Jewels of the Sun by Nora Roberts
What could be more perfect than inheriting a cottage in Ireland? Well, it’s considerably less perfect when it involves the matchmaking prince of the fairies.
Jude, miserable because of her recent divorce and professional burnout, quits her job as a university professor. Things would be really bleak except that she inherits a cottage in a remote village in Ireland. She goes there to regroup, and maybe, come alive again.
There she meets a whole passel of charming, eccentric villagers who generally converge on the local pub. Three siblings are the lively owners of the pub: Brenna, Shawn and their extra handsome sibling Aidan.
Not only is there a bit of Enchanted April for Jude but a genuine fairy tale is mixed into the story. Once upon a time, a fairy prince wooed but did not win his human lady. The ghost of his lost lady is reputed to haunt Jude’s cottage. On occasion a strange man appears and cryptically urges her to look on Aidan kindly.