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Summary

Leah Harmer meets the men of her dreams when they walk through the door of the diner in the town of Slick Rock, Colorado. The two O'Hara brothers, Connell and Seamus, are so hot, tall, and muscular that Leah is speechless when they ask her for a table. She is even more astonished when they rescue her from harassment at the hands of her boss and take her away to the safe seclusion of their ranch.

The two brothers know instantly that Leah is the woman they have been looking for. Now, all they have to do is convince her to accept them both. When the situation that gets Leah into their house arises, the two men jump in with both feet and don't look back once. Will they be able to convince Leah she is the woman of their dreams? Or will the danger stalking her make her run?

©2012 Becca Van (P)2015 Siren-BookStrand, Inc.

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  • April
  • 12-03-16

very disappointing

when you have Irish characters you need to have a narrator that can do one.

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  • B. Sehmer
  • 19-08-15

Irish brogue? Just something missing...

So, even though there was a disclaimer at the start of the book, I still think something was lost in the story without using the brogue that the author often referred to throughout the book.

But still, it was well read and I did like the book in print and audio form.

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  • Pamela
  • 17-06-15

Liked the story but...

Sorry, this was a good story but the narration really suffered. The lack of Irish accent really diminished the narration.