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This is one of those books so amazingly well written that you don't want to share it with a soul. These books make you selfish, they make you stay up all night to read them because you can't bear to put they book down for even a moment. These books make you fall in love, they make you feel hurt and sadness, they make you feel like you are living within the story. Experiencing everything each character feels.
These books are truly art, the ones you hold close to your heart and never tell a soul about.
This is the first book I have read by Samantha Young and will not be the last. I first heard of the On Dublin Street Series when Abbi Glines posted up about Echoes of Shortland Street. I can not thank Abbi Glines enough for posting these books up!
Jocelyn is a beautiful heartbroken girl who has suffered more heartbreak then most people can deal with. She has shut herself off from all relationships and makes sure she doesn't get too close to anyone to save her soul from more heart break.
“I might never stop fearing tomorrow ... The future and what it can take from me, scares me.”
Then comes along Ellie and her family. Ellie is adorable, I loved her from the very first word she spoke. She helps Jocelyn open up more and experience more from life by bringing her into her family.
Then one fateful day Jocelyn runs into Braden... <3
Braden is.... HAWT. Intelligent, Sexy, Confident and just a wee bit Possessive. All my favourite things in a Boy :)
“Our attraction was nuclear. I had never known anything like it. It made Braden Carmichael extremely dangerous to me”
On Dublin Street takes you on a whirlwind ride of Heartbreak, Happiness and Laughter. Samantha has created an amazing world with amazing Characters who drag you into the story and dig there way deep into your heart where they will stay forever.
On Dublin Street was a solid 6* read for me. Samantha Young has all kinds of talent and has quickly become a favourite author of mine. I can not wait to finish this series and read everything she has ever written :)
I loved how strong Joss was after facing the magnitude of loss she had. Her loss left me heart broken. I imagined putting myself in her shoes and I don't know if I'd ever be able to pull myself together they wasy she did. Besides being strong mentally, I admired Joss's fortitude to recognize her relationship with Braden was going to change her if she let him in and to still let him in.
As much as I loved and admired Joss, take that and multiply it by ten and that's how much I loved Braden. It's really hard not to love a guy who will do whatever it takes to get his woman and then take really good care of her. I mean not only does this apply to his romantic relationships, but also to the women in his family. Speaking of family, the way Braden was raised also broke my heart. This book really proved that sometimes your family is the one you make, not one you're related to.
Since I first read this book, I've re-read it many a time. All it takes to pull me into the story is the prologue and chapter 1. It gets me every single time. I can see how some people would say Braden is too arrogant or overbearing and Joss is annoying or too stubborn, but to me they are the way they are due to their life experiences. However, when they are together, I see how they support each other and I love that. Each time I re-read the book I fall for Joss and Braden all over again. I hope you do too.
Boy was I wrong! I love this book so much. I loved the characters! I loved loved loved the writing. I felt like the author wrote for these characters exactly how people actually talked. I laughed many times at the things Joss (main female character who is American)said. Cracked up when she was asking Braden (main male character who is Scottish) what are knickers anyway and he admitted that the word panties is much sexier than knickers. Or when at the family dinner Ellie (Joss' room mate and Braden's sister) called Adam (Ellie's love interest)an arse and Elodie told her not to say arse in front of the children "Would everyone stop saying arse!" and Joss said "I know, It's called an ass people, Ass." lol There was lots of Joss humor which I just loved.
I loved loved Braden. In fact, he actually be my new fav. He was amazing! He was alpha but not psycho alpha or completely damaged alpha...just good alpha. Again I loved the writing for his character as well. I guess I just loved the writing.
I'm not sure there is a con to this book but if I had to find one I would say that it was killing me how much Joss pushed Braden away or how she wouldn't open up to people even her best friends, but I guess a story needs some angst so there was the major angst. Maybe if you were looking for bdsm you might be disappointed as well in this book. There were great sex scenes but definitely tamer than 50 Shades or Bared to You. That being said this book still had a fair amount of hotness to it.
If you have been thinking about reading this book get it now...don't put it off, you'll be glad you did.
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This read started slow for me as I really didn't like Braden that much in the beginning (too much ego, too much alpha, and too much of a player, lol) and...Read more
First let me just say how much I loved the narrator. In my limited audible experience, it really makes a difference in my enjoyment of a book if the...Read more
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I liked Joss's wit, but wished she wasn't so hard-headed, cold, and indifferent (even though...Read more
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