Luck Be A Lady
(This review is based on the ARC provided by the publisher via Net Galley)
This was a sweet romance about a friends who were separated by a small misunderstanding. The writing style was good and flowing and I really enjoyed 8 dual point of view style of writing. I had a problem with understanding the Irish language and lingo, so sometimes I wasn't able to catch onto the emotions because of it. The characters were well conceived and I enjoyed that they were able to communicate and sort their problems out once they had met again. I did feel Aoife's character annoying because she was self centred and superficial. The chemistry between Aoife and Micheal was amazing and I loved how they could just sit and talk for hours. A good book overall, but it didn't encourage me to read the rest of the series.
Rating : 3/5
Michael Faraday, had his best friend walk out of him fifteen years ago without saying a word. Now so many years later she has returned to Ireland and all his feelings for her begins to resurface.
Aoife Fitzpatrick, is head of a cosmetic company and she has now returned to Dublin to set up a new headquarters for her company. When she meets Micheal again her childhood crush turns into adult attraction. Will their love be able to survive with them living in different countries?