Series: The O'Learys #3
on December 27, 2018
Genres: Contemporary, Romance
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Determined to show her father she’s capable of running the family business, Elizabeth Brannigan sets out to save a failing Chicago bar. As she struggles with the rough clientele, she encounters the handsome co-owner of a thriving Irish pub. With him she’s ready to take on those late-night shenanigans.
Colin O’Leary’s father passed away before he could prove to him that he isn’t a screw-up. Now he wants to show his family that they can count on him and that he’s responsible enough to own a bar of his own. And Elizabeth just might be the saving grace he’s always needed. Can they mix a little business and pleasure or will the merger destroy everything?
I don’t mind books with family drama and everything that brings. With this book though, it didn’t make me want to go back and read the rest of the books. This was an ok read, but it won’t stick out to me. I read a lot of books, most of it romance, so it takes a lot for one to stay with me. This one though, it was all cliche and predictable. The ending was abrupt and missed the mark for me. Colin was too weak for my liking, and Elizabeth never won me over. I also never felt the need to root for them to be together. I’m rating this what I am just because I think others may enjoy it even though I did not.