Review: Irish Kisses by Ella Grey

Irish Kisses by Ella Grey
Series:  Cupid’s Conquests
Release Date:  November 15, 2012
Publisher:  Evernight Publishing
Source:  book provided by the publisher for review
Pages:  57
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Abby Smith and Seth O’Connor might live in the same city but their paths have never crossed. It takes a murder to bring them together and fate to keep them there.

Abby has been thrown off the biggest case of the century because it suddenly got too personal. Her best friend and fellow lawyer Dawn Philips is brutally murdered and the witnesses are running scared. Then a man, saying that he was hired by Dawn before her murder, gives her a folder. There’s a witness, the only problem is she’s in Ireland.

Seth O’Connor never expected to meet a woman like Abby on the plane to the country of his birth. A passionate encounter between them leaves him wanting more. Then he ends up saving her life and realises that he can’t say goodbye to the beautiful redhead and he doesn’t want to either.

 

Review:  If you want a good read that is fast this is one for you.  You find yourself wrapped up in the story along with the characters in such a short time that you hate to see it end.  I even enjoyed the muse and cupid another hot couple.

I loved how Ms. Grey moved the story along with the fast paced writing not leaving anything out, capturing the reader’s attention and interests making us want more.

Abby and Seth fit together perfectly from their encounter in joining the mile high club (I would like to know how this works; As the planes I have been on leave no room to move while in the restroom), I am just saying.  Although with my writers imagination I could see it working.  Bravo!  Hot…steamy… sex on a plane.

The characters, the story, the fast paced read works.  I simply enjoyed it and will look for other things that Ms. Grey has written.