Thursday, March 17, 2011

Irish Ice by Emly Forrest

Title: Irish Ice
Author: Emly Forrest
Publisher: Lyrical Press
Publication Date: March 7, 2011
ISBN: 9781616502393
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Length: 44 pages
Heat Level: Sensual
Reviewer: TJ
Date: March 16, 2011

Danger and romance ignite when Irish Eyes turn into Irish Ice.

A killer is on the loose in Boston with possible IRA connections and ties to murders in London. When Jessica Grandville lands in Beantown for business, she's charmed by Colin Keane, a much younger and sexy Northern Irishman.

As Jessica and Colin's brief liaison develops into the start of a serious relationship, she begins to suspect there is more to him than meets the eye. Dragged into a web of danger and intrigue, she believes Colin is directly involved in the murders. And although attracted to his warmth and wit, she fears his fierce temper.

Jessica must decide if she's willing to sacrifice her comfortable, yet dull, existence to pursue a relationship with the man whose loving eyes can turn in an instant into Irish ice.

I have always wanted to visit Boston and if I could be guaranteed an encounter with a charming Irishman I'd book my flight right now. Emly Forrest gives her readers a suspenseful, sexy read. Jessica is a fantastic, mature heroine and  I love how I got glimpses into her home and work life. The descriptions of her meetings had me chuckling out loud because I've been there! Colin is the consummate dark and mysterious stranger. I can definitely understand his attraction and there was a certain forbidden appeal, but it is one thing to be a bad boy and quite another to be simply bad. This is a great way to celebrate St. Patrick's Day or infuse any other day of the year with a touch of Irish charm.

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