Katy, your triplets have completely won my heart Mia Sheridan, New York Times bestselling authorFrom the New York Times bestselling author of The Blueberry Lane series comes a new trio of romances featuring the Haven triplets Rory Haven and Brittany Manion knew one another as childrenbut it s been a long time since their childhood summers at Summerhaven.The Havens weren t the children who attended exclusive Summerhaven Camp in Center Sandwich, New Hampshire They were the children of the owners, expected to pull their weight and absolutely forbidden to fraternize with the paying guests But that didn t keep Rory from having a quiet, unrequited crush on gorgeous, popular, insanely rich, Brittany Manion for three tortuous summers.When all grown up, recently engaged Brittany books the off season summer camp for her upcoming spring wedding, she immediately recognizes Rory as the scorching hot boy who wouldnt give her the time of day Meanwhile, Rory, who senses that Brittanys nuptials are less about Mr Right and about Mr Right Now, launches the fight of his life to win the heart of the girl hes always wanted THE SUMMERHAVEN TRIO Book 1 Fighting Irish Rory and Brittany Book 2 Smiling Irish Tierney and Burr Book 3 Loving Irish Ian and Hallie Book 4 Catching Irish Fin and Tate...
|Title||:||Fighting Irish (The Summerhaven Trio Book 1) (English Edition)|
|Publisher||:||Katharine Gilliam Regnery Auflage 1 25 Februar 2018|
|Number of Pages||:||189 Pages|
|File Size||:||891 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Fighting Irish (The Summerhaven Trio Book 1) (English Edition) Reviews
Katy Regnery is not without a reason on my one-click list since years. Her writing is beautiful, poignant and captivating. I love to loose myself in her stories and characters. There is something about her writing that speaks to my heart and soul on a very deep level. When she announced that she is writing a new series about Irish triplets I was super excited and couldn't wait to get my hands on it. Knowing from her previous books, Katy perfectly portraits relationships between siblings and family members. It makes you wish to be a part of them. This is how I felt about the Irish Haven family. I loved them all dearly. One of the main reasons was that they were so affectionate and loving towards each other. The special bond between the triplets was amazing and palpable on every page!Fighting Irish is the story of Rory Haven and Brittany Manion who know each other since childhood. Brittany visited his family's summer camp at Summerhaven for years. Since the Havens children weren't allowed to fraternize with guests, Rory's crush on the beautiful rich and popular girl from Boston never turned into reality.When all-grown-up, recently-engaged Brittany books the summer camp for her upcoming spring wedding, she immediately recognizes Rory as the brooding, scorching-hot boy who wouldn’t give her the time of day. Meanwhile Rory, who senses that Brittany’s nuptials to a much older man are less about Mr. Right and more about Mr. Right Now, launches the fight of his life to win the heart of the girl he’s always wanted and thought he could never have...Rory and Brittany made me swoon hard. They were perfect for each other! Rory was so incredibly patient with her and instinctively knew what she needed without saying it out loud. He slowly broke the barriers around Brittany's bruised heart, proving to her that she can trust him and that he would never betray her. I loved how Brittany never cared about being more rich than Rory. All she ever wanted was to be loved and start her own family!But Rory and Brittany's relationship wasn't the only one that made this book so special. It was the tight and loving relationship of the triplets who knew each other like nobody else. I loved their bond and interaction and can't wait to read Tierney's and Ian's books!Even though I've never been to Summerhaven before, Katy's vivid description of that place made me feel like I was. I could see all the places right in front of my eyes. I would love to spend a summer there at one of the cute cottages and be a guest of this charming family!Fighting Irish was a light, super sweet read and a great start to The Summerhaven Trio series. If you are looking for a heart-warming story that will leave you with a huge smile on your face, than this book is for you!
From start to finish, this book swept me away into a sweet unrequited romance story. This is the first book in the Summerhaven Trio and has set up a wonderful cast of characters for the rest of this trilogy. And can I just say I can’t wait for Book 2 already! What a sneak peak!With a mixture of Irish lingo and a setting made for love to blossom, Rory and Brittany cross paths at a pivotal moment in their lives. Neither is where they thought they would be and both looking for something to go their way. Without me realizing, I was cheering them on heartily and inwardly shouting at Brittany to wake up to Rory! I think Brittany’s blindness to the obvious reality got to me a little. I kept on saying damn girl look at those green eyes! Coupled with drama and intrigue, I spent my flight coming home reading this book from start to finish and even the sneak peek. I really loved Rory and Britt’s HEA; they both deserved a good turn. Now bring on Tierney’s story cause I have a feeling this series goodness has only just begun!
*Spoilers*She is dumped by her husband for another woman.She is dumped by her cheating fiancé for his ex-wife.She finds her current flame talking intimately with another woman, is told he has been ‘knocking boots’ with her for a long time, and oh! she lives right across the water. Because these two had been intimate, he (previously) had not only refused to tell her when she asked about his past women, but he also deliberately kept the two apart. And he has the gall to get angry that she ran off without talking to him. He had lots of opportunities to explain who this other woman was, and hid it from her. Like it wouldn’t come out sometime.Despite her being dumped and cheated on a few times (because of other women), and despite her low self esteem and thinking she’s not good enough, she immediately trusts him and his lame reassurance. Then suddenly everything is peachy keen and like it never happened. She’s either insanely stupid or incredibly naive. Or both. In a word, pathetic.Her ex-fiancé was a rancid piece of trash. He cheated on his ex, then he cheated on her with his ex. If his ex-wife takes him back, then she’s incredibly stupid as well and deserves what she gets.I didn’t feel any chemistry and the whole thing was pretty simplistic. Most of the story was boring, pretty much the only highlights were about his brother. A big disappointment.
Such a sweet summer romance for Katy Regnery! Fighting Irish was a light, easy read that had me swooning over the hero and had my heart aching for the heroine. Brittany and Rory were perfect together, and this book was just so delightful.It’s hard to make me sympathetic toward an heiress with more money than God, but Katy Regnery made me feel so sad for Brittany. In fact, there were several times I completely forgot who Brittany was in the society they lived in. She seemed so down to earth and normal, it was easy to like her. She needed someone who would let her spread her wings and find her footing in the world while showing her how special she was and Rory provided exactly that for her.Rory was special, not just because he was a triplet and had that kind of built-in support system not everyone experiences. No, he was special because he was selfless, in everything. He was dependable and kind, smart and understanding, he had his flaws – though minimal – but he was able to push down his baser instincts to do what was right for the people he loved. I was continually impressed with him and the way he unwaveringly supported those around him.Fighting Irish was a quick read, but it hit all those feel-good romance qualities I love in a very satisfying way. Rory and Brittany complemented each other wonderfully, and I loved the juxtaposition of her relationship with Rory and the one with her fiancé. The drama was minimal in Fighting Irish, and it was so refreshing to not have a ton of angst and hurt to trudge through to get to the HEA.Fighting Irish is the first book in Katy Regnery’s Summerhaven trio. These books are interconnected standalones with each book focusing on different couples. There are a few story threads that started in this book that will continue into the next, so I would suggest reading all the books to get the full experience. The book is written in third-person limited perspective, alternatively following Brittany and Rory’s thoughts.
Fighting Irish is a sweet and sexy romance from one of my favorite authors, Katy Regnery. I loved this book!As with all of Katy Regnery’s books I was easily swept away with the story. I stayed up late to finish Fighting Irish and could not put this book down. The Summerhaven Trio series revolves around Irish-American triplets Rory, Ian and Tierney Haven. Growing up as the children of the owners of an exclusive Summerhaven Camp was not easy. They worked alongside their parents and were forbidden to fraternize with the paying guests. For young Rory, socialite camper Brittany Manion will always bring back good memories. Rory obeyed his parents (to avoid the wrath of his high-tempered Irish Mother) and admired Brittany from afar. Fast forward 10 years and Rory and Brittany meet again, but this time Rory has taken over Summerhaven Camp and Brittany is planning her wedding. The moment they reunite their attraction is strong. When Brittany’s world is shattered their friendship grows stronger and their chemistry is sizzling. Fighting Irish is a second-chance romance that had me going through so many emotions. I was laughing, crying and swooning.Ms. Regnery created a world I wanted to be part of and characters I felt a connection with. Brittany’s insecurities were genuine, and my heart broke along with hers. Rory’s sacrifice of his dreams to help his family showed the strong family bond between the siblings. With Katy Regnery’s books I know that there will be a romance with passion and a message of family unity.Fighting Irish is a heartwarming introduction to the new series and I can’t wait to read the next books.