What happens when you combine second chances, high stakes, and happily ever after? Ireland, that’s what.
World famous glass artist Sophie Giombetti is headed to Ireland to grab a new lease on life.
She’s put her divorce behind her and wants a supportive community to raise her daughter. The quaint town of Caisleán, where she’s agreed to design a major installation at the local arts center, more than fits the bill. Best of all, she’s sure the verdant Irish hills will give her new inspiration.
She expects Ireland’s magic to envelop her, everything from the foot-tapping music to the boisterous pub life and the humor of its welcoming people.
She doesn’t expect to find the most unexpected of Prince Charmings or to be helped by the beautiful matchmaking ghost named Sorcha. She certainly couldn’t have imagined finding love with the local schoolteacher, Jamie Fitzgerald, who has to be one of the nicest guys on the planet.
But when her new artwork causes a surprising controversy, she and Jamie find themselves in the middle of a heated debate that threatens them and the art center once again. The community must rally together, with the stakes never being higher. But soon, the controversy threatens to push the new couple apart, and even Sorcha must bring out all the stops to make sure they have their happily ever after.