From the start you know where this book is going but if you want a book to read that flows comfortably and doesn't ask your brain to do much then it is an interesting lesson in oysters, mixed in with lashings of Irish culture of the tourist board variety. Rain, and more rain except when you need the sun to shine.
Fiona is stood up by her fiance and finds herself in rural Ireland all alone. She finds a job at a local oyster farm and after an inauspicious start settles down. With a charming insight into rural life, Fiona finds that she is starting to view her grumpy boss ,Sean a little differently. Throw in some oyster pirates and you have an interesting ,enjoyable plot.
But I finished it anyway. I didn't quite believe the Sean was as sexy as he was supposed to be and he seemed to get irate over the smallest things....and she wants to marry him? Well, that will last long
The characters are believable and children and charming, you just fall right into the story and get caught up. cheering on the mains and booing the villains. cliche.....so what.. it's well written and that's the most important thing.