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Sweet Days

Four Days, Book 2
Narrated by: Kevin L. Knights
Series: Four Days Series, Book 2
Length: 6 hrs and 37 mins
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Summary

Patrick Doyle is a rude, selfish, and cynical man, but for his friends and family, he'd do anything. His dream of pursuing music came to an abrupt halt after a car accident involving those he loves most in the world. So he dedicated himself to working full time in the pub he manages with his childhood buddies, keeping his distance from love or any other kind of bind.

Erin O'Neill is a bright, young woman with her future well planned. She's about to graduate, she's got a part-time job in Patrick's pub, and the perfect boyfriend, until the unexpected happens, upsetting her life and turning all her well-laid plans upside down, leaving her alone and desperate.

Patrick isn't the kind of guy to get caught up in other people's problems, especially if it involves a damsel in distress. But he can't help coming to her aid and finds himself catapulted into her life against his will, even if he would like to maybe be part of that life and even if that means getting hurt and hurting her, too.

Because Patrick destroys everything he touches.

Sweet Days is a complete stand-alone and a part of the Four Days Series.

©2018 A. S. Kelly (P)2019 A. S. Kelly

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  • 16-01-19

The first one was better, but this moved forward.

I didn’t care for all the “baby drama,” but this story did progress the plot towards the next book. I think the narrator sounds jus5 fine— he’s clear and easy-to-understand. Can you imagine how hard it’d be to understand if everyone had a “real” Irish accent?