Grief brought Finley to Ireland. Love will lead her home. Finley Sinclair is not your typical 18 year old. She’s witty, tough, and driven.
With an upcoming interview at the Manhattan music conservatory, Finley needs to compose her audition piece. But her creativity disappeared with the death of her older brother, Will. She decides to study abroad in Ireland so she can follow Will’s travel journal. It’s the place he felt closest to God, and she’s hopeful being there will help her make peace over losing him. So she agrees to an exchange program and boards the plane.
Beckett Rush, teen heartthrob and Hollywood bad boy, is flying to Ireland to finish filming his latest vampire movie. On the flight, he meets Finley. She's the one girl who seems immune to his charm. Undeterred, Beckett convinces her to be his assistant in exchange for his help as a tour guide.
Once in Ireland, Finley starts to break down. The loss of her brother and the pressure of school, her audition, and whatever it is that is happening between her and Beckett, leads her to a new and dangerous vice. When is God going to show up for her in this emerald paradise? Then she experiences something that radically changes her perspective on life. Could it be God convincing her that everything she’s been looking for has been with her all along?
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Touching, emotionally complex, fun, uplifting!
Certainly: Jeannie Stith exhibits a trancendant talent as a narrator. Complete versatility with accents, characterizations, impersonations, dialects, genders, moods of the moment etc.. There is an energy to her voice and an etherial beauty. I buy just about everything Jeannie Stith narrates.
Perhaps: Carrier Of The Mark by Leigh Fallon, narrated by Nicola Barber. Both stories take place in mythically evocative Ireland. Rich, abondant and very rewarding relationality between characters who are very, very real, "cardboard antitheses" and defined, oh so well, chiefly through their meaningful, refreshing, provocative and ultimately formative relationships with each other. An ode to good humor, tried and true heart-warming golden values, sensitivity and rock solid strength of character. Cute, convincing youthful humor, replete with amusing twists and turns with deep-rooted, rejuvenatingly dependable and ultimately rousing friendships. Uplifting and gratifying. I consider Nicola Barber another very noteworthy narrator of books for young readers.
There are too many.
nice story and has a strong message
Faith comes from within
the story and the adventure was so cute and I really felt I went to Ireland
the accent LOL
Come and have Faith
I liked the story soooo much and I really recommend it to my friends thank you so much for letting me experience this