Renowned for bringing readers "hours of joy" "Rendezvous" and "irresistible reading" "Romantic Times" Jeanette Baker creates vivdly etched portraits steeped in history and layered with romance. Now, she lights up the pages with an extraordinary new love story . . . . Irish Fire Fourteen years ago, Caitlin Kenneally scandalized the village of Kilcullen and broke her widowed mother's heart by running off to America. But now that she has married into one of the wealthiest horse breeding families in Kentucky, with two beautiful children and a handsome husband, all is forgiven when she comes home to visit. Caitlin's true reason for returning to Ireland may be the biggest scandal yet. She's divorcing her adulterous husband, Sam Claiborne, and taking the only things in the world that matter to her: little Ben and Annie, and a mare named Kentucky Gold. That mare happens to be carrying the last foal of Narragansett, a Triple Crown champion stallion whose offspring sell for millions. With this horse, Caitlin would have everything she needs to break free of the Claibornes forever. But Sam wants the children too -- and the million-dollar horse. He intends to take what is rightfully his, by force if necessary and with or without the law on his side. Suddenly in danger, Caitlin finds that she has not only more allies than she had ever known in the town she once scorned -- but possibly, a second chance at love.--This text refers to the Paperback edition.