Entente: The Irish Clans 

Book two in the Series by Stephen Finlay Archer 

Storyline: The mysteries of an ancient Clans pact deepen beneath the horrors of WWI as Irish rebels march toward revolution. Irish rebels strive for Entente with Germany, led by Irish patriot Sir Roger Casement in Germany, to support the Irish Revolution starting with the 1916 Easter Rising. Irish Republican Tadgh McCarthy and his companion Morgan fight for life, love, freedom, and moral truth in the trenches of Belgium. Irish-Canadian Collin O’Donnell agonizes over whether his sister Claire is in peril or even still alive in Ireland, while struggling to honor his marriage vows to Kathy in North America

I’m not sure what it is, but something about these books just draws me in and entertains me immensely! I love the historical feel of the book, mixed with the fiction of the story it’s such a blurred line of reality and fiction that is so intriguing. This book has been researched and written so well, the story ties together flawlessly and it’s so easy to read. The story continues to be action packed with danger, love, war and the whole mystery with the family clans, and the epic cliffhanger leaves you with so many questions that you NEED answered! —Will everything work out in the end? Will she remember who she is? Will they live through their ordeal? Will he find his sister? So many questions! — I need to read the next book ASAP because I need to know what happens to these characters. They’re all amazing and you can’t help but feel so invested in their lives. I would highly recommend this series. It’s amazing 

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