On Dublin Street Library Binding – 31 Dec 2012
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"This is a really sexy book and I loved the heroine's journey to find herself and grow strong. Highly recommend this one."--"USA"" Today's Happily Ever After Blog"" ""Young's voice is riveting and once I opened the book, I wanted to hang a 'do not disturb' sign around my neck until I was finished. This book definitely landed on my 2012 top picks!"--"Fiction Vixen"" ""This book had some funny dialogue, some amazingly hot sex scenes, and emotional drama. Did I mention the amazing sex scenes?"--"Dear Author" "This book is fun. Sexy. A little dark. While the hero is extremely dominant, he also shows his softer side just when she needs it."--"Smexy Books" "Every page sizzles when these two get together, but this book is so much more than a hot romp. This book has heart - and lots of it...IF you want a book that will lure you in, grab you by the scruff of the neck and never let you go until you finish reading the last page, then "On Dublin Street" is the book for you."--totallybookedblog.com "Brilliantly written with just the right amount of hotness, sexiness and romance and everything else in between."--onceuponatwilight.com
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Samantha Young is a Scottish book addict who graduated from the University of Edinburgh.
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The characters are all extremely sexy and charming in there own very unique ways(certainly gives your imagination a wake up call). The author takes you right into the heart of Edinburgh and gives you a real feel for the people,area and life style. It is lovely to be able to relate to a book so vividly as I have oftern visited edinburgh.
As for the adult side of the book what can I say amazingly descriptive and relevant to the story line rather than just placed into the script to heat things up.
A must read as far as Im concerned and in my personal opinion overshadows certain other books of this nature that are currently available.
Cant wait for the next one thank you once again for another amazing book Samanatha.
I liked this heroine, her toughness and her bluntness. Many times she was sharp, even hurtful to some degree, but even with all that, I never stopped liking her. And I'm one to turn on a character in an instant, but Jocelyn made sense to me, and all because the author wrote this young woman with a very genuine emotion, with very geniune character, and with a whole lot of depth. There's a truth to Jocelyn, and when you read her words and her thoughts, you see and feel all that she's hiding and revealing. I was impressed with her emotional journey and how she took me along with her on that ride. For all the toughness, there is a vulnerability to her, a fragility that's touching.
As that hot Scot pursued her, I felt her passion, her fear, and her longing for more. There is so much chemisty between her and Braden. Right from their first meeting, the attraction is instant, and it made each page fly by. I wanted them to get together, couldn't wait to read it. As she resisted him, it only made him more curious and more interested in her, and it made me frustrated and eager!Read more ›
The story revolves around Joss Butler and Braden Carmichael *swoon*. Joss lost her family to a car accident and has moved to Scotland from the States to escape from it all. Braden is a wealthy business magnate who happens to be the older brother of Joss's new flatmate Ellie. It's a story about love, about friendship, about redemption and mostly about how sometimes you need a little help laying your ghosts to rest.
Joss is funny, witty, brave and yet damaged. There is so much depth to her character and the way Samantha has portrayed her panic attacks is spot on. You don't ever forget the way they make you feel, or that moment when your world crashes down around you. The way Joss deals with it is maybe not the healthiest, but there is no way to rationalise irrational guilt. It's easy to understand how losing everyone you love would make you afraid to care again. It irritates me that so many have likened this to 50 Shades. Joss is not some vapid watercolour of a girl. She's fiery and strong and intelligent. Plus she has her own money so it's not exactly a Cinderella story. She's an immensely likeable character.
When Braden crashes into her world, he upsets everything.Read more ›
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Did anybody else think this book is exhausting to read? If feel Jocelyn is the most hardest person to please. Read morePublished 9 hours ago by Amazon Customer
I have re read this book so many times. Charcters are great. Some really funny bits in it too. I just love it!Published 4 days ago by Sandie Grieve
Great read if you like this type of book. Couldn't put it down when I read it on holiday.Published 18 days ago by jo benbow
I Loved it. Great writing and familiar setting. What could be better?
Can't wait to read the sequel and more!
Haven't read a book I've enjoyed as much as this in a long time. Loved it xPublished 3 months ago by LOZZA
I have only recently discovered Samantha Young but now I have, I've read and devoured all her books. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Kate F
Great story! Very hard to put down... I like that it includes issues people can relate to. Similar to 50 Shades of Grey but without the over powering dominance. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Angel Gray
I loved this this book.
A gripping story with brilliant characters, I couldn't put it down.
Braden was gorgeous, Joss was snarky (but loveable) and Ellie was sweet to... Read more