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Book 2 of this series has me remembering my first crush...wow, that is a long time ago, but I can still feel that love today! CM Seabrook has captured this feeling in Tempting Irish. Remembering Owen from book 1, he was coming off a bad head injury and was not yet himself. Now Bree comes into his life things and his whole life is turned upside down. This girl has had a crush on Owen since she was a preteen, long before Wild Irish hit the charts. She has come back to Ireland to seek her roots and see Owen, hoping to rekindle that feeling and flee her past. These two from the start have an amazing chemistry, and the sweetness is beyond compare. Seabrook is able to capture the feeling of love, the angst of the unknown and meld it into a wonderfully fulfilling story. The emotional pull of this couple will have you from chapter 1! It's also a lot of fun to catch up with the rest of the ensemble, Emer and Aiden, Killian and Delaney and feel the strong bond these people have together.
Kyle Maraglio continues his narration of the story. I love his Irish accent, and enjoy his narration. I do wish he used more of a woman's voice for Bree, and sometimes his differentiation is not clear between characters, but for the most part, his narration is clear, well paced and enjoyable.
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I do not even know how to put into words how much this book touched me. I was so hooked and so emotionally invested from the very beginning until the end. If you love books, romances, books that grab your insides and make you feel then you need to buy this book. I cried, smiled, laughed, and cried again. I think this was my favorite out of the Irish series but since they were all brilliant that is hard to say. Now I want a happy ending for Shane and more from the Wild Irish family. Thank you C.M. Seabrook for a book that was so well written that it touched my soul.
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This book was a tooth grinding experience to listen to. The narrator took what was a reasonable storyline and made it unbearable. Dreadful drawling accents. Hope never to sit through another book narrated by Kyle Maraglio