A Match Made in Ireland - Michele Brouder

A Match Made in Ireland

By Michele Brouder

  • Release Date: 2019-06-12
  • Genre: Fiction & Literature
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 131 Ratings

Description

Have you ever wanted to press the escape button on your life?

Ruth Davenport writes about romance and happily ever after. But not from experience. After a heartbreaking rejection, she decides a change of scenery is needed. On a whim, she thinks Ireland is the place to go to write her next book. But when she arrives, everything that can go wrong, does. In the middle of the night, she lands on the doorstep of an Irish pub in the middle of nowhere belonging to an enigmatic Irishman.

Sean Hughes needs a woman under his roof like he needs a hole in the head. His policy is to steer clear of all women in general. Besides, he's too busy running a pub and getting his dream business up off the ground. He has no time to be helping pretty tourists. But he needs some quick cash and she needs accommodation.

A deal is struck that suits them both. As they spend more time together, they begin to see the other in a different light. Can they overcome their fears and take a chance on happiness? 

Each book in the Escape to Ireland series is a standalone novel and therefore can be read in any order

Escape to Ireland series

A Match Made in Ireland

Her Fake Irish Husband

Her Irish Inheritance

A Match for the Matchmaker

Reviews

  • Love the book

    5
    By Barbarapr
    Is a great clean book, you feel the love.
  • A Match Made in Ireland

    3
    By PalatableDinner
    This book is like taking a walk. Depending on how you feel about them you’ll either find this dull or pleasant. Overall this book, while not bad, isn’t anything spectacular. The protagonist is your typical airhead, the story is slow paced for how short a read this is, and there isn’t a lot of depth. I found it a bit problematic that everyone seemed to be giving Ruth a hard time for potentially rejecting would-be suitors, like they’re holding her responsible for how men handle rejection despite having made her purely business intentions clear, infringing on her right to say no.