Sunday, July 25, 2010

Review: The Wild Irish Sea by Loucinda McGary

Book Info:

Mass Market Paperback: 320 pages
Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca (July 6, 2010)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1402226713
ISBN-13: 978-1402226717
Review Copy: Publisher
*All opinions are my own.

What I Thought:

I like books with telepathic characters so I defenitely had a fondness for the characters in this one.

While it was romantic it also had an air of mystery, suspense, and some exciting action!

I liked the main character Amber and her strong will. I also enjoyed Kevin and following the "journey" he went through.

Oh...I also love anything Irish (Yes, this cajun is part Irish!) so the book got some points there LOL!

Overall, I gave it a two thumbs up as it was an enjoyable read for me.

About The Book:
(from Amazon)

Drawn to a force he can't resist...
Former police officer Kevin Hennessey is running from his past-choosing to battle smugglers instead of dealing with his personal demons. When a desperate, rain-drenched American woman appears on his doorstep with wild tales of danger, Kevin is drawn to helping her, despite his reservations...

She never saw him coming...
Amber O'Neill knew without a doubt that her brother was in mortal danger. Rushing heedlessly to the rocky shores of Ireland, Amber was stunned to find her rescue mission derailed by a gorgeous, but deeply flawed Irishman...

The tumultuous sea, the intertwined fates of the coastal villagers, and unearthly tales of a hidden selkie prince bring Kevin and Amber together in a connection of mind, body, and soul that neither can deny...

2 comments:

  1. I can't wait to read this one! I read her first book and really loved it. I love all things Irish too!!

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