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Irish Fling (The Millersburg Quartet Book 1) Kindle Edition
|Length: 156 pages|
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Just when I feared there was no much more left to the story there was a small mystery thrown it to keep my interest though the end.
All in all, a fun quick read...a really believable love story and an entertaining way to pass a rainy day. I doubt I'll pick up the others in the series...but I don't regret reading this one.
NOTE: Honest Review of a book from my personal library - purchased from another retailer.
Her sense of direction is horrible, lost almost immediately after her arrival fate steps in, in the form of a gorgeous dark haired, blued eyed Irishman named Aidan O'Connell. He's stranded by the side of the road with a broken-down car, and she's in need of directions. While entranced by his sexy good looks, easy going attitude, and sexy Irish brogue, he designates himself as her very own personal tour guide, and she accepts. Having him around will certainly make her life easier. There's a chemistry between the two of them, and there are several historical spots along the way that she'd like to see, but is Aidan only looking for an Irish fling or is he willing to accept her heart with something more permanent before it's too late? Ali is full of surprises, and it isn't until he almost loses her that he gets a wake-up call, and Ali is deemed a hero.
This is the second book I've read in this Valerie Doulgas series about a group of four friends, Ali, Cam, Maggie and Jesse who didn't have a normal family life, but found each other and made their own. So far I've read Ali's Story "Irish Fling", and Maggie's story "Director's Cut", and I'm looking forward to reading about Cam in "Dirty Politics" and Jesse in "Two Up". What can I say, I'm hooked!
Hero – Irish billionaire and founder of a software firm. Last girlfriend dumped him for someone richer.
How they meet - The heroine comes to the hero’s aid when he has car trouble along the roads of Ireland. Both characters are at the point in their lives where they are seeking a change in their careers and their lives in general. They wind up spending a week together. It is love at first sight. After they spend their last night together, the hero breaks her heart with his following words:
“Ali, you’re a sweet girl and we’ve had some fun but I never intended it to go on. You’ve a home in America. You don’t know anything about me. You’d never fit into my life….”
He then walks out leaving her in her hotel room.
How they meet again - Neither of them knows much about the other’s background so it is a complete surprise when they find themselves attending the same conference the following week and she turns out to be the media darling of the event.
Nits-- The H knows he made a mistake in letting her go and he knows that he broke her heart. He wants to earn her trust again, but he does not get the chance to because the h does not give him the opportunity to grovel. She confesses that she still loves him after they see each other at the conference. He never apologizes or explains his actions for walking out. She drops into his arms again after an attempt on her life and they resume their relationship.
The h never demands an explanation from the H regarding his parting words prior to the breakup. The H also never explains to the h why she is no longer GU (geographically undesirable...label for guys from my college days) and why she suddenly fits in his life. They act like the breakup never happened. They never bring up the subject of their breakup after they reunite and I felt like I was left hanging.
It was a nice, pleasant read. The author did a good job with the descriptive shots of Ireland and with combining romance with elements of suspense throughout the book. I also liked the characters very much…especially our geeky American software sweetheart.
by Valerie Douglas
Alli Dearborn heads to Ireland to regroup and visit her mothers homeland. Directionally challenged she gets lost and helps a stranded motorist. Hot and Dangerously looking Aidan O'Connell is in need of a vacation. Alli is just what he needs. He becomes her tour guide and Irish Fling. Neither as they appear and this will lead to surprises for both of them as they try to find out who is trying to kill Alli.
What a Fantastic story, masterfully written details so crisp and clear you can see everything even smell the Irish surroundings. This has Romance, Suspense,Mystery. All in one masterful written book.
The first in four books, I Highly Recommend this book!
complimentary book given for a free review. juliesbookreview.blogspot.com