Top positive review
on 16 May 2014
I did it!!! I finally read On Dublin Street!!!! And..... I really liked it, yay for me!!!
This was one of those books that I've been left behind on and started to worry that as everyone else had loved the book so much that I may be disappointed but no, not this time, thank heavens!
It's pointless me summarising the storyline because, let's face it, one of two (thousand) of you have already done that, but it's basically the story of two people who after bumping into each other on what's expected to be a one-off fleeting encounter suddently find their lives intertwined.
Braden (yum) and Joss are the two characters in question and who the story is based around. Joss is broken after having experienced a horrific loss in her childhood and Braden struggles to trust.
Brought together by Braden's sister, and Joss's housemate, Ellie, the two find themselves unable to resist each other and their explosive relationship, if you could call it that, begins.
Although I really liked this book it didn't blow me away or make me want to read it again which is the only reason I didn't give it 4 stars.
Reviewed on behalf of Jezabell Girl & Friends....