Heart of the Sea by Nora Roberts
3 stars read 08/18/2010
This is the last book in the trilogy. It is now Darcy Gallagher time to get matched up. Now anyone who read the second book knew that Trevor Magee, the guy who wanted to build the theater attached to the family pub, was going to be Darcy match. And what a match they are. She is so materalistic and consumed with beauty and attention. He has all the money that she could ever want but likes to have order and logic prevail. As we have learned throughout this series both parties will try to resist the spark but that old Irish magic is too strong to resist. Lady Gwen and Prince Carrick are almost reunited if just these last two stubborn souls would just get out of their heads and into their hearts.
From the back:
Darcy Gallagher possesses the voice of an angel, the looks of a temptress, and the temper of a hellcat. She has always believed she was fated to find fame and fortune and assumed it would come in the form of a rich man who would someday appear and sweep her off her feet. And when handsome developer Trevor Magee comes to Ardmore to build a theater that will tie in with the Gallaghers' pub, Darcy thinks she may have finally found her man.
Trevor can't deny his attraction to Darcy, but he is determined to keep things on an emotionally uncomplicated level. Besides, he has business with Darcy as well, as he intends to sign her to a recording contract that will bring her the wealth and lifestyle she desires. But Trevor underestimates the determination of the otherwordly Prince Carrick and Lady Gwendolyn, who are desperate to make their final love match. The more Trevor tries to keep his distance from Darcy (emotional distance, that is, since physically they can't resist one another) the closer he seems to get to her. Still, it will take a life-changing event and the near loss of all that Trevor values before he can realize just how deep his attachment to Darcy runs