Hot Nights in Ballymuir

Hot Nights in Ballymuir Playboy businessman Devlin Gilvane arrives in Ballymuir secretly intent on acquiring the beloved historical landmark Muir House for a lucrative real estate venture No one recognizes him for the threat

  • Title: Hot Nights in Ballymuir
  • Author: Dorien Kelly
  • ISBN: 9780743464598
  • Page: 184
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Playboy businessman Devlin Gilvane arrives in Ballymuir secretly intent on acquiring the beloved historical landmark Muir House for a lucrative real estate venture No one recognizes him for the threat he is except Jenna Fahey, the beautiful American chef who turned Muir House into an international destination for gourmands Jenna spent years working at the finest EuropPlayboy businessman Devlin Gilvane arrives in Ballymuir secretly intent on acquiring the beloved historical landmark Muir House for a lucrative real estate venture No one recognizes him for the threat he is except Jenna Fahey, the beautiful American chef who turned Muir House into an international destination for gourmands Jenna spent years working at the finest European restaurants before establishing her own and even though the lease is coming to a close, she isn t about to give it up without a fight But even as Jenna thwarts Dev s pursuit, she can t resist his rakish charm With Dev and Jenna locked in a dispute and a game of temptation there are bound to be some hot nights in Ballymuir.

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    • This was a wonderful book and the whole time I was reading it Irish songs went through my head That is very, very unusual for me when I am reading a bookI love Jenna and Dev and the cast of characters that inhabited Ballymuir After reading this book you will want to experience life in a small village in Ireland There is nothing like it I can't wait to read the other books in this series I started with book 2, but you can be sure that I will be reading book 1 and 2 in the not to distance future


    • AhhhThis turned out to be a lovely romance. One that all us wish for. Thanks. Now on to another story of Ballymuir


    • Kitty‘s review posted on Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews5 StarsOnly $.99 for Kindle as of date of this review, 3/17/13 Health and long life to you;the love of your heart to you;land without rent to you;and may you die in Ireland.-Irish ToastIn the second book of the Ballymuir Trilogy, Ms. Kelly takes us on a wonderful ride through the hillsides of Ireland. She again brings the land to life and has you dreaming of long walks along the shore with the man of your dreams. She has woven tales of long [...]


    • Good book. I liked both Jenna and Dev. Jenna has been working hard for two years to make her restaurant one of the finest around. She has gotten quite a good reputation among diners. She has also made a place for herself in the village of Ballymuir. When Dev arrives in town she is immediately suspicious of him, especially when she catches him snooping around the grounds of Muir House. When she overhears a phone conversation about his company's intention to buy Muir House she is not at all happy [...]


    • At time aw hen I've read a Dorien Kelly book, I've been frustrated. There are times when she drags a plot line miles beyond where I can enjoy the story and into territory where I just want to scream at the characters to quit being such pansies and do something, anything! This book was not as much about dragging plot lines, though. This book used some humor and culinary descriptions to fill in during the duller areas and for that I was pacified.The characters here were more decisive and intuitive [...]


    • I loved it! I was mesmerized by the wonderful village of Ballymuir again and all of the characters that live there. Jenna was introduced in the first book as the hard working American chef who is renovating Muir House; Dev is an astute English businessman looking for a new resort location for the company he works for. Their chemistry is instantaneous yet, they are reluctant to acknowledge it. They find love with a little help from their friends and family. Vi Kilbride is in this book as she is J [...]


    • Having read the first book in the series, I was happy to find the second one on sale and I jumped at the chance to read it. I have always loved the idea of small towns and I also seem to enjoy books set in Ireland (but in present day). So this was perfect for me. Jenna and Dev were both strong characters who couldn't stop their attraction to each other. They found themselves falling in love, despite circumstances that could threaten that love. The supporting characters fleshed out the story. Esp [...]


    • While I have liked Dorien Kelly in the past, this book read too much like a classical/ historical romance for my taste. Everything seemed to be coming from behind rose-colored glasses-- even the so-called blow up at the end. And the whole "magical" land that speaks to people was just not for me. I honestly could have done without this Irish/British/American tale of love that didn't seem to have any conflicts. Well, except for the one that seemed to be solved within a page.


    • This read is a slow starter and would be better placed in small town USA. If you can stick it out to half way, it gets better. However, if you want to be put in the mood for St. Patrick's Day, read one of Nora Roberts dozen books that take place in Ireland. You can practically hear the lilt in her character's voices and swear one of the wee folk is about to share his treasure.


    • After reading the (free) first book in this series, I purchased books no. 2 and 3 and don't regret this. I liked the story and the characters, and again had the feeling I was in Ireland. I also like the (subtle) humor of the author.







    • Ballymuir seriesEnjoyed the story and the personal struggles, between family, friends and love. Well done. Some grammatical errors but otherwise very enjoyable.



    • This second in the series was even better than the first. Wonderful characters and a storyline a little deeper than the usual romance novel.



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