I read this book first. It didn't matter to me what order they were written in as the characters are woven into the series. A character might be a central thread in one book and a minor thread in another, but it all weaves together.
This book is so funny. I kept laughing out loud to the point that I was told to go into another room because I couldn't read quietly. The cliffhanger leads me to believe that a sequel is in the works. Can't wait.
I read this one first and Torn second. I wouldn't have had it any other way. It worked for me to see the woman's point of view first. These books are some of the best that I have read and I've been on a reading tear.
I was looking for a light romance novel but found myself wondering more about "The Troubles" aftermath. Ireland was changed. I'm glad that this was the backdrop for this romance novel. A little food for thought to go along with brain candy.
Another fun read. I have no complaints about the storyline, it is crafted quite well. I hesitate to mention any complaints as the author is so young and the books are free but I would suggest a little editing for spelling, homophones (brake vs break) and the use of proper tenses (pat vs patted). With the proper editing this series could easily be sold.