Dixon, Nan, Through a Magnolia Filter (Fitzgerald House, Book 3), (Richmond, Surrey: Harlequin (UK) Limited, 2016).
Title: Through a Magnolia Filter (Fitzgerald House, Book 3)
Author: Nan Dixon
Issues: Self Esteem
Home is where his heart is…but what about hers?
Family was always a foreign concept to Liam Delaney. Until research into one of his documentary films brings him to Savannah and Dolley Fitzgerald’s B and B. Dolley’s passion for life and photography is infectious. When she becomes his apprentice, they’re the perfect team in every way. He’s finally found the home he’s always wanted, and it’s all because of her.
The only problem is that his dream is of a home and family, while Dolley craves adventure. They may be at odds, but Liam knows they can make both of their dreams come true together. He just needs to convince her…
Welcome back to Fitzgerald House. If you haven’t visited before, Fitzgerald House is a bed-and-breakfast set in Savannah’s wonderful historic district. The three Fitzgerald sisters, Abigail, Bess and Dolley, own and operate the expanding B and B.
In A Savannah Christmas Wish, Fitzgerald House book two, you breifly met Liam Delaney, an Irish photographer and documentary maker. Liam stays at the B and B and shares Christmas with the Fitzgeralds. Through a Magnolia Filter, Fitzgerald House book three, overlaps with book two. Don’t let that worry you. The books can be read as stand-alones! In the beginning of this book, Bess and Daniel aren’t together. I had a blast writing the Christmas scene from Liam;s and Dolley’s perspectives. I’d love to know what you think about seeing the scene through a different set of eyes. You can contact me through my website, www.nandixon.com.
Dolley wants what Liam has: to travel the world for a career in photography. Liam longs for roots, family and a home – everything Dolley has but wants to give up.
This couple is one of my favorites (don’t tell the others!). Liam has a swoonworthy Irish accent and needs love and family. And spunky, brilliant Dolley deserves love and to have her talent recognized.
If you’d like to see some of the incredible Bonaventure Cemetery statuary, check out my Pinterest page. I create a board for each of my books: www.pinterest.com/nandixonauthor.