Today it is my pleasure to bring you my review of From Ireland with Love by Liz Hurley!
From Ireland with Love is the fourth book in the Hiverton sisters series, and an excellent addition to this wonderful series!
Nick Byrne is the brains behind the money in the Byrne family. She had already found her way in the financial world when she and her sisters discovered that they had inherited the Hiverton estate. With her sister Ariana now the Countess of Hiverton, and Nick and remaining sisters now titled as Ladies, Nick finds herself in charge of the Hiverton estate finances amongst her other clients. When an unexpected (and she believes entirely unwarranted) FCA investigation forces her to close the doors on her business, Nick finds herself on a road trip to Ireland in the hope that she will be able to find out more about her beloved father’s past. With no family outside of her sisters, Nick is keen to identify some long lost family.
Gabe St Clair has a lot of family. He adores his mother and his twin brother Rafe, along with his half sister Freya. However his father and his other three half siblings are questionable individuals. Family loyalty counts for a lot though, so until Gabe and Rafe can afford to break away they find themselves doing their fathers bidding. When Game is sent to Ireland to spy on a business competitor he begrudgingly follows his family’s orders. Grateful to realise that his target hasn’t arrived, Gave finds himself drawn to Letta. He finds himself drawn to her as he helps her seek answers about her father.
I am such a fan of the Hiverton sisters series, I really have enjoyed them all! Lucky for you I have reviewed them all – feel free to check them out!
Nick has been one of my favourite Hiverton sisters, and that was something I really didn’t expect. She’s always come across as really stuffy to me, but what this novel has done is really show us the real Nick. Rather than being stuffy and uptight, she is burdened with the financial responsibility of her family. Following the loss of their parents, the Byrne sisters had a tough time staying together. Nick therefore takes this responsibility seriously, as she never wants her family to go through those times again. She is fiercely protective of those that she loves.
This a novel about love and family, but also about discovering who you are. Sometimes we all need a little reset to enable us to really learn about ourselves. I am so happy to recommend this novel, but I insist that you read them all!
Thank you to Liz Hurley and Rachel at Rachel’s Random Resources for inviting me to be a part of this fabulous blog tour, and for providing me with a copy of the novel in exchange for my honest review.
Finalist for the 2021 Romantic Novelists Association Debut Romantic Novel Award for A New Life for Ariana Byrne
Liz Hurley writes exciting and heart-warming stories that will make you cheer and laugh. Her heroines are overflowing with grit, gumption and good old-fashioned gorgeousness!
Dear Diary, a prequel to the Hiverton Sister series.
A New Life for Ariana Byrne. Book 1 / Hiverton Sister series
High Heels in the Highlands. Book 2 / Hiverton Sisters series
Cornish Dreams at Cockleshell Cottage. Book 3 / Hiverton Sisters series.
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