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  • A Rush of White Wings

    A Rush of White Wings is my first introduction of Pamela Ford’s books. It is, also, the second installment from her Out of Ireland series. Since it is part of a series, I do believe it can be read as a stand alone. However, I wish I had read the beginning prior. I thought it was a pretty good. It is one of those stories that will grab the emotions of the readers. I felt like I was on a roller coaster ride. One minute I was smiling at the sweetness of what was going on and then moments of me scrambling to find my tissues. The historical details of the time made me feel as if I was part of the tale with the characters. I loved being transported back in time. I truly felt like I was part of the Sean and Kathleen’s family. I loved the chemistry between Sean and Ailish. I could just feel the turmoil he was going through trying to figure out what is the best way for him to deal with his dilemma. A Rush of White Wings is getting four and a half stars from me. I would recommend it for readers who enjoy reading historical romance. I would love to read the first book from the Out of Ireland series, To Ride a White Horse, to find out what had happened previously to this one. I received A Rush of White Wings from the publisher. This review is one hundred percent my own honest opinion.

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  • A good satisfying and touching book

    A Rush of White Wings is the sequel of To Ride a White Horse, however it can be read as a stand alone. Once again, talented Pamela Ford took me on an emotional journey with this well-written Irish-themed love story. A novel that explores not only romantic love, but familial love between a child and its parents. Kathleen and Jack Montgomery (characters from the first book) adopt Will, a child that was miraculously rescued from a shipwreck. Two and a half years later his aunt Ailish (I love that name) finds him and wants to raise him as her own as she promised her sister she would do if anything happened to her. The question is, does she have the right to take the child after he has been with his new parents for over two years? And what happens when you adopt an orphan during a time when adoption laws were at its beginning stages? I was fascinated as the author explored issues of legal rights, grief, sacrifice, mother-and-child bond, the meaning of family, and following one's dreams. The court case that ensued and how the judge handled the case were so interesting to me. And of course, there is the story of Sean and Ailish, with overtones of Romeo and Juliet. The couple who are each on opposite sides of the dilemma. The characters are realistic, as was the setting and the plot. I loved this historical fiction story that touched me deeply, bringing tears to my eyes on several occasions. The last quarter of the book had me racing through the pages eager to see how it would all finally be resolved. Emotional and heartfelt, this novel will please fans of historical fiction and women's fiction. A good satisfying and touching book.

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