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My life has revolved around the two things I've always loved: whiskey and rugby. Now, the marriage clause in my Da's will has me putting both on the back burner if I want to save the Murphy's Pub empire and find a wife. 

As the last brother to get married, I need a little help, and that's where my sister-in-law's American best friend, Leah, comes into the picture. She could use a little Irish luck after the deceitful things her ex did to her that brought her to Ireland. With her take-no-shite-attitude, she's just the type of girl to help me find a wife. That is, if I can remember she’s the matchmaker and not the match.

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I really enjoyed this series. It was nice reading about two couples who are genuinely kind to each other. Leah was a little more stubborn and whiny than Fallon and Grace, but she was compatible to Sean. Leah also has a “poor me” attitude and I didn’t like the ending as someone had to give up dreams to make the other happy. I did like all the brothers, but I think the “marriage clause” was a big stretch for three brothers to get married within a year. Still, it made for a fun listen, especially with these two narrators.