Friday, April 24, 2015

Love and Shamrocks: Ballybeg, Book 5 (The Ballybeg Series)

Love and Shamrocks: Ballybeg, Book 5 (The Ballybeg Series) by Zara Keane

An Irish romantic comedy featuring an ex-thief heroine, a cop on a mission, and a dash of suspense.

Trouble in Dublin…

Clio Havelin needs a lucky break. Desperate to protect her child, Clio accepts her estranged mother’s offer of a refuge in Ballybeg. What can go wrong in a place with more cows than people? Her hope for a fresh start is smashed to smithereens when she’s blackmailed into facilitating the heist of the decade. So the last thing Clio needs is a sexy cop underfoot, especially when she’s one crime away from freedom. Too bad she’s already slept with him.

…True Love in Ballybeg.

Se├ín Mackey wants his life back. The former police detective is now stuck apprehending errant sheep in Ballybeg — population 3968, pubs 35. After months of frustration, he’s finally on the scent of a real case. When he’s sidelined into playing bodyguard for his nemesis, talk show hostess Helen Havelin, he’s pissed. And when his gorgeous one-night stand turns out to be Helen’s daughter, Clio, pissed turns to horrified.

4.0 out of 5 stars Great continuation of seriesApril 24, 2015
This review is from: Love and Shamrocks: Ballybeg, Book 5 (The Ballybeg Series) (Kindle Edition)
*I received this book free in exchange for an honest review*
I love this series. The little town of Ballybeg seems fun and interesting.
Sean and Clio are no exception. The story is exciting and full of fun, twists and more. It's a sweet little romance that you watch develop and strengthen over some real drama.
Clio wasn't exactly my favorite female from this town, but she certainly had some redeeming qualities about her. I enjoyed her more as the story progressed. If you're a fan of this town and series as I am, you're going to enjoy this next installment of the series!
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