Thanks to the publisher & Netgalley for the complimentary ARC. All opinions provided are my own.
I have so many Katie Reus books on my Kindle because they have so much of what I love: the heroes are utterly devoted to the heroines, there’s quality steam, & the engaging storylines have plenty of thrills. Unfortunately, I just didn’t warm to this novella.
In Falling for Irish Kathryn appears at her ex Daniel’s work building so she can pretend to be a potential client of a wedding planner working out of his building. In actuality, she plans on hacking into his network to assess its security, a contract job she was hired to do unbeknownst to Daniel.
He just sees her with a ring on her finger, months after she dumped him for no apparent reason, & he’s doubly upset—though in a stoic way ;).
So he wants to convince her to give them another shot. Part of her wants that too, although she's also still angry about the reason why she broke things off.
There’s also the matter of recent attacks against her.
There’s so much happening in this novella and the plot often feels rushed. I don't understand why some plot points are even necessary.
In the end I enjoy Daniel’s clear strong feelings for Kathryn, her STEM job & confidence, & the heat, but unfortunately this novella just doesn't feel tight enough to me.
2.5 ⭐️. Falling for Irish is out on 02/23.
Give me that HEA, please.
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