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Echoes of Scotland Street (On Dublin Street Book 5) by [Young, Samantha]
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Praise for Samantha Young and the "On Dublin Street "series
"Highly recommend this one."--"USA Today"
"Truly enjoyable...a really satisfying love story."--Dear Author
"[Young] is a goddess when it comes to writing hot scenes."--Once Upon a Twilight
"Flirty, romantic and passionate."--"RT Book Reviews"
"Wonderfully written, very upbeat, and easy to read."--Under the Covers
"Delivers on all fronts--charismatic characters, witty dialogue, blazing-hot sex scenes, and real-life issues make this book an easy one to devour. Samantha Young is not an author you should miss out on!"--Fresh Fiction


Praise for Samantha Young and the"On Dublin Street "series
Highly recommend this one. "USA Today"
Truly enjoyable a really satisfying love story. Dear Author
[Young] is a goddess when it comes to writing hot scenes. Once Upon a Twilight
Flirty, romantic and passionate. "RT Book Reviews"
Wonderfully written, very upbeat, and easy to read. Under the Covers
Delivers on all fronts charismatic characters, witty dialogue, blazing-hot sex scenes, and real-life issues make this book an easy one to devour. Samantha Young is not an author you should miss out on! Fresh Fiction
"

Praise for Samantha Young and theOn Dublin Street series
Highly recommend this one. USA Today
Truly enjoyable a really satisfying love story. Dear Author
[Young] is a goddess when it comes to writing hot scenes. Once Upon a Twilight
Flirty, romantic and passionate. RT Book Reviews
Wonderfully written, very upbeat, and easy to read. Under the Covers
Delivers on all fronts charismatic characters, witty dialogue, blazing-hot sex scenes, and real-life issues make this book an easy one to devour. Samantha Young is not an author you should miss out on! Fresh Fiction
"

Praise for Samantha Young and the On Dublin Street series
-Highly recommend this one.---USA Today
-Truly enjoyable...a really satisfying love story.---Dear Author
-[Young] is a goddess when it comes to writing hot scenes.---Once Upon a Twilight
-Flirty, romantic and passionate.---RT Book Reviews
-Wonderfully written, very upbeat, and easy to read.---Under the Covers
-Delivers on all fronts--charismatic characters, witty dialogue, blazing-hot sex scenes, and real-life issues make this book an easy one to devour. Samantha Young is not an author you should miss out on!---Fresh Fiction

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From the bestselling author of On Dublin Street comes a seductive story of forgiving the past and making up for lost time....

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1042 KB
  • Print Length: 337 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0349408165
  • Publisher: Piatkus (7 Oct. 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00NLHJ960
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars 92 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #27,123 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I've got that complete 'feel-good' sensation that only a few authors can give me on finishing a book. Echoes lived up to the series reputation and provided a tale of struggle, joy, ink, heat and all in that lovely Scottish backdrop.

Cole is all grown up. I didn't know how to feel about his adult status or the idea of the On Dublin Street gang older, with kids, but it totally worked. Grown up Cole is a gorgeous man with a good career managing a famous tattoo parlour where he uses his artist skills. Shannon needs a job, having left Glasgow and her estranged family behind and turns up an INKcarnate for the receptionist position. Shannon is anti-man and isn't afraid to let Cole know she isn't interested. Cole is more than skin-deep gorgeousness, he's a product of the great role models in his life, a caring friend and he feels a connection to Shannon.

This book gave all the feels. I loved both the characters but Cole was just superb. How Samantha Young writes these men, all different, I'll never know. I cannot call my favourite between Cole, Braden, Nate and Cam. I'll go with my most recent crush, Cole!

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I absolutely love this series. It has so much depth and the characters are all so loveable. For that reason I was disappointed when the previous book in the series, Fall From India Place, came out because it felt rushed and predictable. After reading that it left me nervous for 'Echo's of Scotland Street' especially seen as Cole was such a beloved character in all the other books. I didn't want to see his story forced like Hannah's felt.

Turns out I had nothing to worry about. This was so enjoyable and I loved the introduction of all the new characters. Cole is one of the biggest sweethearts to ever be written about and it was great to finally have his story added to the collection. Shannon is a great addition to the family and I hope this isn't the last we hear from them all.
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I have read all the books in this series and 'On Dublin Street' is my absolute favourite as it had all the angst and drama I crave in a book but the ones that came after 'On Dublin Street' seemed to be lacking in any real excitement and I felt the same with this one. Don't get me wrong, it was a lovely story about the relationship between Shannon and Cole but there was just something missing for me and it was too predictable. Also what got on my nerves was the constant dialogue about how 'good looking' Cole was. We really didn't need to know that on every other page - it got so boring and actually made his character seem very shallow even though he wasn't. I understand that our 'book men' are obviously just a fantasy as most men are not fantastically good looking but it just got tedious to be told that all the time. This series is very addictive though so I'm still hopeful that the next story will have more of the angst and drama I love.
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Little Cole is all grown up! If you have been following this series, Cole is the younger brother of Jo from Down London Road. Cole didn’t have the easiest of childhoods but his sister and her boyfriend really came through for him and set him on the right path. Cole has a passion for body art and now manages a popular tattoo parlour in Edinburgh, he gets a pleasant surprise when a blast from the past is hired as the new receptionist.

Although I was initially disappointed that I wasn’t getting Cole’s POV as it is his story, I wasn’t disgruntled for long as Shannon was instantly likeable. She moved to Edinburgh after a fall out with her family, they never approved of her choices in partners, as Shannon seemed to attract the baddest of bad boys. Of course, upon meeting sexy, tattooed Cole, Shannon typecasts him as a bad boy and she denies their previous encounter. Shannon is determined to keep things platonic between them, but her shield crumbles when Cole proves her bad boy theory wrong.

“Don’t, I snapped, turning on my heel and heading back to the kitchen to finish making dinner. “Don’t what?” He followed. “Be boyish and charming.” “That’s kind of hard. I am boyish and charming.”

As with all the previous books, I love the inclusion of the other characters and it’s great to see what stage they are at in their lives. I also like the new characters Samantha Young introduces, it is always an eclectic mix and they always add something to the story.

One character that made me laugh and frequently was Rae, she was also a tattooist and she didn’t mince her words. She was good enough to let Shannon stay with her, even though it did come with a couple of conditions.

“No need to worry about hiding your vibrators, Shannon.
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4.25 stars--ECHOES OF SCOTLAND STREET is the fifth full length storyline in Samantha Young’s adult, contemporary On Dublin Street romance series focusing on a tight knit family and group of friends from Scotland. This is tattoo artist Cole Walker (Jo Walker’s brother from Down London Road) and Shannon MacLeod’s story. Although Echoes of Scotland Street is part of the continuing series, it can be read as a stand-alone without any problems but why would you want to!!

We were first introduced to Cole as a fifteen year old young man in the first book of the series- On Dublin Street. In Echoes of Scotland Street the storyline begins around the same timeline when Cole and Shannon first met years before. Fast forward nine years where Cole and Shannon will be reunited at Inkarnate-a tattoo shop in Edinburgh, Scotland –where Cole works and manages, and Shannon comes looking for a job. But the previous nine years have destroyed Shannon’s faith and trust in men, and seeing Cole again, brings back too many painful memories.

The focus of the story is a second chance-of sorts- for Cole and Shannon. With only a brief conversation between the pair nine years earlier, Cole has never forgotten the cute and tiny redhead that captured his eye. As Cole tries to win over Shannon, he will be constantly pushed away until he has been pushed too far. Shannon’s distrust of everything male has left a bitter and broken heart that has yet to mend. Her past is rife with heartbreak, abuse and loss.

Shannon’s past experiences with men have left her in a perpetual state of jumping to conclusions and building up walls. She is quick to judge based on appearances; she does not give anyone the benefit of the doubt; and in this she was a difficult character to like.
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