The Irish Cottage: Finding Elizabeth by Juliet Gauvin
My rating: 2 of 5 stars
Mediocre read about an attorney who loses her great aunt (who raised her) and decides to move to Ireland to regroup and recover. She immediately runs into a gorgeous Irish man coming out of the bathroom, naked of course. It's obvious where the book is headed. I used to read this genre when I was younger but have grown weary of the extremely detailed sex scenes and lack of more attention to the story line. The book ends rather abruptly but gives you a few pages of the next book in the series. Won't continue with this series.
Friday, March 6, 2020
Review: The Irish Cottage: Finding Elizabeth
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