‘Irish Charm (Flying Into Love Book 3)’ by C.F. White #Audiobook #LGBT #Review #MM

Erryn reviews ‘Irish Charm (Flying Into Love Book 3’ by C.F. White. The ebook was published November 28, 2022 and was 263 pages.The audiobook version of this story was narrated by Piers Ryman, released December 7, 2022 and is 6 hrs and 55 mins long. A copy was provided in exchange for an honest review.

Why I read this book:  I loved French Kiss and Spanish Siesta.

Can a wee bit of Irish charm save an injured soldier from his wrenching heartache?

Injured ex-soldier Kane Taylor has lost everything—the job he loves, the use of his trigger hand, and the love of his life. Moving to remote Donegal in Ireland to repair the lost links with his deceased partner’s ancestors is the only thing keeping his memories alive.

Publican Declan McCafferty has everything—a job he loves, a community he adores, and a revolving door of lovers. But when he sets eyes on the new sexy, brooding regular customer at his pub staring solemnly into his Guinness night after night, Declan realises he needs one more thing—him.

Kane isn’t ready to give himself to another man, but the charismatic and charming publican is hard to resist. Can a fling be such a bad thing?

It is when Declan discovers Kane is the only man in his life he’s not willing to let go.

Irish Charm (Flying into Love #3) is a contemporary hurt/comfort, opposites attract, MM romance featuring an ex-military alpha male recovering from heartache and a cheeky Irish publican allergic to commitment.

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My review:

I’ve adored every book in the Flying into Love series and this one was no exception.  I love opposites attract.  I love hurt/comfort.  Most of all, I love Irishmen.  I’m part Irish, so I’ve got reasons to have a soft spot in my heart for them.

Declan was just the quintessential pub owner – and all-around great guy.  When Brit Kane shows up in his pub, Declan makes it his mission to figure out why the outsider’s so broody.  Then he decides he’s going to cheer Kane up.

Kane’s got serious issues.  As attracted as he is to the bar owner, he’s on a mission of sorts that needs to be accomplished before he can try to move on with his shattered life.  Without his therapy cat and the help of his sister, though, he’s a little lost.

Now, of course they get together.  And of course they had problems.  And of course I got my happy ending.  And of course I was left smiling and thrilled I’d listened.  I felt all warm and gooey inside – in a good way.

I’ll mention Piers Ryman who did a fantastic job narrating this book.  I can’t wait for the next project with these two – whatever it is, I’ll snap it up.

My rating:

10/10 Pots of Gold – Compares to 5/5 Stars

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Brought up in the relatively small town in Hertfordshire, I managed to do what most other residents of the town try and fail. Leave.

Going off to study at a West London University, I realised there was a whole city out there just waiting to be discovered, so much like Dick Whittington before, I never made it back home and still endlessly searches for the streets paved with gold; slowly coming to the realisation that it is mostly paved with chewing gum. And the odd bit of graffiti. And those little circles of yellow spray paint where the council point out the pot holes to someone who is supposedly meant to fix them instead of stare at them endlessly whilst holding a polystyrene foam cup of watered down coffee.

Eventually I moved from West to East along that vast District Line, and settled for pie and mash, cockles and winkles, and a bit of Knees Up Mother Brown to live in the East End of London; securing a job, creating a life, a home, a family.

Having worked in Higher Education for the most proportion of my adult life, a life-altering experience brought pen back to paper, having written stories as a child but never having the confidence to show them to the world. Now embarking on this writing malarkey, I cannot stop. So strap in, it’s a bumpy ride from here on in. 

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