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Continua a fare acquisti. Prodotti non disponibili per l'acquisto. One of my lesser favorite Lanyon's, but I still enjoyed it. This was like a short, condensed version of a lot of other cop novels I've read. The age-old story of "I don't want you until you don't want me either, then I want you. Some shorts can work, but this one felt like I was missing the rest of the story.
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Sadly this was just an OK read for me. This was really, really short and really, really sweet and romantic too. As an Irish girl I love to read books that are somewhat set in my country. This was no exception. I loved this short story. Keir and Rick made me smile, I thought they were a sweet couple. The cops theme is a favourite of mine and when you have two MC's that are best friends, I fall in love immediately. I could not wait for Rick to come to his senses. I was giddy by the end.
Which by the way was incredibly sweet. Must read short story!
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I am dashing to Lanyon's bookshelf as we speak. Ohhhh, I can tell you one thing- this may be the first bit of work I've read by JL, but it certainly won't be the last.
This is one of those stories that contains Lanyon's strengths and his flaws in about equal measure. The chemistry between the characters is immediate and engrossing in that particular romance novel way where you want to cheer for them and bash their heads together in about equal measure. But, with such a short story, Lanyon still managed to rush the ending. The thing about romance is that the ending is really never in question and so what becomes important is the how.
How are these two or more people going to resolve their conflicts? We see the outcome, of course; Rick showing up at the pub, and that moment is for me, at least all a reader could wish for more or less; there's still never really a moment where the boys address their communication failures, but the imagination can also fill in that part but the sweetness for me was at least slightly soured by not having or being able to see the moment Rick makes the decision to act. There are different ways to lose people and sometimes your fear is exactly what causes the loss.
I'm glad this was seen. Rick and Keir are partners and best friends and they should be more. But after a very short time of being lovers, Rick breaks it off. Rick desperately tries to adjust to the idea that Keir will be gone. This is a story of realizing what your fear will make you lose. My heart was in my throat the entire read. I teared up at the end. Such a bittersweet story. Good thing there is a happy ending. Didn't expect that at all.
Only 20 pages, but I was on the edge of my seat the whole time. Needless to say, i loved it. Beautiful short story about two friends who are lovers - one needs a little push to accept it. Sweet and brilliantly written. This is a short story, really, but what the hey. It's short and sweet and, if you were thinking of getting it for your Kindle -- I'd say forget it.
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If you get a chance to read it, it's not bad: I did like the ending. Although why is a lesbian couple on a GLBT singles tour, my housemate would like to know? One person found this helpful. Determination to right many wrongs drives him back to the people and land that once laid witness to the very things that drove him away.
For years he has hidden from what happened, but now he seeks a little dram of peace for his soul and a place he can claim for himself and his daughter Kathryn. But the town is far from over the scars cast upon it while he lived there as a boy. Still reemerging from the terrible waist of the infamous Great Famine, Ballycashel itself is in need of a healing as well.
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When their old master passes and this new one takes the reins, many are looking upon Burke with a knowing eye. Siobhan Desmond knows not why the brooding man attracts her so, but she feels in her heart he is a good person, despite her experiences with the old master. Like all residents of the town, her heart is still healing and she and Burke begin a tenuous dance as old as time--one of love and all the promise it holds in its grasp, if only they would seize it. Can Burke find a way back to the land that was always waiting to welcome him and let go of painful secrets?
Danger is only a stones throw away and he and Siobhan will have to find a way to fight without sacrificing their hearts. Many heartfelt sighs were wrenched from me as Burke and Siobhan's story unfurled. Author Owens pens in loving detail all that is dear to not only this couple, but the town itself as well. Their coming together is a catalyst that unwinds quickly and aids in relieving not only their minds, but the rest of the townsfolk too. The town, with all its residents, was at times like one character in itself, one that comes together to support Burke when he needs it most.
But alas, his true salvation laid in Siobhan and their ability to find love once more. This was a truly enchanting tale of love lost and regained, revenge and a town saved. Owens, for a wonderful read! David Burke has a past and it's been a rough one. He used to be known in Ireland as Rory O'Brian but when he left he changed his name and began putting his life back together. But it's time to return to his homeland and face his troubled past and hopefully find the peace his soul so desperately needs.
What he finds is not what he expects since a famine has left deep scars in Ballycashel. Will Ireland be the balm David needs or will it be too much for him. Siobhan Desmond needs to find work in order to take care of her family. The famine hit them hard and when she learns a new master has returned to Ballycashel she seeks employment and instantly feels a connection to the newcomer. David seems angry yet she can see deeper into his heart and knows what he needs is a tenuous connection to something or perhaps someone.
Perhaps the healing power of love will tie these two together. Owen has penned a very romantic story demonstrating the power of love and how it can heal deep wounds not only for our protagonists, but for the village they call home as well. Owen was not afraid to add history to her writing therefore making this a well rounded read. This is one author I plan on keeping my eye on.