Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Love and Shamrocks by Zara Keane

 Zara Keane's 5th addition to the Ballybeg Series: Love and Shamrocks!

Trouble in Dublin…
Clio Havelin needs a lucky break. Desperate to protect her child, Clio accepts her estranged mother’s offer of a refuge in Ballybeg. What can go wrong in a place with more cows than people? Her hope for a fresh start is smashed to smithereens when she’s blackmailed into facilitating the heist of the decade. So the last thing Clio needs is a sexy cop underfoot, especially when she’s one crime away from freedom. Too bad she’s already slept with him.
…True Love in Ballybeg.
Seán Mackey wants his life back. The former police detective is now stuck apprehending errant sheep in Ballybeg — population 3968, pubs 35. After months of frustration, he’s finally on the scent of a real case. When he’s sidelined into playing bodyguard for his nemesis, talk show hostess Helen Havelin, he’s pissed. And when his gorgeous one-night stand turns out to be Helen’s daughter, Clio, pissed turns to horrified.

My review:Another stunning addition to a fun series. I love balleybeg. I love the characters, good and evil.I love the language and the crazy situations they find themselves in.
Cilo and Sean's story is no different. We have a reformed bad girl making a knee jerk reaction landing her back on the questionable side of the law, a Guardia in charge of protecting a women he detest and a sullen teenager. All leading us through a plot that is humorous, adventurous , unbelievable, crazy and down right fun to follow.
Enjoy another look at the citizens of Ballybeg in this wonderful book!
Bonus is the knowledge we will see more of Ballybeg with the bad boys series!
Catch up on the other books of Ballybeg!

Meet Zara:
Zara Keane grew up in Dublin, Ireland, but spent her summers in a small town very similar to the fictional Ballybeg.
She currently lives in Switzerland with her family. When she’s not writing or wrestling small people, she drinks far too much coffee, and tries – with occasional success – to resist the siren call of Swiss chocolate.
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