Wild Irish Ride, A Southern Steam Novel

Wild Irish Ride, A Southern Steam Novel

by Jennifer Saints

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BN ID: 2940148436829
Publisher: Novels Alive Publishing, LLC
Publication date: 09/10/2010
Series: Weldon Brothers , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 312
Sales rank: 6,073
File size: 3 MB

About the Author

USA Today Bestselling Author, Jennifer St. Giles/J.L. Saint/Jennifer Saints

This bewitching Georgia Peach is anything but ordinary. She’s a mother, nurse, thriller writer, award-winning paranormal/romance/contemporary author, passionate patriot, event planner and more! She’s also home schooled three children and is the Vice-President of a charitable foundation which helps women and children’s causes and in her spare time she writes screenplays!

J.L. in her own words:

Under a barrage of nagging by BFF’s, I’ve been told my bio was boring, not at all a reflection of just who I am beneath the surface, which is a compliment…I think. So, I promised to rev it up a bit. Thus the reason why I’m sitting here staring at the computer screen with nothing but crickets in my brain. I’m totally into making up wild and interesting stories with a lot of heart thrown into the mix, but telling people about myself isn’t so easy. What can I tell you about me?
I don’t play video games or watch horror because I can’t take the heat, but give me a kickass thriller every minute of every day and I am there. Be prepared for a Hoover Dam meltdown if you’re with me and the movie is sad. So, to avoid disaster, I love romantic comedies.

Never coffee. Always tea. Never beer. Always champagne. There’s more, but hey, gotta save some secrets until after the first date, right?

I grew up in Miami. Went to nursing school in Georgia, where I now reside. I raised and home schooled three great kids. I wrote for nine years before I sold a book, which made me a firm believer that a person should NEVER NEVER NEVER GIVE UP ON THEIR DREAMS.

I remember my father’s remark after a particularly scandalous story about one of my ancestors, a story that involves a conspiracy, treason, betrayal, murder, and execution, a story that after a drink or two in the bar, I might be enticed to share. Anyway, what my father said was, “You can’t keep a good man down.” And I kind of see that in myself. Not that I am necessarily good, because the definitions of moral words are often relative, but I do persevere, and I am resilient. Nothing in life has ever worked out the way I planned for it too. In many areas of my life, I have yet to reach the level I thought I would, of where I envisioned I would be, but I haven’t given up. I won

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Wild Irish Ride, A Southern Steam Novel 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 13 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I don't normally leave reviews but this book should not be a three star book. With only one review I decided to read it and see what I thought myself. I'm glad I did!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A nice steamy romance with a bit of mystery. Can't wait to read more from this author.
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It's better than Jared's book. Author doesn't write mystery well, lots of sex that can get tedious, but overall a good read because of the family dynamic.
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Purchased book a while back and read first couple chapters. Started reading it again today...really nothing to it but sex scenes over and over. Boring.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
19 chapters of hot steamy sex in Savannah between a southern belle gallery owner and her across the tracks hunk with a stalker thrown in for some mystery.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was very boring. Nothing original about it. I couldn't even finish the book.
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