WHEN IRISH EYES ARE SMILING by Matthew Robbins

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WHEN IRISH EYES ARE SMILING by Matthew RobbinsWhen Irish Eyes are Smiling by Matthew Robbins
Published by JMS Books LLC Genres: Contemporary, MM
Source: Publisher

Waking up in a field wearing nothing more than his boxers is not the way Felix expected his European vacation to start.  The American couldn’t remember for the life of him how he’d gotten there.  It’s disconcerting to say the least.

 

Being found by farmer Ronan Malloy and his faithful dog is better than some things Felix could think of.  But as the Irishman helps Felix recount his memories the day becomes worse, if that’s possible.  It seems that he did some damage in town that the local police, the Garda, aren’t happy about at all.  What caps the awful day is the lack of help from his friends Sam and Katelyn who he’s traveling with.

 

A stupid, idiotic mistake injures Ronan in a split second and suddenly Felix can’t continue the trip he’d saved for so long.  He’s to work at the farm until Ronan can get on his feet.  And perhaps Felix exaggerated a tiny bit about his farming skills.  As the days pass Felix and Ronan’s convoluted relationship takes a turn that no one saw coming.  Maybe Ireland does hold something more than a vacation stop.

 

Enjoy a charming, endearing romance unfold When Irish Eyes are Smiling. Not that anyone in their right mind would want to be in Felix’s shoes, but his mishaps are mostly humorous.  Engaging characters make the lively plotline shine.  Felix is the star of When Irish Eyes are Smiling while Ronan is the grounding force behind him.  An easy, sweet read anybody will embrace.

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