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Hot Property (Irish romantic comedy)

by Susanne O'Leary

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Fun, romantic Irish story

This is an enjoyable story with a happy ending! The main character, Megan, is a believable Irish lass with a sense of style and adventure. She takes a chance on life, love and change and comes out a winner.

The story even manages a few small and one big twist in its proceedings, with a little sex thrown in (would have been just fine without it).

An easy read through, maybe even in one sitting with a cup of hot cocoa. Two thumbs up!
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  CRMJones | Jan 4, 2017 |
A beautiful heroine, two gorgeous guys, a picturesque cottage on the peaceful coast of Ireland, a family secret and a treasure. What more could you ask for in a romance novel? Susanne O'Leary gives the reader that and more in her latest project, "Hot Property". And HOT it is!!!

O'Leary's novel is a great read for anyone who loves and has a yearning for mystery, romance and traveling to beautiful, scenic Ireland.O'Leary gives the readers characters that she herself is invested in. She develops each one in such a way that there are no villans. Each character has their own strengths, weaknesses and vulnerabilities. Each comes to the table with their own story, but yet the reader doesn't get bogged down with details. O'Leary has the reader rooting for each character and anticipating how each one will complete the story she is telling.

All in all, "Hot Property" is a page turner that will keep the reader on the edge of their seat. A story that the reader will find hard to put down and when finished they will be longing for more. Maybe even hoping and wishing to one day take a magical trip to the Atlantic Coast of Ireland. ( )
  BethMcKamy | Jul 27, 2013 |
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