Review of Filthy Irish (Love Without Limits #4) by Frankie Love, C.M. Seabrook

Filthy Irish (Love Without Limits #4) by Frankie Love, C.M. Seabrook

Review: Okay, you got me! I read one more book after book three. I could not stop myself. There were a lot more kids to take care of in this book, and had the drama of them fighting back about being taken care of by someone they don’t know. There was also the drama of their aunt trying to take the younger kids to live with her and for her to raise them. Therefore separating them and taking guardianship way from the eldest brother, who is raising them. This made me mad, as I am an older sister and if ever in this situation – would also fight back as hard as possible to keep my siblings together. So yes, I was pulled into the plot. The romance and sizzle was just eh, the main two characters were both virgins (so that was sweet). There was also the fact that on the first day the whole family expected her to do everything-clean, cook and taking care of the children. She did stand up to them and say nope. But, in the end she does kind of end up doing a lot more then taking care of the children.

Favorite quote: NA

Would I? Reread? No. Recommend to others? No. Read more from this author? No, this is my last book from her.

Rating: 1 out of 5 stars.

Edition: Kindle Edition, 71 pages.

Romance. Mature Themes. Mature Content. Adult Romance.

Published June 20th 2019.

Summary: When the summer nanny arrives, I know the job is more than she expected.
After my mam passed, it’s been me looking after my five feral brothers.
I’m running the family bed & breakfast to boot.
I need her help – I’m over my head as it is.
And the moment I meet Wendy, I’m also head over heels.
She has a way with the boys that is gentle yet firm.
But considering she slaps me across the face the day we meet – I’m gonna need to win her over one charming line at a time.
Trouble is, I’m a filthy Irishman.
And she’s the sweetest thing I’ve ever seen.

Dear Reader,
Ewan O’Brion may be Irish, but he’s never gotten lucky.
Double virgins mean double the fun.
And this time we promise there will be more than one happy ending.
Wink. Wink.
Xo, Frankie & Chantel

-Summary from GoodReads.com

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