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With her father dead, Erith Kelligan, a lovely Irish lass , is alone in the New Orleans of 1835. Cheated out of her father's wages, she vows with all her fiery Irish passion to seek revenge on Worthington Blackwell , the man who dares to steal from her beloved father. She must find proof to claim her rightful inheritance from the unscrupulous thief. Adam Chesterfield, son of a wealthy businessman, is enchanted by the serving girl with the flashing emerald eyes. He vows to help her, desire leading him to break the rules of his society to make the Irish beauty his own. Agnes Malone, a kindly Irish whore once left for dead by the ruthless Blackwell , befriends the innocent Erith. Together they unite against their common, deadly foe . Can the luck of SHAMROCK GREEN save Erith from the terrifying world of New Orleans voodoo and the powerful men of the sultry bayou? Suggestion for Cover Art An Irish lass (red hair, green eyes, flawless skin, small waist) holding a handful of shamrocks.
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An avid reader from an early age, Jean Burr Bradley developed a lifelong love for historical fiction. Born into a minister's home, much of her childhood was spent amidst the backdrop of theological discussions which molded her values and ideas. She has taught English from junior high through university levels. Presently, she resides in metropolitan New Orleans. She has three children and two grandsons. She is the author of one other novel, Trumpet Call.
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