Saturday, 9 May 2015


Foolish is the heart that leaves itself open to falling in love. Reckless is the person who steps away from tradition to claim a life of their own. Irreplaceable is the moment one takes the risk. Penny Caffrey seems to make all the wrong choices in life. From the men she dates to her career path; most of what she does is either hidden from or frowned upon by her large Irish family. Seth Chevalier has been labeled a disappointment by his entire family. He has a good job at a large accounting firm that he devotes the majority of his time to. He is used to and comfortable living a solitary life. When her latest boyfriend, the drummer for a local band dumps her, Penny takes a step back to do some self-evaluation and decides to lay off of dating for a while. Even with an overbearing father, Seth is determined to be his own man and moves into an upscale apartment complex in an effort to prove he is successful. Seth's solitary life is thrown completely off track when he moves in next door to Penny and she decides they are going to be friends, whether he likes it or not.

I won this in a Facebook competition months ago and finally got to read it. This is a sweet book with very little angst. To be honest the blurb didn't wow me but the book was much better than i expected from the blurb. I really enjoyed the book and read it n a few hours , it certainly kept my attention. Seth as a character made me swoon and shake my head at the same time thats always a plus sign. Penny was a bit too bloody nice for me but i felt like she worked with Seth as they bother came across as really genuine people.  I think i connected to Seth more because of his anxiety issues as i myself suffer. The book is well written and fun to read. there's a pleasant mix of drama in the book but not so much it spoils it, all round its a lovely pleasant read.

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