Who need’s the luck of the Irish… Nora and Ger certainly do!
Nora Kelly loves her carefree London life where there’s always a new woman to seduce. Her big Irish family tease her about her footloose ways, but she knows she’s in no danger of losing her heart.
Her family has only one rule when it comes to dating: Nora can date any woman she wants—as long as she’s not a Flannery. The Kellys and the Flannerys have been feuding ever since both families arrived in London from Ireland sixty years ago, and time has not lessened the hatred.
But never-tied Nora has just met the woman of her dreams, and suddenly commitment isn’t a dirty word. Trouble is, Geraldine is a Flannery.
Can Nora convince Ger that, despite their families, they are meant to be together?
Nora see’s Geraldine across the room and vows to her best friend that she is her future wife (see full quote below) before she has even spoken to her.
Nora woo’s Geraldine and they fall in love and… into bed. Its almost too late when the realize that their families know each other and have been feuding for years… With no sign of hope, how can their love triumph their families hate?
The story is told from only Nora point of view. I would have liked to have a little insight into Geraldine’s thoughts as she came off cold in a lot of the scenes and due to this I never really warmed to her. Nora’s personality was genuine and she was clearly a very caring person. I wasn’t so keen on her cheesy lines but hey I’m sure that appeals to the larger audience.
The sex scenes where hot and there was a certain amount of vulnerability in those moments between the main protagonist’s that renewed my faith in their love in my moment’s of doubt.
I really liked the authors writing style and I am looking forward to reading more of her books especially in this particular series.
3.5 Stars. Good start to new series.
The next books in the series are ‘Not-So- Straight Sue’ (released October 2016) followed by ‘Fenced- in Felix’ (released November 2016) both of which are currently sitting on my to-read list. Watch out for the reviews in next few weeks.
Quote of the Book:
“I just seen my future wife” I said to sue “I want to woo her, date her and live with her. In a couple of years I’ll send you a wedding invitation.”
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