Monday, September 17, 2018

Release+Review-Irish on the Rocks-Magan Vernon

Irish on the Rocks
To be posted on or after September 17th

Irish on the Rocks, an all-new standalone Sexy Second Chance Romance by Magan Vernon is NOW AVAILABLE!

My family’s whiskey empire needs to keep me as CEO. But thanks to my dad’s will, to take my place as rightful head of the company, I need to find a wife. If I could just get my brother Sean's pain-in-the-arse best mate, Grace, out of my head long enough to focus on finding a decent woman.

The woman maddens me, but she's a longtime friend of the family, so giving her a job as my assistant is the only way I can keep everyone off my back. But the more time I spend with her, the more I find myself looking differently at this girl from my past.

Too bad she’s decided not to give me the time of day.

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Our Review:
“Falling in love, 3.5 stars”

Jack needs a wife and lusting over his brother’s best friend isn’t helping matters. Jack’s life is hectic, and he doesn’t have time for Grace, but he cannot deny that in the last eight years she’s grown up just fine. When he decides that she’s the only one qualified to be his assistant he had no idea what he was getting himself into. Especially with his fathers will hanging over his and his brother’s heads. Will he make the deadline on his fathers will or will he let his family legacy go up in smoke?
Grace has had a rough go of it lately and is trying to get back on her feet. She doesn’t want to take the job with her best friends’ brother but it seems like the fastest way to getting on the right track. Only she didn’t imagine her crush on Jack would come back alive. Grace knows about Jack’s need of a wife, she wants to be with him but has no desire to ever get married. What will she do?
I liked the idea of Irish on the Rocks but there were quite a few points for me that didn’t line up exactly. Like Jack’s father was best friends with Grace’s grandfather, and with how old the business was it would be hard to picture him having kids as young as these guys were. Then there was the fact that its supposed to be a whiskey business according to the blurb but yet the way the story sounds it sounds more like a pub business. There were no real talks of whiskey even though they “worked” in it, which was odd. Then at one point I felt like Vernon was just going through the ending motions and hitting what she needed to. it was too predictable.
Like I said before I liked the idea of the story. I love a good best friends brother romance, so I had high hopes for Irish on the Rocks. And I am a complete sucker for all things Irish.  Even though Irish on the Rocks didn’t work for me, it might work for you.
Writing style-3/5

About Magan Vernon
Magan Vernon has been living off of reader tears since she wrote her first short story in 2004. She now spends her time killing off fictional characters, pretending to plot while she really just watches Netflix, and she tries to do this all while her two young children run amok around her Texas ranch.

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