Never Broken
Kathleen Fuller
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Nov 19, 2018 - 15:25 PM By Kathleen Fuller

This novel is revised and updated from the original book Never Broken It includes new material that isn t in the original version.Rory O Leary has little use for his uncle and aunt s stately Irish manor where he has lived since he and his brother were orphaned That is, until he encounters Shannon Cahill, a new servant, in his Uncle Edwin s rose garden.When the Irish potaThis novel is revised and updated from the original book Never Broken It includes new material that isn t in the original version.Rory O Leary has little use for his uncle and aunt s stately Irish manor where he has lived since he and his brother were orphaned That is, until he encounters Shannon Cahill, a new servant, in his Uncle Edwin s rose garden.When the Irish potato blight affects Shannon and her sister Ainslee s tiny village, they are devastated when their ailing parents insist they immigrate to America Shannon fears she ll never again see the handsome man who stole her heart in the Gormley rose garden.But fate has other intentions, as Rory discovers when he rescues the sisters from the squalid docks of County Cork, leading them all to Scotland and an adventure they never expected.
  • Title: Never Broken
  • Author: Kathleen Fuller
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 208
  • Format: Kindle Edition

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Lynda Edwards Nov 19, 2018 - 15:25 PM
Fascinated with Ireland’s history and people, I eagerly picked up Never Broken by Kathleen Fuller. I mostly expected a romance set in Ireland, and that would have been fine, but what I actually read was an engrossing, complex tale of family, politics, hardship, and hope, with several developing romances as a sweet spot in a sometimes harsh landscape.So many facets combined to make this a very enjoyable novel. The history was fascinating and complicated, but Fuller did an outstanding job of sho [...]
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Melissa Nov 19, 2018 - 15:25 PM
Never Broken is set in Ireland during the potato famine. It follows the life of not only the peasants, but the wealthy landowners during this time. Many of the landlords were British and felt little to nothing toward the Irish peasants who worked their lands. When times became rough, one saw how they turned the peasants out into even a more deplorable life then they were already living.Rory O'Leary was one of those Irish peasants who was taken in by his wealthy Aunt and Uncle. He knows that he a [...]
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Edward Arrington Nov 19, 2018 - 15:25 PM
Much of what I studied of history in school has been forgotten so this historical romance novel was a short refresher course using fictional characters. The locations are real places and the events would have been common at that time in history and in that part of the world. The tensions between the Irish, English, and Scottish people and between the wealthy and the peasants in the mid-1800s were very realistic and believable. This is the first in a series and introduces the readers to various c [...]
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Ammie Nov 19, 2018 - 15:25 PM
I had the privilege of reading this book over the last few days. I truly enjoyed the characters. The women, although very different, had the same strength. They were good, strong, believable characters. One, I believe will grow into a wonderful, caring woman as the next books come out:) I enjoyed the faith that the women had. Although they had faith in the beginning, as their problems grew, so did their faith and trust. The men are also wonderful characters. They are strong, but depend on the wo [...]
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Debora Wilder Nov 19, 2018 - 15:25 PM
This is a wonderful historical novel.I was really drawn into the story very quickly. There were a number of characters that I consider to be downtrodden that my heart went out to almost immediately. They were very well written and easy to connect with. I wanted so badly for things to work out for all of these characters. There were also a number of the well-to-do landowners that were also well developed. They were just mean and self-centered. I desperately wanted them to get what they had coming [...]
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Beverly Lytle Nov 19, 2018 - 15:25 PM
This is a well-written novel that follows the lives of both peasant and wealthy characters. When you read it, I think you will gain new insight into the struggles of others and how you can either make a difference or bring a life further into despair through your actions.This book will share two separate story lines which are set in Ireland and Scotland. The stories will seem separate and distant from each other at first, but you will later see how the author resplendently weaves those lives and [...]
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Tracie Nov 19, 2018 - 15:25 PM
I picked up Kathleen Fuller's Never Broken in the midst of a crazy week and was immediately intrigued and caught up in the story, characters, and excellent description. The description especially was important for readers unfamiliar with the time and setting. Those specific elements also made the story interesting -- a fresh change of pace from other historical fiction. The historical aspect was well-done, too, with interesting information yet conveyed through the characters - not a page felt li [...]
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Barbara Thompson Nov 19, 2018 - 15:25 PM
To be honest, this book is not written in one of my favorite eras and I wondered why I said I would read and review this book. I'm very wrong about this book. Never Broken is a fabulous book by Author Kathleen Fuller. She captured my attention immediately and held it through the whole book. I love how the author so smoothly combined the societies in this book and the history of the book is awesome. The details and descriptions of the settings and characters are so realistic, I can see them in my [...]
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Miralee Nov 19, 2018 - 15:25 PM
I was a pre-reader for this book and I finished it a few days ago (It's available now for pre-order) and it is amazing! Loved it!! Be prepared that two of the story threads for secondary characters do not finish, and there are some abrupt twists and changes in the story, but it didn't matter to me. The story surrounding the hero and heroine did finish, and it's obvious we'll learn a lot more about the other characters in book 2. Wow! Loved the characters, the unexpected twists and turns, the str [...]
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Lorraine Nov 19, 2018 - 15:25 PM
The mid 1800’s finds the people of Ireland in deep despair. Their potato crops were wiped out by disease. They were evicted from their homes by their wealthy landlords.This is a well written book about the struggles of the peasants and the greed of some of the wealthy. After losing their homes, the peasants made the trek to London and Glasgow looking for work and a better life.Rory O’Leary, Shannon and Ainslee Cahill are three characters that I enjoyed following on their journey. I’m sure [...]
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Nicole Doll Nov 19, 2018 - 15:25 PM
This is an intriguing story set in Ireland and Scotland. Most of the characters were wonderful, and I enjoyed reading how Part 1 & 2 intertwined in Part 3. I was, however, disappointed by the ending. It left too little wrapped up to leave the reader completely satisfied and disappointed if you don't already have Book 2 to begin immediately. One major character's pivotal fate was completely neglected in Part 3 so the reader never got closure. I felt there were just far too many stories left i [...]
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GeeDixon Nov 19, 2018 - 15:25 PM
I just now finished reading Never Broken by Kathleen Fuller and enjoyed the history of the book and how she combined the two stories into one. At first it through me off but as I read more I seen how it was all taking place. I am not usually big on history but this story was well worth the read. I loved it. It is a must read.
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Julie Babcock Nov 19, 2018 - 15:25 PM
Is there a second book that accompanies this one? What a terrible ending! Although it was an easy read and the plot was some what interesting, I would not recommend this book to anyone. Way too many characters and I didn't like how the author tried to 'throw them all together" in the last few pages.
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Judy Vandiver Nov 19, 2018 - 15:25 PM
Characters to fall in love with and a bit of history added as well--a combination that makes for a great read. I was able to pre-read this book and enjoyed every moment. Shannon and Rory are from two different social classes, but historical events and hard times bring them together as they struggle when the world as they know it is changing.
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Lynne Gentry Nov 19, 2018 - 15:25 PM
Fuller manages to capture hearts with this intriguing cast and fascinating world. Irish brothers raised with English disdain pulls at your heartstrings when they are cast adrift. While some threads are left untied until later books (I presume), you will not feel cheated because you'll be so thrilled at how this book ends. Great characters. Great story.
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Jessica Nov 19, 2018 - 15:25 PM
This book was great! I was captivated by the characters from the start and couldn't believe it when I got to the end! Very well written, page turning novel with several characters and storylines Will be a long wait for book 2!
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Hannah Nov 19, 2018 - 15:25 PM
I thought it was an amazing book. I really loved the story but I hated the ending. None of the problems were really solved.
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Noël Hungerford Nov 19, 2018 - 15:25 PM
NOTE TO SELF: Never ever, read your aunts books again.
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Never Broken By Kathleen Fuller This novel is revised and updated from the original book Never Broken It includes new material that isn t in the original version.Rory O Leary has little use for his uncle and aunt s stately Irish manor where he has lived since he and his brother were orphaned That is, until he encounters Shannon Cahill, a new servant, in his Uncle Edwin s rose garden.When the Irish potaThis novel is revised and updated from the original book Never Broken It includes new material that isn t in the original version.Rory O Leary has little use for his uncle and aunt s stately Irish manor where he has lived since he and his brother were orphaned That is, until he encounters Shannon Cahill, a new servant, in his Uncle Edwin s rose garden.When the Irish potato blight affects Shannon and her sister Ainslee s tiny village, they are devastated when their ailing parents insist they immigrate to America Shannon fears she ll never again see the handsome man who stole her heart in the Gormley rose garden.But fate has other intentions, as Rory discovers when he rescues the sisters from the squalid docks of County Cork, leading them all to Scotland and an adventure they never expected.

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