When Alexa took a job in Ireland searching for the lost O'Shea treasure, she had no idea what she signing up for. Between vivid dreams, ghosts, and the old Irish legend that surrounds the castle, she is overwhelmed.
When she finds out the man she's been working so closely with is actually the heir to the O'Shea fortune, she is upset that once again a man has surrounded her with lies. Their relationship is further tested when a friend from the United States comes for a visit and Liam believes she's been telling her own tales.
Will their love prevail? Will Alexa find the missing treasure and discover her heart's desire?
Alexa found her way down to the dining room with a few minutes to spare. The last thing she wanted was to show up late for a meal on her first night at the inn. She preferred to stay on Molly’s good side. Molly seemed like she might have a temper that could blast through the roof.
The focal point of the room was the mahogany table. The sturdy clawed foot piece was polished until it gleamed and large enough to seat ten people comfortably. The cloth seats on the chairs were a basket weave design of white and crimson, their legs curved elegantly to mirror the table’s.
Against the wall at the back of the room was a hutch that perfectly matched the table in color. It housed fine white china and a large collection of blown glass flowers in all shapes and sizes that Alexa found very charming.
On the center of the table sat a large crystal vase. Someone had taken the time to neatly arrange the blooms inside so the colors mixed perfectly to accent each other. Four place settings had been positioned at the end of the table furthest away from the door to the dining room. Certainly, I am not the only guest here. Her stomach did little flip flops at the thought of being the only one the women had to entertain, the suffocating feeling she first felt when she stepped out of the van came flooding back. It made her chest seem tight, it was hard to breathe, and her stomach felt like it was in knots.
Alexa thought of the huge hotel she found in the travel brochures and wanted to kill Adam. He was her best friend, knew her in and out, and this place did not fit her. Why had he chosen a little country cottage away from town for her to stay?