Wild Irish Rose
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Wild Irish Rose

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It is May 1865. When Rosaleen O'Shay and her mother lose their factory jobs, and then her father and brother are injured in a coal-mine cave-in, the family is in serious trouble. Rosaleen worries they will never save enough money to fulfill their dream-to leave Pittsburgh and buy a farm in California. Hoping to give her a better life, Rosaleen's father secretly arranges to...more
Paperback, 291 pages
Published June 2nd 2010 by Walnut Springs Press
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Tausha
Cute, fun read! I kept catching myself wanting to talk with an irish lilt. lol
Shellie
Fun story!!
She agrees to marry a man heading to his ranch in Cali so her family can go to Cali as well. Irish immigrants are not welcome in Pittsburgh, and they need a way to leave. Marriage is that way. Of course, they fall in love along the way, but neither are very nice to the other, so naturally, they do not know that they both love each other.
Shauna
Ok, but the lead girl was downright obnoxious!
Brigitte
Fun book- had an Irish flavor to it.
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