Monday, May 11, 2015

Wild Irish Envy (Copperline, #2) written by Sibylla Matilde (300 pgs) – finished reading 5/7/15 – 4.5 stars - Contemporary Romance (Erotica)

Sibylla Matilde hits it out of the park with her new addition to the Copperline series while telling the love story of Denny and Felicity. These two were just right for each other, but Denny had huge guilt issues regarding his past relationship with his friend, Trent, when it came to Felicity. And, until he gets over those issues, his relationship with “Fliss” will never move forward. She’s all he’s ever thought about, though, and when they’re brought together during an unexpected plane ride bound for Dublin, those feelings are more pronounced than ever.

Wow! Denny was one back and forth conflicted dude! He wanted to get together with Fliss, but the guilt concerning his deceased friend just so much plagued his decision. And, Fliss she knew what she wanted. She wanted Denny, and nothing was going to change her mind once it was made up. This was one HOT book! I fanned myself quite often when these two were going at it and when other sexual situations presented themselves. I loved how a lot of the story took place in Ireland. Gotta love a guy with an Irish accent! It just made me melt into one huge puddle when the guy opened his freakin’ mouth to speak. Ms. Matilde just wrote the guy so damn sexy!! With his piercings, tattoos, and sculpted body he was one specimen of eye candy!! And, of course he’s a lead singer in a band, which is even more of a turn-on!!! Denny you’re such a wanker! And, Fliss was such a risk taker. The sacrifice that she made for him was an “ahhhh” moment! No matter what the consequence, she was his biggest supporter! She was strong and confident. And, she genuinely cared for the guy, even though he had a tough time accepting it. This was one passionate novel! From start to finish I was swept away by their story. And, Ms. Matilde’s ideas and writing just keeps getting better and better. Where do you come up with some of this stuff? Awesome to say the least! The only reason why I rated this book 4.5 stars instead of 5 stars was I just got a little tired of Denny questioning his loyalty to his friend. He was loyal as hell to him when he was alive because he didn’t act on his attraction to Fliss. But, Trent has passed a few years now, and it’s time to bury the hatchet so-to-speak. I’m sure Trent would want Felicity to be happy, and who better to have a part in that happiness then someone Trent could depend on. So looking forward to the next installment of this series when another band member, Cody, gets a chance to tell his story...

**Thank you to the author for gifting me a copy for an honest review**

Review Written, 5/11/15

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