Nora Kelly loves her carefree London life where there’s always a new woman to seduce. Her big Irish family tease her about her footloose ways, but she knows she’s in no danger of losing her heart.
Her family has only one rule when it comes to dating: Nora can date any woman she wants—as long as she’s not a Flannery. The Kellys and the Flannerys have been feuding ever since both families arrived in London from Ireland sixty years ago, and time has not lessened the hatred.
But never-tied Nora has just met the woman of her dreams, and suddenly commitment isn’t a dirty word. Trouble is, Geraldine is a Flannery.
I was quite shocked with how much I ended up enjoying this book. Granted, I did have the twist figured out pretty quickly, but that did not deter from my enjoyment of the book in any way. I still was drawn into the story and left wondering what was going to happen next.
I think that Blue did a great job with Nora’s character — she really did come off as a complete player who was only looking for 1 night stands. So the transformation from the player to the woman in love was very realistic and completely believable.
Geraldine’s character was as very well written. It was impossible to NOT feel the emotions coming off her while reading the book. You could tell that she didn’t want to do what she did, but she did it anyway.
I was left on the edge of my seat wondering what was going to happen next with Nora and Ger, and you can be sure that I’ll be looking out for the next book in this series.