To Love A Wild Irishman

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Finnegan Callahan is the son of an Irishman. He loves rye whiskey, women, and gambling, though he always leaves his women a bit more bitter and his gambling companions much richer. His take on life is that it is meant to be lived and live it he does—though he won’t be doing so much longer if those he owes debts to catch up to him. More

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Published by Dream Big Publishing
Words: 123,600
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311893727
About Nicole Sturgill

I am a mother of three and wife to an incredible man who makes creating strong and loving male characters in my stories easy. When I’m not chasing my children, spending time with my husband, or taking care of one of my eight animals (including a tortoise, a bearded dragon and a ball python), I am writing. Living in a small Kentucky town, which requires a twenty-five minute drive to simply find a traffic light, creates the need to find escapes and writing does that for me. At times when I’m not writing, I also enjoy four wheeling, hiking, hunting, and spending lots of time outdoors. Life is a constant inspiration and so, I try to live it to the fullest!

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Review by: King2Hearts on Aug. 18, 2014 :
Nicole Sturgill's books will make you want to read them over and over again! Her books are sweet, interesting and each of the characters' quirks makes them even more likable. And this story is no different with Finnegan who goes in search of treasure, but finds that the treasure was right beside him all along.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: miniamy1990 on Aug. 10, 2014 :
Another fantastic book by Nicole Sturgill. This book is full of adventure, action, comedy, love, betrayal and family. Finnegan gets the most amazing, once in a life time treasure what he keeps hold of. Wonderful read!
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)

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