I like the whole premise of this quick read. The story is the love story of two totally charming characters and a cast of interesting supporting friends and family. Irish is the keyword here. The book has an ethnic feel, not oppressively so, just a hint and a color and it is free of the predictable stereotypes of most "Irish" romances—it really worked. I loved the bad boy, Finn, who is really **** don't want to slip in a spoiler, but he is sexy and a strong love interest. The heroine, Katie, is the innocent, hardworking, smart victim of the family "secrets". Her father refuses to take her seriously but her niece, Rosie, adores the ground Katie walks on. As Rosie's uncle from the opposite side of Rosie's heritage Finn adores Rosie as well. He remembers Katie, all too well, her sweetness haunted him even thousands of miles away, in Ireland where his father had banished him. Now Finns back, Katie has grown up and Rosie has wished upon a star. If you want a sweet read based loosely on a great fairy tale, this is the book for you.
My one complaint is that there are several people in the family with similar names, pay attention because the plot is more developed than your typical sweet romance.