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    Ok read

    I've really enjoyed this Murphy Brothers series and I hate to see it end. I've been anxiously waiting for Sean's story but sadly it isn't a favorite for me. While I adore Sean, Leah not so much. Sean is willing to give up so much to help his family. He's built a good career playing rugby but his brothers need him to save the family pubs. Per the will Sean needs to marry for the pubs to change hands. That's when Leah enters the picture and unfortunately when the story goes south for me. I really didn't care for her character and I was hoping Sean would find more. That's just my opinion though. The book is well done with excellent writing, good character development and a nice pace to the story. Overall not a bad book just not for me.
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    Overall, a 3.5-star read for me.

    Story started off slow, and it took me way too long to figure out why Leah was so reluctant to consider having a relationship with Sean. If I'd stopped and reviewed it at the halfway point, I would have given it a lower rating. But after finishing it, I find I really enjoyed Leah and Sean's story, and the entire Murphy family.
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    Loved it!

    Dirty Irish is the third book in the Murphy Brother series. I truly enjoyed reading about these two characters Leah and Sean. It was a fun,easy to read, and a page turner. It kept my interest, well written and a good storyline. I voluntarily read and reviewed an Advanced Copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Thank you Entangled Publishing and NetGalley.
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    Loved!

    LOVED this book! Sean is the rugby star that never grew up, but plays rugby for a living and enjoys the female fans a bit too much. Leah has just moved to Dublin for a job so she can help support her family back home. While Leah is attracted to Sean, she has vowed to never act on it. Instead, Leah has vowed to help Sean find a suitable wife so he can meet the terms of his father's will and keep the company (along with his brothers). Like all of the best laid plans, Leah's plans fall apart after a sexy night with Sean. What follows is an entertaining story that is at times both funny and poignant. I loved Leah's character and how dedicated she was to helping those she loved. Sean is a very hot and sexy guy, but his journey towards adulthood was a bit more sudden, as Leah impacted his life by her very presence. If you enjoy the genre, you will love this book. I found myself totally engaged in the story and couldn't put it down. This is the third, and final, book in a series and I'm sorry to see the Murphy brothers go. Each novel is a stand alone book, however, they're so good that you really owe to yourself to read them all..
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    Leah and Sean

    Going into this I thought it sounded like a good read with a bit of humor and a lot of romance. The whole story was a great concept stemming from the series idea. I really got tired of the flip flopping of Leah and her inability to get over herself and just go forward!!!! She's broke still, again or yet, and wants to run back to Mommy AGAIN? Big girl panties needed here. Sean needed a slap upside the head or the love of a good woman, neither of which he thought he needed lol. But the story didn't really center on him as much as it did Leah, I thought. Not a good rating from me because I want to get immersed in a story, not be checking my progress on how much until the HEA. This is the first book I've read by Magan Vernon. I obtained an ARC thru NetGalley and am freely giving my opinion on Dirty Irish.
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