A summer in Seattle, a charming little shop, and the once-in-a-lifetime chance at a new life...A brand-new release! In this sparkling novella, Dublin girl Emma Carey jumps at the opportunity to start fresh in America—her old friend Fitzwilliam has offered her a job running a picturesque Irish shop in Seattle. At 30, she's always played it safe, but that hasn't saved her from regularly mucking up her career, and the shop seems perfect—plus Emma's wise younger sister Hazel is entirely supportive. Arriving in Seattle, she discovers the shop is full of surprises. And so is geeky Fitz. Yet she's determined to make a go of her challenging and all-too-tricky situation. Can she pull off taking the risks to jump-start her life? Full of heart and humor, The Little Irish Gift Shop is just the beginning of Emma's unforgettable journey to her heart's desire.The new Fairy Cottage mini-series begins in Seattle, but the Emma Carey books are very much part of the world of Ballydara, County Galway, Ireland. Watch for more of Susan Colleen Browne's Irish novels featuring Emma and her sister Hazel—the next in the series, Becoming Emma, will be released Fall 2020! About the Author:Susan Colleen Browne weaves her love of Ireland and her passion for country living into her Village of Ballydara series, novels and stories of love, friendship and family set in the Irish countryside. She's also the author of an award-winning memoir, Little Farm in the Foothills, and a sequel, Little Farm Homegrown: A Memoir of Food-Growing, Midlife, and Self-Reliance on a Small Homestead. A community college creative writing instructor, Susan has penned the Morgan Carey fantasy-adventure series for tweens as well. She runs a little homestead with her husband in the Pacific Northwest, USA. Her latest Little Farm book is a gardening booklet: Little Farm in the Garden: A Practical Mini-Guide to Raising Selected Fruits and Vegetables Homestead-Style.When Susan isn't in the garden, she's working on her next Irish book!You can find out all about Susan's books at her Susan Colleen Browne website. Visitors can also sign up for special offers and updates, and you'll see lots of bonus books and a PDF of Little Farm in the Garden too. You'll also find recipes, book excerpts and tales from Berryridge Farm at her Little Farm in the Foothills blog!