I'll be honest and admit that this usually isn't the kind of book I'd pick out and read. Having said that, "Where the Pink Houses Are" definitely has that Irish charm about it. And despite its dabbling with cliches, the novel has just enough simplicity and earnest heart to make it work.
After a horrible tragedy, Brenna and Anna decide to move to Ireland, where Brenna immediately becomes the talk of the small town. Young and attractive, Brenna soon finds herself caught in a love triangle between the town's "bad boy" Luke and a kind businessman named Ryan (or Finn). She battles with her complicated emotions and discovers love again, all against the backdrop of the most perfect town… Read more