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Cole Walker is exactly the sort that Shannon wants to avoid - gorgeous, tattooed, charming, and cocky. But his rough exterior hides a good man who's ready to find "the one". He's determined to pull Shannon from her self-imposed solitude to win her heart.
As Shannon opens up in the face of Cole's steady devotion, the passion between them ignites to blazing levels. But when Shannon's past comes back to haunt her, her fears may destroy the trust Cole has built between them - and tear them apart for good.…
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By Jennifer on 03-15-15
A fantastic story
Oh, Cole. Why can't you be mine?
Samantha Young, you have done it again. I keep falling in love with these characters you write and Cole is no exception. He might even been my favorite - although, don't tell Braden or Nate that!
Writing a series like On Dublin Street can be difficult. Often the quality of a series dwindles. But not with this one. Both Shannon's and Cole's characters gripped my heart from the beginning. I empathized and understood both of their histories and backgrounds and loved reading the attraction that fizzed between them. The story kept me glued and wanting to know where the next turn was going to take these two. This novel includes courage, resilience, love, and pure attraction intertwined between family feuds and cruel pasts.
"You're worth every bad thing that's ever happened to me, because going through them led me to you."
Just so yummy!
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By PlantCrone on 08-16-16
Excellent addition to the Dublin St series
Though I'm much older than the target audience for the Dublin Street series, I've really enjoyed the plot/story arc and narration on all of the novels I've heard...(with the exception of the "India Way" book, which really dragged for me snd which got sent right back due to the sorry narration).
Samamtha Young writes a great love story with super love scenes, in this book based in a Glasgow Tattoo Parlor.
Elle Newlands is the best narrator the series could have..fortunately her accent isn't 'Glaswegian'..which is totally impossible for the American ear to translate. Additionally she puts emotion into her reading of the book. Unlike Clohe Lynn who reads the India Way story, Newlands is a great narrator.
Start with the first book and if you enjoy it, suck it up and buy enough credits to get the rest of the series..well worth the credits for any woman from 20s to 80s.
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