The second book in the Wild Irish series is smart, funny and sexy. Carr creates well-rounded characters that radiate tenderness and humor. The love scenes are steamy, inventive and emotional. Readers will appreciate the snappy dialogue, fast pace and suspense subplot.

Rock star Sky Mitchell has decided to leave the successful band The Universe for a solo career. All he needs is some solitude to write the music that is burning to get out. Sky unexpectedly finds what he hopes to be his first single in an Irish pub. However, the songwriter refuses to part with the music. Teagan Collins has a fulfilling life volunteering and singing and working in her family’s pub. She doesn’t want her music to be exploited by a rock megastar. But as she gets to know Sky, Teagan sees his dedication to his craft. As they draw closer to each other, so does the danger — someone does not want Sky to leave the band. (ELLORASCAVE.COM, dl $5.20)
Reviewed by: 
Keitha Hart