Review : Kiss Me, I’m Irish by Roxanne St. Claire, Jill Shalvis, Maureen Child

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March 3, 2012 by thebookslayer

Kiss Me, I’m Irish
by Roxanne St.Claire, Jill Shalvis, Maureen Child

Rated : 4.5 / 5 Stars ****

Whether you want a hot sports celebrity-once boy next door, bad boy with a Rockin bod and a dark past or the local heart throb with a bet to win this book has it all. Three sexy, drool worthy men meet their match in three equally determined women who tame their wild ways. 

Recommend: You want Steamy Men and sexy wild scenes then this book is for you. Don’t forget about the Happily Ever After’s! 

1. The Sins of His Past by Roxanne St. Claire 5 ***** 
This story pulled at my heart and made me hoot with laughter. Nothing like a good competition of wills that ends up turning toward their hearts.
Deuce Monroe decided to come home to run his family’s bar since he “retired” from his Baseball career with the Nevada Snake Eyes. The minute he shows up he realizes that this was not the home he left. Things have drastically changed and the biggest change was the co-owner of Monroe’s, Kendra Locke. Kendra has big dreams for Monroe’s turning it into a “cyber salon,” as Deuce puts it. Seamus,Deuce’s father, decides that Kendra and Deuce need to work out what will happen with Monroe’s.”Let’s Play Ball!” Kendra is given days to run her cyber cafe and Deuce has nights to run his bar and the game begins. Can Kendra hit it out of the park while keeping her secret?
 

Extra’s : Poor Kendra, when Deuce walked in to the bar and throughout their story I had ‘Why ya Wanna’ by Jana Kramer running through my head. Thought I would share : Click here to watch and listen to Why ya Wanna by Jana Kramer 
Sexy Deuce Monroe -Curling up in bed with him, Yum! 
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2. Tangling with Ty by Jill Shalvis 4 **** 
I enjoyed this one, but I felt more like and observer then a participant. Bad boy Ty Patrick O’Grady is a man with a very dark past who stays one step ahead of his haunting memories by wandering. The sexy Architect makes an appearance when Nicole, a tenant, finds him cursing up a storm in a thick Irish accent.(Oh Yeah!) Nicole is a very young, smart Doctor who doesn’t take crap from anyone and lives to save lives. Taylor, the landlord and matchmaker, hires Ty to fix the building and he can’t help but want to take care of Nicole in more than one way. Just when their relationship starts to take off Ty’s secret is about to unravel and Nicole shields herself with her job. With a little luck,or bad luck, from a ceiling Ty and Nicole come to know each other. Can they reconcile what they dreamed their lives would be to what they could be together? 

Extra’s :
Ty O’Grady

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3. Whatever Reilly Wants by Maureen Child 4.5 ****
Started out with a bet, turned into his loss but ultimately their gain! Connor was determined to win Liam’s bet(celibate for 90 days = $10,000), until he offended his best friend Emma. She decided to seek revenge by throwing a wrench in his plan to win. She showed him that she wasn’t just a female,but one Hot woman! Poor Connor had not idea what hit him when he walked into the local bar and spotted one sexy women who ends up being Emma. Tongue-tied and temperature rising he doesn’t know if he wants to make her his or stay friends. Emma is underhanded in her attempt to get Connor to lose, by going out of her way to tempt him. Her attempt bites her in the butt when the tables are turned on her. Lots of steamy sex and plenty of wit. Can they save their friendship or will they have to part ways?

Extra’s : I loved that Liam’s housekeeper makes horrible tea and him and Emma had to drink it. Hilarious. Also loved what Connor did for Em in the end! But I can’t tell you have to pick up the book and read it for yourself!
Connor Reilly
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Overall I enjoyed these stories. I haven’t read much in the way of contemporary romance area, but found that I enjoyed these authors and will be reading more of their books.

Thank you to netgalley who provided me with a copy of this book. 


-Amanda

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2 thoughts on “Review : Kiss Me, I’m Irish by Roxanne St. Claire, Jill Shalvis, Maureen Child

  1. Great review–I'm glad that you enjoyed it, too! 🙂 And I love the men you picked for each hero, I think they fit perfectly. Course, it helps that they are half-naked and tonned! 😀 Enjoy,TBQTBQ's Book Palace

  2. So true. Who doesn't want to be entertained a little when reading a review. I am all for pictures esp. with hot guys. lol Thanks for reading and commenting. It always feels good when someone enjoys my reviews.

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