Love in Dublin

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Tule Publishing, Oct 31, 2017 - Fiction
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 Single father Colin McKinnon has roots and obligations that have kept him firmly in Dublin his entire life. He once planned to explore the world, but he was bound by duty and gave up on his dreams long ago. When he meets free-spirited American travel writer Maggie in a pub, he’s intrigued. She could help him get a taste of what he lost, rattle the chains of his self-imposed isolation. Instantly drawn to her light, beauty, and sense of adventure, Colin can’t stay away.

Maggie Spencer doesn’t just crave the open road, she needs it to survive. After a harrowing accident and life-changing loss, she rebuilt her life by exploring new places on her own. When she accepts a temporary job writing about day tours in Ireland, she falls in love with Dublin and the man she teaches to explore it. Through their daily adventures, they learn opposites do more than just attract—they can also help each other heal.

But can a man with deep roots keep a woman with wings by his side?


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User Review  - whybehave2002 - LibraryThing

I give up. I can't finish this. I tried for the authors sake but it is borderline erotica and has no plot. It is only every second of their sexual needs. I thought I was getting a contemporary story ... Read full review

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User Review  - Kristymk18 - LibraryThing

I would have never thought I'd find a 40 year old single dad relatable, but I actually related more to Collin than Maggie. I really liked him as a character and was completely envious of Maggie's job. This was a great slow burn romance and would be a perfect beach read. Read full review


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Chapter Seven
Chapter Nine
Chapter Eleven
Chapter Twelve
Chapter Fourteen
Chapter Sixteen
Chapter Seventeen

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