The Irish Woman – Local Author – Faye Green

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The saga of the Doyle family continues as Annie Doyle leaves the workhouse to take a position as nanny in an English family near Belfast. She survives in the English world while searching for her lost children. Annie forms a new family with a lonely young man and his blind daughter. A surprising love enters her life while the threat from the Lord of the Manor continues. This quote from the book explains Annie’s difficult position and her determination to hold her head high. “’Lord Harker, our last unpleasantness is not the problem. Prejudice is the problem. The English attitude against the Irish. I have married an Englishman. You have sired an Irish boy who, along with his daughter, have become my adopted family. That is unimaginably intertwined. Disrespect is just below the surface with you.  We will not live each day in fear of your retribution because we are Irish in our own homeland.’ The Lord of Belle Grand Manor knew who he was. He understood that the traditions of his titled status made no allowances. It was hard to have the Irish woman lay it out and make him accountable.” 

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