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"Smooth Irish is a book that goes down like a tall, cool glass of water on a sweltering hot day and leaves you begging for more!" Maldivian Book Reviewer.
"I absolutely loved this book! The characters, the plot, theemotions...all of it. Smooth Irish is a wonderful addition to the Weldon Brothers Series. I recommend this book to anyone that loves to readabout wounded heroes and heroines strong enough to heal their souls. Iam already wanting the next installment!!" Five Star Review from Night Owl Reviews.
From the Author
"Eventually you will come tounderstand that love heals everything, and love is all there is." ~ Gary Zukav, author
I purchased this book after I read the first one in the series (Wild Irish). I met and was intrigued by Jackson and Nan in Wild Irish - so glad they are the focus here. I fell in love with not only the main two characters but also the whole Weldon family - the brothers interactions are just so perfect! I became invested in the characters, their history...and the love scenes are as steamy as the climate! I'm so glad they got their HEA. I cannot wait to purchase the next book in the series. All in all just a really fun read.
I read this book right after finishing Wild Irish. Loved this book as much as Wild Irish. This was Jackson's story. Jackson had lost his wife four years ago and didn't seem to have any plans in life other than just playing in his band and floating through life. Nan had a life plan and wanted someone who had goals. They had so much chemistry but they both didn't think it would work out long term. You just have to keep reading and reading. I couldn't stop until it was finished and then I was upset it was done. I now have to have a Weldon fix. I'm really looking forward to James and Jared's stories. Hopefully Ms. Saints will write these quickly. I still have her other books to read. She writes under Jennifer St. Giles and J.L. Saint as well.
I was excited to find the 'Weldon Brothers' series. I like reading books that have characters who get further developed in a different story line. Book 1 was filled with adventure, excitement and lots of great sex scenes, so I was really looking forward to reading book 2, finding out more about the older brother. In book 1, the author's writing was smooth, well-thought out and the story was interesting. Sadly, I found book 2 a little lacking in storyline, interest or chemistry. I thought that it just lacked a strong plot and resulting in a ho-hum read. I usually cheer for the couple and really hope they end up together. With this book, I was just waiting for it to end. Even the steamy sex scenes got boring to read after awhile, since it found their chemistry so lacking. I will still continue reading the series, since there are more brothers to learn about. Maybe this just wasn't her best novel, but I'll give the author more chances, since her Book 1 really took my breath away.
I read this book immediately after finding Book 1 of the Series (Wild Irish) through the Kindle Store. As much as I loved the first book, steamy scenes and all, I have to say this book resonated with something inside my heart. I found myself moved to tears at many points in the plot. I have to say... I wish I could find a love like Nan's and Jackson's. And a man half as hot as Jackson! This is not a book that you want to miss out on!!
What a difference a sequel makes! I read the first book in the Weldon Series, "Wild Irish" and really didn't care for it that much. I'm far from being a prude so it wasn't the erotic content that colored my opinion. The plot was so flimsy that a forceful exhale would have knocked it to the ground. I felt like author Jennifer Saints regurgitated every erotic scene she had ever imagined in her lifetime and then called it a book. It took me months to work up the enthusiasm to read the second book in the series "Smooth Irish" and boy, am I glad I did.
"Smooth Irish" is the story of Jackson Weldon and Nan Miller, the older brother and best friend of "Wild Irish's" hero and heroine Jesse and Alexi respectively. It's not necessary to read "Wild Irish" in order to understand what happens in "Smooth Irish." This book stands on its own quite well.
Unlike "Wild Irish," Ms. Saints builds the sexual tension between Jackson and Nan rather than have them succumb early and mate like rabbits for the rest of the book. Jackson's and Nan's personalities and lives are polar opposites. Jackson is content to drift through life without a plan or commitments. Nan feels her life is wasted unless she's striving to achieve a goal. Nan has even made a list of the requirements for the perfect man and Jackson doesn't fit the bill except for the intense sexual attraction she feels towards him.
Nan and Jackson dated for a short period of time after they met at Jesse and Alexi's wedding. Although Nan broke things off when it became clear Jackson was only interested in a sexual relationship, she can't stop thinking about him. She's reluctant to act on the attraction and exorcises her sexual demons by keeping a diary of the fantasies she has involving Jackson. The diary entries are "bodice rippers," but entertaining nonetheless. Jackson's reaction upon discovering the book of fantasies was delightful in many ways. He has the reaction one would expect from a guy, but he also praises Nan for how well written and emotionally engaging they are.
What I enjoyed most about this book was watching Nan and Jackson evolve as individuals and as a couple. Nan learned to become more laid back and Jackson realized structure and order hold a certain appeal.
Overall, I heartily recommend "Smooth Irish." I'm so glad I gave this author another try.
I down loaded this book as a promotional gift from Amazon in February 2013.
Book 2 in the series and if I could give it 10 out of 10 I would have. This book touched the heart on all the right levels. Excitement, danger, romance, and heated passion combined with a good plot made this a very enjoyable read. The author wrote it with compassion as you learn more about Nan and Jackson. I thought Jesse was a great guy but Jackson beat him for sure. His struggles to lay the past aside was heartfelt and touching. Playing the guitar and sing, in my book a win receipt for any romantic hunk. Love the song Tears of Heaven and the way the author brought it into the plot gave you greater insight and understanding the depth of his hurt. I loved that the Weldon family still play such an important role through out the book especially how she kept Jesse and Alexi's story in the mix, to learn that their love has come to the ultimate fulfillment. The storm and weather leading to many of the entertaining scenes as the two main characters came together. Learning to trust, love and hope once again. At the end, an excellent read.