Logan from Echoes of Scotland Street is back with his own smoldering story, as the New York Times bestselling On Dublin Street series returns…
Logan spent two years paying for the mistakes he made. Now, he’s ready to start over. He has a great apartment, a good job, and plenty of women to distract him from his past. And one woman who is driving him to distraction…
Grace escaped her manipulative family by moving to a new city. Her new life, made to suit her own needs, is almost perfect. All she needs to do is find her Mr. Right—or at least figure out a way to ignore her irresistible yet annoying womanizer of a neighbor.
Grace is determined to have nothing to do with Logan until a life-changing surprise slowly begins turning the wild heartbreaker into exactly the kind of strong, stable man she’s been searching for. Only just when she begins to give into his charms, her own messy past threatens to derail everything they’ve worked to build…
From the Trade Paperback edition.
Concluding the On Dublin Street series, Young's final visit to Edinburgh finds freelance editor Grace Farquar facing off against neighbor and nightclub manager Logan James MacLeod, who offends her sensibilities with his revolving door of loudly satisfied women. Logan can't decide whether Grace is prim or snobby, but he's sure she's too good for him, since he's spent time in prison (for the relatively good cause of assaulting his sister's abusive boyfriend). He can't help but be impressed by Grace's strength and generosity when she supports his teen daughter, who's suddenly appeared in his life. Once again, Young offers a passionate and modern romance that readers will embrace, with a proper epilogue ensuring that the hard-earned happy endings for the series' three couples are long lasting and filled with happiness. Readers will be very sad to say farewell to Dublin Street.
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Sad that the series has come to an end. I have read all the books in this series. Loved Grace and Logan's story.
I'm so sad!!!
I just finished reading this book and Im going to miss the CLAN so much!! Best series ever. I've spent the last week or so reading about all of them and I'm truly sad that I have to say goodbye. I really hope that Samantha Young picks up on this series again. Hoping to read about their children as adults. That would be fantastic. 👌🏻👌🏻👌🏻
Love is sometimes just a wall away
Ever live in an apartment and have the neighbor from hell? Keeps odd hours? Doesn't know the meaning of curfew on loud? Grace has these type of murderous feelings for her hot, playboy neighbor, Logan. One of their porch encounters throws both Logan and Grace together to be united in helping a young teenager who may or may not be Logan's daughter. Samantha Young keeps the story moving through this life changing event for reader with humor, delight, sadness and happiness. Grace's commitment to help Logan has an unlikely friendship develop that leads to something more.
"There are moments in life that change us irreparably. Sometimes those moments are grand and dramatic, tragic or beautiful in their intensity. Sometimes those moments are quiet and small, like footsteps fading behind a closed door. The subtlety of those moments can sometimes camouflage their impact. "
That quote summaries perfectly the readers journey that is witnessed for the hero, heroine and young teenager, Maia. I felt the characters and their reactions were believable and honest; never over the top angst. My only disappointment was to not hear more of Maia's journey. Both the hero and heroine had overcome impacts early in their lives. This upheaval for Maia had to created some additional issues, but not enough pages in the book.
This is the point of the review where I recommend if it can be stand alone. Definitely, until you get to the epilogue. Logan and Grace's story is a wonderful HEA. If you've read the series, there are introductions to previous characters. These introductions are not confusing to someone new to the series until that epilogue. Ms. Young finishes up the Dublin Street gangs stories within; it would be confusing if you haven't read. But as an epilogue isn't necessary for the stories complete closure - you'll know when to stop.