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Oh, to stop the voices in her head. Other people's voices, that is. As a pub owner with an extra special gift, all Cait Gallagher craves is a moment of silence. That, and to own the building her pub is housed in along with the heart of the building's landlord, Shane MacAuliffe. Though she is irresistibly drawn to Shane, her vulnerabilities cause her to put up a tough exterOh, to stop the voices in her head. Other people's voices, that is. As a pub owner with an extra special gift, all Cait Gallagher craves is a moment of silence. That, and to own the building her pub is housed in along with the heart of the building's landlord, Shane MacAuliffe. Though she is irresistibly drawn to Shane, her vulnerabilities cause her to put up a tough exterior. When the two butt heads, more than sparks fly, and Cait finds herself trembling on the precipice of love. Shane has watched Cait for years. Stubborn, beautiful, and with a trim body that he is dying to get his hands on, Cait is it for him. And yet, she continues to infuriate him by walking away from his kiss. Every time. At his wits' end, Shane doesn't know what to do to make Cait his own. Unapologetic and fiercely proud, Cait must conquer her insecurities and reveal her true self to Shane or face losing everything.Wild Irish Eyes is a stand-alone novel and can be read on its own. The Mystic Cove Series: Wild Irish Roots: Prequel Novella Wild Irish Heart Wild Irish Eyes Wild Irish Soul Wild Irish Rebel Wild Irish Roots: Margaret & Sean Wild Irish Witch...

Title : Wild Irish Eyes
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ISBN : 23356548
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Number of Pages : 173 Pages
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Wild Irish Eyes Reviews

  • Leslie Reed
    2019-03-03 13:02

    Irish loveI have really enjoyed this series so far. There is a nice mix of fun, romance, and whimsy! I like the pace. The story constantly moves along while holding your interest.

  • Rexanna Ipock-Brown
    2019-03-18 11:37

    Cait and Shane have known each other all their lives, and yet they don't know what to do with the passion that bubbles up between them. With Cait's ability to read minds and Shane's determination they finally figure it out.

  • Amara
    2019-03-10 16:56

    Mindless fluff for canning spaghetti sauce for a full day. Only two skips, but the last one was like ten minutes. Jeesh.

  • Sandy Wallace
    2019-03-06 10:40

    Love with a Little Help From Some FriendsCait Gallagher owns the best pub in Grace’s Cove on the southern coast of Ireland. Rumors and legends of mystical happenings have made the village a prime tourist destination. And Cait happens to have a mystical gift she is hiding from all but a few who are also “gifted.”Cait has eyes only for her landlord, Shane MacAuliffe, but feels she’s not good enough for one of the richest men around. Little does she know that Shane has wanted her for years, but hasn’t acted on his feelings because of the walls Cait has put up to hide her insecurity and her “gift.” Every time he makes a move on her, sparks fly, but not in a good way. Both are too stubborn and feisty to see the possibilities for romance. But they are in for a little assistance from some unexpected sources.It is fun to read the dialog between these Irish firebrands and emotionally satisfying to see Cait grow into her acceptance of her “gift” and her own self worth. It delivers the romance of Nora Roberts’ mystical tales.

  • Pam
    2019-02-26 14:03

    Wild Irish Eyes is book two in the Mystic Cove series by Tricia O’Malley. This delightful series takes place in Ireland where magic is possible. It is a great series about the descendants of Grace O’Malley, pirate and mystic being. It brings the tales of Ireland to life. Cait Gallagher has one ambition in life. She wants to own her own pub and make it successful. So far, she runs a pub; but Shane MacAuliffe owns the building. However, she is getting close to having enough money to buy him out, if he will sell. Her friends try to get her to go out with men; but she is very selective as to who she will go out with. Cait has a problem which she keeps to herself, she can read minds. This could get tricky in a bar with loads of people there; but Cait has learned to block her power and doesn’t listen to people. Can she get Shane to sell to her when all he seems to do is rile her or will he succeed in running her out of town?

  • Sasha
    2019-03-17 16:41

    The romance here was easier for me to swallow since they had already had a friendship to build upon and just general knowledge of each other. It was more of a roller coaster than I signed up for though. Which if you like romances a little bit more on the love at first sight and as tempestuous as the sea, than this could be a good fit for you.I, on the other hand, wanted to conk their two heads together and have them settle this once and for all, but then again, that's a much shorter story. Still, I like these two characters individually, for the most part. The town still seems beautiful and interesting.

  • Anita
    2019-03-23 12:00

    Good Continuation of this series about a magical cove/ village in Ireland where all the female descendants have inherited special gifts from their matriarch-Grace O'Malley. In this installment, Cait is the beautiful, fiery pub owner who has kept her talent for mind reading hidden along with her live for Shane.

  • Susan Carroll
    2019-02-24 10:54

    Secrets, lies or love?Petite Cait has had to struggle for everything all her life, but finally, life is looking up. But her hunky landlord Shane is the bane of her existence with his contrary manner and bossy ways. Yes, she might have a little crush, but too many secrets stand in the way between them. Maybe trust just needs a little something extra to push them together.

  • Angela-Gaye Mallory
    2019-03-05 18:44

    An easy peasy read which I enjoyed. The boy meets girl and they obviously both like one another but go through the he's not good enough for me, she doesn't fancy me, he annoys me, she annoys me etc is a formula Tricia O'Malley seems to like and this can be rather annoying. I love the Irish setting though and the mystical references and would read more if I needed a quick and easy read.

  • Pinchy
    2019-03-11 14:52

    Lušna knjiga, še vedno mi je všeč pridih magije, a bi raje videla, da je je še več. Pri glavni junakinji me je motilo, da ni poslušala niti kako komunicirala, da bi kaj razrešila. Ampak potem verjetno ne ni nilo te knjige. Všeč mi je tudi, da spoznamo junake naslednjih delov serije in tako več občutimo do njih.

  • Dana Dobias
    2019-03-05 12:01

    Such a Wonderful SeriesSet in a small coastal Irish town, this is the second book in the series. I opted to read them in the order they were written and am so far delighted. Her characters are unique, believable, and she has great descriptions of any surroundings.

  • Kay Davis
    2019-03-02 18:45

    MagicalThis story is full of magic. To realize a gift when you thought it a curse, gives hope to us all that we accept that each and everyone is special in our own way. Lovely, Tricia!

  • Elaine Chestnut
    2019-03-11 11:47

    Good runaway.Great way to runaway to a different country whenever I wanted to with an open mind regarding magic-pro or con

  • Vicki
    2019-03-06 13:52

    I loved it, a good fact Chic read, on to the next in series.

  • Brandy Martin
    2019-03-23 17:55

    I finished the first book to this series today and quickly began the second book...which I finished by the end of the day. what a light hearted, quick, enjoyable read.

  • Marion Vasquez
    2019-03-17 11:49

    In love againI love the characters Cait and Shane. Following her indecisiveness of whether he really loved her was expected. He never told her. Just like a man.

  • Christine Ferro
    2019-03-07 13:51

    enchanting!love these books! so easy to get caught up in the stories and i can't wait to read the rest!

  • Liz
    2019-03-10 18:48

    I really like the Mystic Cove series. It was a little tedious when they would argue because you knew they would end up together, but the ending was sweet and worth waiting for!

  • Crystal L Archer
    2019-03-07 10:49

    Wonderful book in a wonderful series.It is impossible to put down. Wonderful characters make you eager to see what happens next.this is a great psychic romance book.

  • Lisa
    2019-03-18 16:41

    The main character bugged me too much.

  • LaKeshia Filip
    2019-03-04 17:38

    3.5Not as good as the first but still a good story. Not a book I look back at and go wow. Debating on whether or not I will continue the series. There are so many others out there that wrap you up in the story!

  • Gail
    2019-03-21 16:41

    Nice story. Lightweight, but it had the ingredients to be so much more. Nice angst, decent conflict--at least I think so, sort of. It even had a villain to be vanquished. The possibilities were there. But I wanted to know WHY?? The author never explained why the heroine--a pub owner in an Irish village--was enamored of her landlord in the first place. Sure he's hot, but romance novels are full of handsome jerks, and this one had his share of jerkish behavior. There was no why to the heroine's fear of exposing her psychic secret. We were just told she feared it and were expected to accept it without explanation. More examples are easily found. I really found the motivations for much of the story left out, and I missed them. I wanted them. Leaving them out made the story very thin, and it's a nice little story. But it could have been so much better. Ah well.

  • Patricia
    2019-03-06 14:44

    Great followup book for the first book in the seriesThe author did a fantastic job with transitioning you from book one into book two which was just as fantastically comprised of plots and intrigue,love stories and suspense as the first. Again I would definitely recommend you read this book preferably as a follow-up to the first this series is very well written and I plan on reading more of what this author has written to see if it is also as well written and flows as easily as this series as shown too.

  • Kyjuliano
    2019-03-13 15:46

    I loved Cait and Shanes story. I can’t imagine how difficult it would be to travel through life hearing the thoughts of those around you, where would you go for silence? Although each book stands alone there is a beautiful weaving of the lives of the decendents of Grace and it was great to spend time with the other ladies. Again Shane is a little too proud at times and needs to be put in his place, but underneath is a heart of Gold and Cait is just the one to set him straight.

  • MaryAnn
    2019-03-10 18:03

    Wild Irish Eyes incorporates the people and the history we learned about in the first two books and it kept me reading quicker and quicker, wanting to know how the story of Cait would progress. Again, the wonderful Fiona is much in evidence as are most of the people from the previous books.Tricia O'Malley's series is getting better as it goes along and I eventually purchased all the books in this series.

  • Julie Wittekind
    2019-03-14 13:51

    Paranormal at its FinestA trip to a very special place in Ireland, where if you are a girl born from the bloodline of Grace O'Malley,you have a special gift. In this story we meet those who don't want to have anything to do with it; others who think of it as a gift. It was a wonderful read! Hope you enjoy it, too.

  • Ronda Barnes-Howard
    2019-03-08 18:53

    GreatThis is the second in the series and it was wonderful. Usually in series books you get hooked in with a great first book and the next ones after are not quite as good, but this was one didn't disappoint it was great like the first one. I loved the mystical story and I would love to visit this town, the way it's described in such detail just make you want to live there.

  • Reba
    2019-03-20 11:36

    Like my review of book 2, if you love Ireland, with its history, romance, mystery, with just a hint of Irish magic then you'll love this series. Each book has friends, family, lovers and just the right amount of everything to make a great read. Similar storylines from book 2, so that's why I gave it 4 stars instead of 5. Still good read and I LOVE reading books set in Ireland..

  • Sherry Francis
    2019-02-25 16:02

    Mystic Cove series 1, 2, prequel These books are wonderful, I can imagine the cove, the pub and places in these books while I'm reading, the characters are charming. Makes me want to visit Ireland. So far these books make me want to keep reading the series, there is enough goodness about their powers that is very intriguing.

  • Darlene Ferland
    2019-03-21 13:48

    The second in the Mystic cove series is not a disappointment. The reader meets a 'new' character in each book while surrounding the main character with all of those from previous books. I guess that power for healing or reading minds or honing in on an aura fascinates me. I'm already on the third book!