O'er The River Liffey Review

From the Power of the Matchmaker series:

Irish heiress Caroline Fulton knows this house party, ostensibly celebrating the victory of Waterloo, is really an audition: will she make a suitable wife? Her host, an English lord, has already won over her father, who’s determined to buy a title with Caroline’s dowry. She is far from taken with the baron, however, especially once she meets Niall Doherty, the impoverished, perceptive tutor to her host’s younger brothers. He shares her love of Irish fairy tales and seems to guard a troubled past…but neither quality will earn Caroline’s father’s approval.

I greatly enjoyed this installment of The Power of the Matchmaker series, Caro was a fantastic character and I loved how she interacted with those around her. Fiona, though, was my favourite character in the book. I just loved her charm.

I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.


  1. Thank you so much for your review! I really liked Fiona, too. In fact, she is going to get her own book. :-)


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