Her plan to expand her eccentric employer's pizzeria chain to Europe doesn't fly the way Annie Rutherford hopes. His response is not a no—but he's set on opening some Irish pubs first. He's even imported a genuine Irishman, Daniel Flynn, to help Annie spearhead the new venture. On the road with Daniel, Annie's out of her element—and cranky about it. Her mood and her love life soon improve, however—even if Daniel is completely wrong for her. Dorien Kelly's In Like Flynn (4) is much more than just a simple opposites-attract story. Annie's a delightful everywoman—and Daniel's a hero to die for.
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Catherine Witmer