"The Sins of His Past" by Roxanne St. Claire: For one incredible night, Kendra Locke gave Deuce Monroe everything she had. Then he walked away to chase his big-league dreams. Now, after one too many daredevil stunts, he's back in his hometown, ready to pick up where they left off—but Kendra has no intention of giving in easily….
"Tangling with Ty" by Jill Shalvis: Dr. Nicole Mann has no room in her mind or her schedule for romance. But when the architect renovating her apartment turns out to have a charming Irish accent, all bets are off—and Ty Patrick O'Grady plans to use every trick in his book to stay in her life.
"Whatever Reilly Wants" by Maureen Child: Connor Reilly only has a few weeks to go in his "no sex for ninety days" bet with his brothers—and he figures no woman is safer to be around than his best friend, Emma Jacobsen. Until Emma shows up at a bar in a short skirt and high heels, and suddenly seems anything but safe!
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Irish ? Really?
I would try another book by these authors ( I do like Jill Shalvis books), but not with this narrator. She has an obvious Australian accent which doesn't fit at all with an Irish bar outside of Boston. Like many books, you can have a great story that would be an excellent read, but with the wrong person reading it, it loses it's appeal.
I have several books by Jill Shalvis and am very happy with them. I am not familiar with the other authors and might be willing to try them again.
Therese Plummer or Patricia Daniels. Anyone who can do an Irish accent!
Again, the stories were good, it's just hard to listen to someone who is completely wrong as narrator.
There is a reason to sample a book before you buy it. That is what I should have done since I would not have bought this had I listened to it first.
- Raemar3356 "Rachel H."
Pick an accent, please.
The narration was all over the place, and REALLY painful. I even tried to speed up the narration.... it didn't help. After the first book, I was hoping that the second two were narrated by different narrators, I think it tainted my view of the last two books before I even began.
Maybe, if they had a different narrator.
Her various and inconsistent accents really made it difficult to stick with the book and get into the stories. I thought the Northeast and Irish(?) accents were painful in The Sins of His Past, but the Southern accents in Whatever Reilly Wants were horrific. May have been better to have just read the book, instead of listening to them.
No one character disturbed me, but again I had a hard time getting into the stories. It was the narrator.
- Kristy D.