A Reader's Opinion: KATHLEEN'S MIRROR by Cynthia Owens


The Wild Geese Series

KATHLEEN'S MIRROR by Cynthia Owens


A masterpiece of an Irish tale! If you believe in Christmas magic, then Kathleen's Mirror will please you! Cynthia Owens is a talented storyteller, and she never disappoints me. I can also mention that she has outdone herself with this 5th touching story! The Wild Geese series tells the story of Irish young men forced to leave Ireland during the great famine and start a new life in America. In each story we follow one of them, their family and friends, and also the women who will enter their lives. The parallel between the life journey of Nuala and Braden and the tale of the magic mirror adds a fantastic and mysterious touch without breaking the pace of the story! This author really wrote a touching and heartwarming Irish romance! Get ready to go on a roller coaster ride of emotions! Some scenes are very emotional and you might shed a tear or two. Let's start at the beginning! Nuala, Roisin's sister whom we met in the 3rd story, My Dark Rose, had learned what poverty was, but now as a young woman she only dreams of marrying a wealthy man. Will she realize what love is all about? While Braden, Nuala's brother and Joe's best friend, feels responsible for failing his family. To redeem himself, he needed to find his lost sister Mary. Will he find her? Who is she? Let's say that Nuala and Braden's relationship is very complex. He always loved her, but felt he wasn't ready to marry yet, while Nuala was afraid to love someone, fearing loosing him later on. As time is spent together during their journey of ups and downs, they will discover the meaning of true love, trust, hope, and family ties. Loved the secondary characters, like Mary! Will fate and the magic of Christmas reunite these two beautiful souls who are afraid of love? The Wild Geese series is a must to read! I highly recommend Cynthia Owens’s books! Give her books a chance, you won’t regret it!


Star Rating: 5 Stars | Content Rating: 3 Hearts | Reviewed by: Nicole Laverdure




Look into Kathleen’s mirror… Brought up in poverty, Nuala Donavan dreamed of finding a wealthy man to take her away from her ordinary life and shower her with luxury. Love was definitely not part of her plan. …and take a chance on love… Braden MacGuire has been crushed by the knowledge that most of his family died because of him. His only goal has been to find the little sister who disappeared into the mean streets of New York…until he falls desperately in love with a beautiful, vulnerable red-haired lass. Can an enchanted mirror, an ancient carved brooch, and the magic of Christmas bring these two together?


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