The Dublin Destiny
Can an introverted ugly duckling be God's perfect match for the most eligible bachelor in town?
Running from imminent danger back home, shy, awkward Irishwoman Rylee Shannon flees to small town, USA, forced to live under the protection of unfamiliar family friends.
Prompted to protect her, the McLellans arrange the marriage of Rylee and their son, Patrick, one of Georgia's most prominent and handsome doctors.
Willing yet hesitant, the two marry. But bound by her wallflower personality and unruly looks, she fails to make any connection with Patrick.
While Patrick is away on a long-term medical mission trip, crossing off days until the annulment, Rylee is determined to change—both inwardly and outwardly—to win the affections of her husband. Battling rumors and echoes of her past, she wins over Patrick's family and friends with her amiable personality and perpetual state of embarrassment.
Patrick returns home to find his wife transformed into a beautiful, confident woman. When he realizes that God's arrangement of the marriage was intentional and permanent, Patrick begins to see his wife in a different light.
But as their feelings develop, their relationship is continually derailed by Rylee's unusual habits and stubborn pride. As Rylee's good-natured presence begins to change the lives of the McLellans, they are also determined to conquer Rylee's inhibitions and alter her eternity.
Patrick's protection turns to affection, but Rylee's past threatens to collide with her future. You won't want to miss Patrick and Rylee McLellan fight to discover The Dublin Destiny in this captivating tale of secrets, romance, forgiveness, and divine love.
This was definitely a short, quick read, but it was quite interesting. The cover of the book wasn’t really interesting, but then again it was the title that really drew me in. Since I have been delving into my genealogy, I have become enamored with everything Ireland. So of course, something called Dublin Destiny was going to draw my attention.
I really liked the characters. They were well drawn out and I could picture them clearly in my mind’s eye. And I was definitely drawn in from the beginning when Rylee thought she was being chased through the streets of Ireland.
One of the things that I liked was that once Rylee was left to her own devices she grew as a woman and completely blossomed. It was an incredible transformation.
This is definitely an enjoyable read that can be done quickly since it is so short.
The Dublin Destiny (9781613465615): Jill Twigg: Books
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