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Born in Shame by Nora Roberts
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Jan 20, 11

bookshelves: chic-lit, romance, 2011
Read in January, 2011

Earlier in book #2, Brie found 3 letters written by a Ms. Dogherty to her father which lead the Concannon sisters to the discovery of their half-sister, Shannon Bodine.

Hours before her mother passed away, Shannon Bodine's past shattered as her mother told her the story of Ireland and a certain Tommy Concannon. She told her of one rainy day in the Clare County and of the gentle man she met when she went traipsing in Ireland. And how she loves that man. Knowing only one father for all her life, Shannon is shocked to the core to found out that she is not the daughter of the man she thought was her father.

She soon learns about her sisters and after an invitation from Brie, Shannon decided to go back to the place where she was conceived. She met her sisters and their husbands along with their precious little children and she met Murphy Muldoon. She fell in love with Ireland and all it has got to offer.

This time Roberts includes the element of mysticism in the book. Glimpses and flashes of Shannon's previous life are described through her dreams. In order to find herself, Shannon must first open her heart and believe.
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