Irish Winter



Irish Winter Living in Cork, Ireland, a hotbed of resistance to British rule, makes Ian Mulroney s life dangerous despite his peaceful beliefs But disgusted by the brutality and shootings in the streets, he agrees to join the local IRA brigade to use his skills with medicine and learn the ways of war.There he meets Devlin Walsh Ian has seen him before, and the impression left upon his body was not easy to ignore He couldn t know that Devlin felt the same But because of the war, they are comrades first, despite their silent, budding attraction to one another.As the resistance grows and the violence escalates, Ian and Devlin fight the only way they know how, losing family and friends in their efforts to free their country Together, they are stronger to face the next day s struggle Together, they are united in their belief in the hand of God Together, they will find a way to survive the war. Best Download [ Irish Winter ] By [ John Simpson ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – heartforum.co.uk

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  • ebook
  • Irish Winter
  • John Simpson
  • English
  • 23 August 2018

10 thoughts on “Irish Winter

  1. Aoife says:

    This book annoys me in so many ways let me tell you about all of them First there is a terrible black and white morality All English are murdering, psychopathic bastards who eat children and all IRA men are noble freedom fighters I don t expect a complex scale of greyness in a historical romance but would it have hurt to have one British soldier with some doubts on what they are doing or an IRA member who seems to enjoy killing a bit too much There smoral ambiguity in a Wolfe Tones alb This book annoys me in so many ways let me tell you about all of them First there is a terrible black and white morality All English are murdering, psychopathic bastards who eat children and all IRA men are noble freedom fighters I don t expect a complex scale of greyness in a historical romance but would it have hurt to have one British soldier with some doubts on what they are doing or an IRA member who seems...

  2. Erastes says:

    Anyone looking for a adventure story, with thrills and spills, anxious moments and a growing romance which blossoms in predictable fashion to a lasting love affair and sex no matter what thrills and spills going on around them, will enjoy Irish Winter a lot.However if you know anything at all about Ireland and her history, you probably will, like me, find it a frustrating read.I bought the book because I have lived in Ireland for many years and I m always eager to read about earlier times H Anyone looking for a adventure story, with thrills and spills, anxious moments and a growing romance which blossoms in predictable fashion to a lasting love affair and sex no matter what thrills and spills going on around them, will enjoy Irish Winter a lot.However if you know anything at all about Ireland and her history, you probably will, like me, find it a frustrating read.I bought the book because I have lived in Ireland for many years and I m always eager to read about earlier times Havin...

  3. Elisa Rolle says:

    The book tells Ian and Devlin s story from 1919 to 1924, the years during which Ireland fought for its independence from England Ian is an apothecary apprentice of only 19 years old he doesn t really care for war or kill, he wants to become an apothecary and make his own life in the world Ian is a quite guy, probably evenquite since it s years that he realized that he prefers the company of men, but he has never acted upon his preferences He tries to be as average as possible and to no The book tells Ian and Devlin s story from 1919 to 1924, the years during which Ireland fought for its independence from England Ian is an apothecary apprentice of only 19 years old he doesn t really care for war or kill, he wants to become an apothecary and make his own life in the world Ian is a quite guy, probably evenquite since it s years that he realized that he prefers the compa...

  4. Lily says:

    3.5 starsIan and Devlin are young men in 1919 Ireland when they witness the tragic deaths of an IRA member and his mother Ian, a 19 year old apprentice apothecary, and Devlin, a member of the IRA and a few years older than Ian, are partnered when Ian joins the IRA The two quickly become friends and soon Devlin is staying over at Ian s in order to get away from an uncomfortable home life.Times are hard and there is very little money to be had for even basic necessities As they struggle to make 3.5 starsIan and Devlin are young men in 1919 Ireland when they witness the tragic deaths of an IRA member and his mother Ian, a 19 year old apprentice apothecary, and Devlin, a member of the IRA and a few years older than Ian, are partnered when Ian joins the IRA The two quickly become friends and soon Devlin is staying over at Ian s in order to get away from an uncomfortable hom...

  5. Tammy K. says:

    I give this story four stars, with the bulk of my stars going towards the romance side of the story, and the rest to the moral lessons within.This was a difficult story to get hooked into until about 4 chapters in.I came into this with zero knowledge of the IRA The time frame of the story taking place in 1919 into the early 1920 s in another country was also a hurtle for me to cross.But when I took the story a part, looking at the characters, their plight, following their losses and growth ov I give this story four stars, with the bulk of my stars going towards the romance side of the story, and the rest to the moral lessons within.This was a difficult story to get hooked into until about 4 chapters in.I came into this with zero knowledge of the IRA The time frame of the story taking place in 1919 into the early 1920 s in another country was also a hurtle for me to cross.But when I took the story a part, looking at the characters, their plight, following their losses and growth over the years and then watching them falling in love with each other, it made th...

  6. Sheila says:

    I liked Irish Winter Ian and Devlin meet after watching a young man and his mother shot in cold blood by the RIC Joining the IRA Ira is often partnered with Devlin, whom he has been attracted to for years They become close and can admit to each other they are homosexuals and are attracted to each other The feeling of the times are captured in Irish Winter It makes me want to learnabout Irish history There are times when Mr Simpson steps out of the story to give us a brief history of I liked Irish Winter Ian and Devlin meet after watching a young man and his mother shot in cold blood by the RIC Joining the IRA Ira is often partnered with Devlin, whom he has been attracted to for years Th...

  7. Rod says:

    I really wanted to like this book, but I never really bonded with the characters It was suppose to be a love story of two men in the midst of a revolution, but the love story was never fully developed I did not love the story but I also did not hate it It was a an ok read...

  8. Saura Underscore says:

    Very original story about two boys recruited for the IRA, that fall in love in the middle of war Too short for the enormous idea that hides behind the whole IRA story I would have appreciated a little bitof IRA adoctrinizing...

  9. Nan Hawthorne says:

    M M romance and Irish rebels. what s not to love Grand so

  10. Carey says:

    This had such potential but was a total fail for me Parts read like a history text I didn t connect with the characters at all Too bad, because I wanted to like it, but no.

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