Kiss Me, I’m Irish is the newest anthology from Harlequin featuring stories with Irish heroes. From the back cover.~
The Sins of His Past by Roxanne St. Claire
Tangling with Ty by Jill Shalvis
Dr. Nicole Mann, a child prodigy who graduated high school at the age of thirteen, has no room in her mind or her schedule for romance. But when the architect renovating her apartment turns out to have a charming Irish accent, all bets are off—and Ty Patrick O'Grady plans to use every trick in his book to stay in her life for good.
Whatever Reilly Wants by Maureen Child
Connor Reilly only has a few weeks to go in his "no sex for ninety days" bet with his brothers—and he figures no woman is safer to be around than his best friend, Emma Jacobsen. Until Emma shows up at a bar in a short skirt and high heels, and suddenly seems anything but safe!
Each of the stories published in this anthology were previously published by Harlequin. I was lucky enough to get an early copy of the anthology from NetGalley. The anthology is set for release on February 21, 2012 in print and March 1, 2012 in digital.
I actually remember reading both Tangling with Ty and Whatever Reilly Wants when they were first published and loved them just as much this time around as the first time I read them. Kinda felt like revisiting old friends. I still loved watching Nicole and Ty fall for one another and it was so fun to watch Emma teach Connor a lesson about women. I’d somehow missed The Sins of His Past when it first came out, but loved it and was so glad I found a book by Rocki I hadn’t read before. I was even told by friends on Facebook there were books with these characters, so I’m now on the hunt for those. Kendra and Deuce had great chemistry and they have to find a way to work together to keep their business dreams alive.
Roxanne St. Claire, Jill Shalvis, and Maureen Child are all auto-buy authors for me and I’m never disappointed in their stories. Each of the stories in this anthology were fun and sexy reads and I totally connected to each of the couples.