On Dublin Street (On Dublin Street #1) by Samantha Young
A women hiding from her past has all of her secrets laid bare in this New York Times and USA Today bestselling sensation that enraptured readers everywhere…
Braden Carmichael is used to getting what he wants, and he’s determined to get Jocelyn into his bed. He knows she has a past, one that has made her skittish about getting into a relationship, so he proposes an arrangement that will satisfy their intense attraction without any strings attached.
But after an intrigued Jocelyn accepts, Braden decides he won’t be satisfied with just mind-blowing passion. The stubborn Scotsman is intent on truly knowing her…down to the very soul.
Title: On Dublin Street
Author: Samantha Young
Publication Date: August 31st, 2012
Shelves: Contemporary; Romance;
Format: Kindle (372 pages)
On Dublin Street is one of my favorites ever! It did not only make me fall in love with every character, but it grew something in me for Scotland. I mean how can one not swoon all over????
Joss is breathtaking and Braden is perfect! I try to find my words, maybe search a few similar words, but why bother perfection?!
To sum it up, I honestly think this On Dublin street has it all. Joss has experienced loss at a greater scale than most of us when she was just 14. She has learned to cope with her share of pain and avoid getting close to anybody else just to avoid getting hurt. But that all change when she moved in with Ellie Carmichael and met her brother, Braden. They started to get close to her, and without seeing, she started to care and love them.
I very much enjoyed how Braden gets a real interest in her and wants to figure her out. He is exceptionally good at keeping studying her to find the root of her panic attacks when somebody talks about love and family.
“I know you love me, Jocelyn, because there’s no fucking way I can be this much in love with you, and not have you feel the same way. It’s not possible.”
On Dublin street will take you to a journey of a love story where the power of love can mend broken hearts. The story of Joss and Braden is not over yet, since you will see more of them during the whole series. Therefore, you will always have a lot at how they live their life as a happy couple.
The fun is not over, since here is the full reading list of On Dublin Street series. Happy reading!
“I miss someone who gets me. I called a woman on my research team a bitch – you know in a friendly way – and she told me to go to hell. And I think she really meant it.”
“Rhian, we’ve talked about this. Normal people don’t like to be called names. For some reason, they tend to take is personally. And you are a tad bitchy, by the way.
“Normal people are so sensitive.”
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