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Wild Irish Eyes

Mystic Cove Series #2
Narrated by: Amy Landon
Series: Mystic Cove, Book 2
Length: 5 hrs and 19 mins
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Summary

Oh, to stop the voices in her head. Other people's voices, that is. As a pub owner with an extra-special gift, all Cait Gallagher craves is a moment of silence. That, and to own the building her pub is housed in along with the heart of the building's landlord, Shane MacAuliffe. Though she is irresistibly drawn to Shane, her vulnerabilities cause her to put up a tough exterior. When the two butt heads, more than sparks fly, and Cait finds herself trembling on the precipice of love.

Shane has watched Cait for years. Stubborn, beautiful, and with a trim body that he is dying to get his hands on, Cait is it for him. And yet, she continues to infuriate him by walking away from his kiss every time. At his wits' end, Shane doesn't know what to do to make Cait his own.

©2014 Tricia O'Malley (P)2016 Tantor

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  • SIMARA
  • 15-08-19

Too insecure/immature heroine

I couldn’t connect with the heroine because she was next level insecure and immature. Also, she has serious communication issues. The hero tried and tried and she kept running away and it got boring.

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  • Hug-A-Bug
  • 18-03-20

Wow! Happily Ever After

The twists in this story had you always guessing what was going to happen next. I enjoyed the audible as much as book 1. Looking forward to the next book in the series.
Since I have been to Ireland I can visualize the beautiful cove.

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  • Lauria V. Bell-hughes
  • 16-02-20

Love these books!

I absolutely love Trish O’Malley’s books. Beautifully written ! I will continue to read all of her books especially The Mystic Cove Series.

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  • michelle
  • 01-02-20

great just as expected

another great book to the series. captivating with every work. holds your attention and doesnt disappoint

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  • Antoinette Sellers
  • 25-01-20

Loved this series

Such a great book and wonderful narrator. I did not want to stop listening. Wonderful

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  • Tonja
  • 22-01-20

awesome installment

Cat will ANNOY you with her assuming & low self esteem BUT overall I LOVE this series!

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  • Connie Uhyrek
  • 22-01-20

Wild Irish Eyes

This was a light hearted story. I will listen to more of this author s books.

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  • Tonya
  • 13-01-20

Absolutely wonderful story

Funny, fiesty,, myetical, mysterious, full of love and truly a spiritual journey of finding one's self, path in life, embracing and accepting one's self while finding true love, friendship, and where they belong. Who they're destined to be with. It has humor, love and mystical romance. I've read a trilogy by nora roberts and this series is just as wonderful and has humor that isn't in that trilogy. I love reading series of books and this has become my favorite 7 book series. I love the Irish settings of these books and others

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  • Ellen
  • 02-10-19

Wild Irish Eyes book 2

A series......a small village in Ireland.... a special mystic cove full of magic and love 💗. The magic is past down from generations on the mothers side. Each girl/women has different personalities and gifts....they can accept the gift and if they do they will find their true love. If not...you must listen to the story to find out how their story begins and ends.🐼🐼🐼🐼🐼 Love the stories and the narrator.

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  • Douglas
  • 22-08-19

Seconds

Let me begin with the obvious. The second of a nything is either better or worse than the first--more often worse. "All Day and All of the Night" merely replicated "You Really Got Me." "Walk on With the Duke" fell short of "The Duke of Earl" and so on. "Let's Twist Again?" Let's not.

It's more of a mixed bag with movies, about 50/50. Superman 2 was far better than the first, but ""Back to the Future" would have done well to time travel over the next installment.

So, what's up with this second book. My first impression was that Ms. O'Malley was afraid to adandon the formula that served her well in the first installment. Girl struggles with accepting her powers, falls in love, enjoys sex, and then adds the terror of being found out by the man she loves to her already large bag of anxieties. Eventually she owns up to her calling as a cunning woman and her lover responds like an ass. Grief and tears follow, but then the man comes to his considerly dull senses. Ditto, ditto.

But there's some subtle story telling going on here, something transcendent beneath the surface that I just didn't feel in her first book. So, in spite of the carbon copy manuscript, I'm hopeful for better I pray that the craft will be presented in a deeper way, that the reader will begin to see the characters mature spiritually, and that the author will find a way to challenge her own notion that the gift is offered only to limited matriarchal bloodlines.