Review: On Dublin Street

On Dublin Street
On Dublin Street by Samantha Young
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This was easy to read/listen, well paced story, has I started it, I was feeling I knew the characters already.

This was a great story, it could be real.

Life can be changeling, experiences, past memories, a trail of consequences that leads to upcoming fears, can set anyone in a self-destructive path, it grows without you knowing it and hurts everyone it touches in the way.

Jocelyn an american girl, moves to Scotland wanting to get away from some tragic and bitter moments and believes she can start fresh. She wants to be a writer and she’s funny, spunky and feisty, but still holds on for too long, some painful memories of her family. And when she meets Braden, everything turns upside down.

She was used to lock emotion in a box and that wasn’t helping her to start new. Dealing with new feelings was really hard.

Braden was intense irresistible with a sexy Scottish accent, so sure of himself, but stupid sometimes 🙂

They get themselves an arrangement that suits them both for just a bit, friends with benefits… they were wrong and this relationship frustrated me and them for sure! When the intensity was too much, boom!!! Finally!

God, I needed to sleep! Almost read this all through the night! It was delicious hot though! 🙂

Ellie, Braden’s sister and Jocelyn’s flatmate, was so kind and sweet. I loved her!

Definitely an author I want to know more about!

Next to read is Down London Road and find out more about Joss’s work buddy Johanna.




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