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    A delightful story.

    My rating: 4.5 Stars Cordelia Mirafiore is saddened by the loss of her relative. I loved that character in the first two books of this series, Secrets of Willow House and Sisters of Willow House. Cordelia has been included in the reading of her will. The thing is, although she drew close to her relative (do not want to name the individual in case readers of this blog have not read the previous books in the series), she has a lot of doubts about the truth of the family connection. She is about to meet cousins Maeve and Roisin, who are very happy to meet her and to not begrudge her in any way when it comes to sharing whatever inheritance is facing the three of them. Will Cordelia inherit part of Willow House, or will some of the other family relatives force more proof to be found before Cordelia is truly accepted? There are some things found, including some old photographs that lead to long ago family secrets. Meanwhile, Cordelia has a chance at love. What a delightful story! I so loved this book, as well as the first two stories. I was drawn into the family, the gorgeous backdrop in Ireland, and was very happy to see that Cordelia could find a fulfilling future. Susanne' O'Leary is a wonderful writer, and I always feel good when I read her books. It was a marvelous book and I just had to read it in one sitting. I look forward to more from her in the future. Many thanks to Bookouture and to NetGalley for this ARC to review. This is my honest opinion.
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    All together

    I read all three books in this series and I was happy to see how this book pulled everything all together. Really liked this book.
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    Well crafted read

    Dreams of Willow House begins on a sad note. Philomena has died and her family and friends are gathering for the funeral. Cordelia worked for Phil the last year of her life assisting with her author tours. Their association had begun after American Cordelia saw Phil on TV talking about a lost member of her family. Things she said led Cordelia the to the conclusion that her late mother just might be the missing cousin. Things get complicated when Cordelia is remembered in the will, along with nieces Maeve and Roisin. Is she really a relative or are the similarities just coincidences? Can she uncover absolute proof of a family tie? And why does her mother’s birth certificate have a blank line where her father’s name should be? Whatever the truth of her lineage is she is needed at Willow House. This is the third book in the Willow House series and while it can be read as a stand-alone, readers will have a greater appreciation of Philomena, Roisin, Maeve and the house itself if the books are read in order. The story is a genealogical mystery, a sweet romance and a story of new beginnings. It is well written and shows the author’s love for her country. I Dreams of Willow House begins on a sad note. Philomena has died and her family and friends are gathering for the funeral. Cordelia worked for Phil the last year of her life assisting with her author tours. Their association had begun after American Cordelia saw Phil on TV talking about a lost member of her family. Things she said led Cordelia the to the conclusion that her late mother just might be the missing cousin. Things get complicated when Cordelia is remembered in the will, along with nieces Maeve and Roisin. Is she really a relative or are the similarities just coincidences? Can she uncover absolute proof of a family tie? And why does her mother’s birth certificate have a blank line where her father’s name should be? Whatever the truth of her lineage is she is needed at Willow House. This is the third book in the Willow House series and while it can be read as a stand-alone, readers will have a greater appreciation of Philomena, Roisin, Maeve and the house itself if the books are read in order. The story is a genealogical mystery, a sweet romance and a story of new beginnings. It is well written and shows the author’s love for her country. I voluntarily reviewed an advance copy of this book from NetGalley. Most highly recommend. reviewed an advance copy of this book from NetGalley. Most highly recommend.
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