Review: Irish Allure (Emerald Isle Fantasies) by Louisa Masters

May 6, 2015 Review 0

Review: Irish Allure (Emerald Isle Fantasies) by Louisa Masters

Jillian is planning a wedding for the bride from hell—who suddenly decides to move the event to Ireland with less than a month to go. Lucky for Jillian, the groom’s brother is available to lend a hand.

Sexy, charming Fin clearly has more on his mind than just helping Jillian with the wedding. But she knows Bridezilla will not tolerate the hired help consorting with her future brother-in-law. Jillian can’t risk being blackballed, so it’s seriously hands-off Fin, no matter how irresistible he is and how energetically he pursues her. If only Castle Tullamore weren’t so romantic—and if only she could stop tearing off his clothes every time she gets into that antique elevator with him.

Title: Irish Allure
Author: Louisa Masters
Series: Emerald Isle Fantasies
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Lord Griffin's Prize, Ghostly Persuasion, Crimson Lust , Timelost Lover by Susanna Stone
Source: Publisher
Published: April 8th 2015
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Erotic Contemporary Romance, Romance
Pages: 36 pages
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Purchase your copy: Visit the Author's Website

Stars: four-stars
Flames: three-flames
Jillian is a wedding planner and dealing with Bridezillas is a way of life.  When one Bridezilla decides to move her wedding from New York to Ireland within 3 weeks, Jillian’s resolve is severely tested! When the Groom’s brother, Fin, offers his on-site help, Jillian has to accept it.  Fin- sexy, charming, hunk of a man is making Jillian’s life hell!  She is drawn to him, but knows her Bridezilla wouldn’t tolerate her canoodling with him. She’s just the hired help! So she tries to avoid him at all cost. Keyword-tries!  As she is putting the finishing touches on and getting the last minute details in place, he keeps “running” into her.   With that flirtatious, Irish accent of his, Jillian’s willpower is rapidly fading!
This is the first book by Louise Masters that I have had the pleasure of reading.  It’s a quick story that grabbed me with the blurb!  It didn’t disappoint!
Deb
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