cat Adams

—Skye O’Malley by Bertrice Small

—The MacEgan Brothers series by Michelle Willingham

—Rory and Conor by Ruth Langan

The Irish Warrior by Kris Kennedy—Catch Me a Catch by Sally Clement

The Irish Upstart by Shirley Kennedy

—The Irish Eyes line of romance novels from Berkley

—The Fever series by Karen Marie Moning

—Secret of Friends by Maeve Binchy

—Marian Keyes’s novels

—Irish Magic: Four Tales of Romance and Enchantment from Four Acclaimed Authors by Barbara Samuel and Susan Wiggs

The Wife Trap by Tracy Anne Warren

—Irish Magic II: Four Unforgettable Novellas of Love and Enchantment (v. 2) by Susan Wiggs, Roberta Gellis, Morgan Llywelyn, and Barbara Samuel 

—Amanda McCabe’s historical novels

—Straight Up by Deirdre Martin

—The Irish Warrior by Kris Kennedy

—P.S. I Love You (Harlequin Temptation, No 228) by Frances Davies

And if you liked this, be sure to try today’s tasty main course: Irish Corned Beefcake, Vol. 2, which, uh, as eye candy, does double duty as dessert!

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6 comments
KateNagy
1. KateNagy
Great list! I would only add Cathy Cash Spellman's An Excess of Love, which recounts the adventures (romantic and otherwise) of two Anglo-Irish sisters around the time of the Easter Rebellion. I literally wore my copy out. An earlier Spellman book, So Many Partings, deals with the Irish experience in America, but I didn't lurrrve it as much as An Excess of Love. (Of her third saga, Paint the Wind, I will not speak.) Good stuff.
Megan Frampton
2. MFrampton
I've read some of Laurel McKee/Amanda McCabe's Irish novels, and I really want to try Michelle Willingham's Irish guys, too.

No-one will ever outdo Barrons, for me, but I'm willing to audition other Irish guys.
KateNagy
3. S Clements
Thanks so much for recommending my book, Catch Me A Catch! I'm being cheeky here and recommending my new book, The Morning After, which features an Irish bad-boy actor, who's taking Hollywood by storm... he's based, naturally enough, on Colin Farrell! You can get a fairly good idea of him from reading the sample on Amazon...
KateNagy
4. Tweetygirl (Robin Greene)
I just relistened (audio books from the library) to the Born in Series from Nora Roberts. I've been reading the In Death series from book one and got my father and brother hooked on it too. I'll look into Catch me a Catch.
Ginny Doremus
6. FaeRhi
Nora Roberts has several Irish Themed series.

Born In Trilogy

Gallagher's of Ardmore Trilogy (Jewels of the Sun, Tears of the Moon, Heart of the Ocean)
&
the Irish Hearts books (Her first book, Irish Thoroughbred, then Irish Rose & Irish Rebel)

http://www.noraroberts.com/pdfs/NRWcompletebooks2012.pdf
Bella Street
7. bellastreet
My sweet paranormal has an Irish flavor: Kiss Me, I'm Irish.
http://amzn.com/B004XD1ZYK
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