To Marry an Irish Rogue

To Marry an Irish Rogue In the quaint town of Kilbooly two people are about to meet their matchIn Kilbooly Ireland men are a scarce commodity on the marriage market And those few available seem to want the benefits of mar

  • Title: To Marry an Irish Rogue
  • Author: Lisa Hendrix
  • ISBN: 9780515127867
  • Page: 152
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • In the quaint town of Kilbooly, two people are about to meet their matchIn Kilbooly, Ireland, men are a scarce commodity on the marriage market And those few available seem to want the benefits of marriage without the vows At their wits end, the women of the village band together to make honest men out of the bachelors once and for all But they need a special somethIn the quaint town of Kilbooly, two people are about to meet their matchIn Kilbooly, Ireland, men are a scarce commodity on the marriage market And those few available seem to want the benefits of marriage without the vows At their wits end, the women of the village band together to make honest men out of the bachelors once and for all But they need a special something to spark the flames of passionEnter Tara O Connell, a reporter in town to do a story on the business ventures of Brian Hanrahan, the richest and most sought after bachelor in the village Brian s feisty grandmother and her friends decide that this is their chance to set things a right in Kilbooly Now, the independent minded Tara and the business minded Brian are thrown into a wild scheme of romance one that has them tangling with the other reluctant bachelors, the determined matchmakers, and their own growing affection for one another

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    1. One of my all-time favourite contemporary romances! Tara Brid O'Connell, a reporter, comes to Kilbooly, hometown village of Brian Hanrahan, one of Ireland's richest and most visible playboys. Since the homeboy keeps close ties to the old stomping grounds, she has come to seek out information to bring the Brian down. He has built factories all over Ireland, and in his wake the towns are utterly destroyed. All that was Ireland lost to the flood of MacDonalds Hamburger joints.However, Tara finds a [...]

    2. There aren't many books I've encountered with an Irish theme, and I was getting in the mood for St. Patrick's Day, so I decided to give this a read, since it's been in my TBR pile for *hangs head* a very long time. Disclaimer: I'm personally acquainted with the author, although I *bought* this book.It's a fun, light and funny romance set in the small (fictional) Irish town of Kilbooly, where the women have decided to hold a Bachelor Boycott to spur the men of Kilbooly to close the deal. Tara O'C [...]

    3. **MINOR SPOILERS**this book was great. the whole idea was fun, from the "boycotting" of the men to the elements that brought Tara and Brian together. the boycott fallout was especially hilarious, such as Tommy having to do his own wash and turning his white church shirts pink after washing his favorite red top with them--then having to wear the pink shirt to mass!, the salted stew, Jack the cat, and Crissy and Rory's sneaking around that led them to be the surprise couple the others didn't know [...]

    4. Good Irish romance, humorous, entertaining village, and a mild mystery, not of a murder, but of goings on in the town very enjoyable read!

    5. The second book in the series Irish Eyes. I read for March Irish challenge in one of my groups. It was a light fun read and I really liked it.

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