Thursday, January 31, 2013

On Dublin Steet by Samantha Young

On Dublin Street (On Dublin Street, #1)On Dublin Street by Samantha Young
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Jocelyn Butler learned a hard lesson when she was younger, never let anyone close. If you shield yourself you will never feel the pain of loss again. Uprooting herself at eighteen, Jocelyn moved to Scotland to begin a new life. In need of a new roommate she finds herself quickly becoming attached to Ellie Carmichael whose sweet demeanor makes it hard to keep those gated walls shut.

Braden Carmichael has a type of woman he goes for and it always is short lived, but while in their company he is loyal to a fault. Enter Jocelyn whose first meeting is memorable and second meeting even more so. Braden wants Jocelyn, everything about her is a puzzle and she has no problem keeping him at a distance which leads to a cat and mouse game between the two of them. The problem is Braden wants more from Jocelyn, including her opening up while Jocelyn is scared to death of letting anyone in.

My goodness what an intensely beautiful story. Jocelyn is broody, confident, but in a way so vulnerable it spears you. Braden oozes sex appeal, confidence, and determination especially when it comes to Jocelyn. Would reread this again and again.

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