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Irish Crown Kindle Edition
Seasoned narrators Justine Eyre and Tim Gerard Reynolds give voice to the story of Toronto nurse Eva and Irish bad boy Deaglan. When Eva is caught up in danger relating to Deaglan's past, their one-night stand turns into much more. Eyre, who reads the majority of the story, gives a high-energy performance and handily distinguishes between multiple characters...Reynolds' few sections shine brightly...[with] the lilting Irish accent he uses for Deaglan.-- "AudioFile" --This text refers to the audioCD edition.
About the Author
- ASIN : B07KVMKYGG
- Publisher : Nashoda Rose (24 November 2018)
- Language : English
- File size : 642 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 254 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 140,992 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I blindly chose this book without reading the blurb because of my love of this author and I was not disappointed. You can read this book without having read the others in the series and then go back and read them without feeling like you're missing something within the story. The 4 stars review and not 5 is because I felt like I needed a bit more of them as a couple when they are not in danger mode and or maybe a chapter on when they went to Ireland and visited Crown etc. I could easily see this as a DUET book of Deaglan and Eva's story. HINT HINT ;) Nashoda Rose.
Good Girl Eva chose the wrong guy to break her dry spell with. Yes, it may have been worth the orgasms, but when he promptly kicks her out the following morning, her regret is palpable. Making the mistake of not accepting the taxi Deaglan arranged on her behalf, was a huge error on Eva’s part.
Mysterious Deaglan never sleeps with the same girl twice. And Eva is no exception. But a couple of days later when he learns that Eva was hurt while leaving his warehouse; out comes his inner caveman to right was wronged.
From being thrown out and never expecting to lay eyes on Deaglan again, he’s back and in Eva’s space at every turn. He may claim it’s for her protection, but the way he is acting speaks volumes. And falling back into bed is proving that his one-time rule doesn’t apply in this instance.
Irish Crown was action packed and reminiscent of vintage KA. Deaglan was the perfectly alpha male that would move mountains to help his girl once he pulled his head out of his ass. The chemistry was hot, the plot not very original and the cover to die for. Don’t get me wrong, this book was enjoyable and good in parts. Unfortunately, I liked it, I just didn’t love it…
Eva hasn’t been with another man in two years, but Deaglan peaks her interest and ends up going home with him one night. When he kicks her out the next morning, she is not happy and never expects to see him again! However, an incident that takes place outside his warehouse that involves Eva, draws him back into her life when he believes her life is in danger because of the work he does.
Fantastically written, with heaps of the feels and I can’t wait for more😍 Looking forward to Vic’s story❣️
Top reviews from other countries
I also found the book to be a tad boring at times. There's no real give and pull between the main characters and they get together very early on in the book which caused me to be a bit bored throughout.