Review Marry Me, I’m Irish (Irish Kisses #5) by JoAnne Kenrick

August 17, 2013 Review 0

Review Marry Me, I’m Irish (Irish Kisses #5) by JoAnne Kenrick

Life couldn't be more perfect. Liz Grant has it all: a starring role in a major motion picture, a fabulous apartment central-London, and a great boyfriend who knows how to mix a mean cocktail and make her come with a flick of a switch. He works for Bell’s Irish Pub, so she gets free drinks, too!

A surprise for St. Patrick's day. There's just one problem. Devlin Kinney wants to marry her. Like, now. And rip her away from her glamorous life. Why? So they can live happily ever after in a wee country cottage in the heart of Belfast, Ireland. What’s a city girl to do? He is Irish. And he does have a certain way with words. And vibrating toys. But does she love him enough to leave the comforts of England? And is there something behind his sudden proposal?

Title: Marry Me, I'm Irish
Author: JoAnne Kenrick
Published by Decadent Publishing
Source: Publisher
Published: 14 March 2013
Genres: Erotic Contemporary Romance
Pages: 33
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Stars: four-stars
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The 5th book in the Irish Kisses series, yet the first I have read – this was an interesting story that is wrapping up a HEA for the main characters: Devlin and Liz.  With a surprise engagement, a touch of Devlin’s exuberant behavior that feels slightly overwhelming, he is like a puppy that needs to play.  Liz is still rather in shock from the marriage, completely unexpected and wholly welcomed, she forgot one important fact – her newly acquired role in a movie.

There wasn’t a great deal of build to their story, this all appears in the earlier volumes in the series: and the resolution was quickly tied up neatly with a bow, I would have liked to have seen a touch more but the theme and the message both are reaffirming that ‘meant to be’ togetherness that is happily shown by the end.

With some incredibly steamy sex, some clever British slang and a visit from characters in the earlier installments, this wraps up a story for the fans of Irish Kisses, and gives them another HEA to cheer about.




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