Luck of the Irish [NOOK Book]

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Quinn Donovan needs a change to get over a broken heart, so when he finds out his father wants some new horses from Ireland, he jumps at the opportunity. He has always dreamed of going abroad. But when he gets there, his first meeting with breeder Cian O’Reilly is a disaster—on both sides.

Ever since his parents abandoned him, Cian has lived with his grandfather, raising horses. He has no expectation of ever being happy and believes family ...
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Overview

Quinn Donovan needs a change to get over a broken heart, so when he finds out his father wants some new horses from Ireland, he jumps at the opportunity. He has always dreamed of going abroad. But when he gets there, his first meeting with breeder Cian O’Reilly is a disaster—on both sides.

Ever since his parents abandoned him, Cian has lived with his grandfather, raising horses. He has no expectation of ever being happy and believes family has to come first. Then his second meeting with Quinn turns his first impression on its head, and they discover they have a lot in common. But their time together has an expiry date: they live on different continents, and Cian can’t leave any more than Quinn can stay.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016077154
  • Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
  • Publication date: 1/9/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 477,358
  • File size: 2 MB

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  • Posted January 14, 2013

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    ~Reviewed by ANN & posted at Under the Covers Book Blog LU


    ~Reviewed by ANN & posted at Under the Covers Book Blog LUCK OF THE IRISH is an enjoyable, very sweet read. I thought Sutherland captured the essence of Ireland very well and it definitely felt as if you were transported there for the time being as you read the book. ~ Under the Covers

    This novella was my first venture into Cindy Sutherland’s writing. I was intrigued by the concept of this book because I am a sucker for all things Irish and just from reading the blurb alone, I knew that I would enjoy this book.

    Quinn Donovan is twenty-one years old and after having a bad round on the relationship ride, he has decided to take a month-long break. His father wishes to buy some new horses from Ireland so Quinn takes this opportunity to get over his broken heart.

    It is in Ireland that he meets Cian O’Reilly aka resident wet dream. At first, they start off on the wrong foot, but it doesn’t take either of them long to know that they complement each other well. Their love for horses soon develops into an everlasting love for each other.

    LUCK OF THE IRISH is an enjoyable, very sweet read. I thought Sutherland captured the essence of Ireland very well and it definitely felt as if you were transported there for the time being as you read the book. Though the pacing isn’t quite perfect, it was still a very fun, sweet read. As a new-to-me author, I’m glad to have tried out Sutherland’s work!

    *Review Copy provided by publisher

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