Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Review - The Empress of Ireland by Jennifer Conner



My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Laila Byrne is a restaurant chef who goes to Ireland for a vacation she doesn’t really want to go on. Her first night there is a nightmare. It rains, the B&B is closed down, the waitress at a local pub forgets her order and she takes out her frustration on the pub owner. Thank goodness she did or she probably wouldn’t have met Alasdair, the owner of the pub. He offers her a room and then she offers to cook for him when his chef quits the next day. Their attraction is mutual but all she wants to do is cook and all he wants to do is find a way to save his pub from going out of business. They’re both business-oriented but they soon realize what’s more important in life—living life or letting life pass you by.
Great writing, tight sentences and book structure. This book is the perfect start to a new series from three awesome BTGN authors.
I purchased this story and my review is honest and not compensated in any way.
4 Stars