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Trying Sophie: A Dublin Rugby Romance Paperback – November 17, 2016
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About the Author
Rebecca Norinne writes steamy contemporary and paranormal romance. A native of California, she currently resides in Dublin, Ireland.
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Top Customer Reviews
Sophie's grandparents are an undeniably big and welcome part of the story. Their relationships with both Sophie and Declan feel real and genuine, and large parts of the plot depend on the reader buying into the push and pull of their relationships. Because each relationship is handled so well and feels like real family (or people who grow into being family through bonds of love and history), the story works really well.
I felt like I got a fun glimpse into life in Ballycurra and Dublin, and into rugby as well. I'm unfamiliar with those places and the sport, but I was carried along by the story and by the level of detail that was provided in the story.
I loved this book and I think anyone who loves a genuine love story will too!
These two are explosive as a couple, completely hot and steamy. The story is awesome and I loved that Rebecca Norinne put in the epilogue. I can not wait for the next book in the series.
Trying Sophie is told in dual narrative between Sophie and Declan’s points of view. I loved this aspect of the story. I think it works extremely well in a contemporary romance because it gives you the opportunity to really get to know each character. I love seeing Declan’s motivations, backstory and feelings. I loved seeing Sophie’s too but I feel sometimes I like seeing the guys point of view even more than the woman’s. This is one of those times. Declan and Sophie knew each other as kids, during that pick on the the girl you like phase. Let’s just say that Declan’s antics impacted Sophie and not in a good way, so when they meet up again as adults, eve though their attraction and chemistry is pretty immediately apparent, another kind of sparks fly. I loved their whole back and forth. Heck, just loved them!
Not only was the romance in Trying Sophie great, but the whole cast of characters were delightful. I loved Sophie’s grandparents and I really loved Declan’s team mates. I can’t wait to read the next books in the series. I can’t wait to see all of the teammates stories.
Bottom line: If you are a Rugby fan, or a fan of Penny Reid’s rugby series, you will really enjoyed the Dublin Rugby romances. I loved Trying Sophie and it has made me very excited to continue on in the series. Trying Sophie has a romance that is both sweet and spicy, with lots of heart and delightful moments, plus you will fall in love with the whole cast of characters. Trying Sophie was a big win for me.
*Disclaimer- I got a copy of this book for free from the publisher or author.
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