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Dancing to an Irish Reel
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Ireland, Books, Irish music, Galway, Connemara, Claire Fullerton, Author
Ireland, Books, Irish music, Galway, Connemara, Claire Fullerton, Author

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Alison DeLuca of Girl Who Reads wrote an amazingly comprehensive review of Dancing to an Irish Reel; http://www.girl-who-reads.com/2016/02/love-and-life-in-irish-setting.html?showComment=1456803595852#c799965500749104173
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Lessons of Love, September 8, 2015
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This review is from: Dancing to an Irish Reel (Kindle Edition)
This book was intriguing. It is not the typical love story but goes far deeper, into the lessons we all learn upon this pathway in Life. I found myself reading passages multiple times for their wisdom and candor about relationships - not only of love but of work relationships as well. It reminds me of a time when I was young; no one had given me the answers and I had to find out on my own, through trial and error and plenty of heartbreak. I recommend this book highly. The author spent time living in Ireland and it shows in all the nuances of their language and customs. I'm eagerly awaiting her next book.
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Thank you to Book Goodies for this Author Interview http://bookgoodies.com/interview-with-author-claire-fullerton/
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Thank you to Sally Cronin for my guest appearance on the most unique blogsite imaginable!
https://smorgasbordinvitation.wordpress.com/2015/10/25/sunday-lunch-invitation-claire-fullerton-kim-gosselin-and-alisa-belzil/
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Articulate review of Dancing to an Irish Reel 
Beautiful Story!, October 20, 2015
This review is from: Dancing to an Irish Reel (Paperback)
Dancing to an Irish Reel was a relaxed yet exciting read from beginning to end. Claire Fullerton provides extensive and flawless detail in the descriptions of landscape as well as with the characters in the the book. She allows the reader to take an interesting look into the ends and outs of new love set in a what appeared to be a quaint and vintage Irish town. I enjoyed the way in which the story demonstrated how intricate new relationships can become and the subtle challenges one can face when living in a new relationship. I especially enjoyed chapter ten as there were several complex interactions between main characters that created intrigue and anticipation as to what would happen next in their romance. Overall, the story was an in depth look at how simple yet complex the dance between two people can become when attempting to maneuver through steps of a new romance. Loved it!
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