Friday, May 1, 2009

45. A Good Confession

By:  Bridget Whelan
Rated 4.5 Stars
From LIbrary

A book very much reminiscent of Meggie and Father Ralph. (Thornbirds)

 LIBRARY SUMMARY:A captivating debut novel about forbidden love . . . Cathleen Brogan is a young widow, struggling to bring up her family in 1960s north London. Times are tough for the Irish immigrants who live there, their hardships comforted by the presence of their local Catholic priest, Father Jerry Brogan, Cathleen's cousin-in-law. Over time it becomes clear that Cathleen feels more for Father Jerry than perhaps she should. She hopes confession will ease her troubled mind, not realizing that she is confessing to the man she loves When a tragedy forces Cathleen back to Ireland, she must face the truth of her feelings and accept the consequences of such a forbidden love
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