Kiss of the Irish, by Lauren Hawkeye is an interesting contemporary romance.
Sarah Mercer leaves the United States, as well as her cheating fiance, to spend several months in a small town in Ireland with Cian Murphy as her landlord. Cian is a classically reformed Irish bad boy, who owns the flat she's renting, as well as the town's main pub.
The majority of the story takes place at the bar and their bed...focused Cian and Sarah's very intimate and active relationship. Also, the secondary characters are delightfully intriguing leading to humorous interactions.
Kiss of the Irish is geared towards those who enjoy reading intimate contemporary romances.
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