Meanwhile, Grainne’s life has taken a turn. She’s disowned by her father and forced to borrow money from the village priest in order to relocate to Dublin. Relocating though doesn’t protect her from tragedy. When a tragedy strikes her family, she joins a movement of her own and soon finds herself working covertly for the Irish Republican Army.
Although separated by circumstance, Caitriona and Grainne’s lives intersect again and both are left with a fateful choice: continue with their respective movements or allow their love for each other to flourish.Siúil A Rún (Walk, My Love) is a traditional Irish folk song about a young woman whose fiance leaves to fight in a war. She expresses her willingness to support her lover, even so much as abandoning her parents and leaving behind her own belongings. This is the first novel in a series inspired by Irish folk songs.