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An Amazon top 100 best seller.

I used to think I was one of the lucky ones. But at 26, I’ve left my “perfect” life in New York behind and ended up in Ireland. 

When my car hits a ditch, I’m rescued by the three sexiest men I’ve ever seen. The three Irish O’Callaghan brothers. Broad shoulders, strong arms, and accents that make me wet just to hear them. 

Killian, the bossy one.

Fionn, the cheeky one.

And Aiden, the silent one with a secret.

They all want me. 

I want them. All of them. 

I have to choose...right? Or, will I be the thing that tears this family apart. 

Please note: This is a sexy yet emotional reverse harem romance. Three Irish Brothers is a full-length, stand-alone novel about three sexy Irish brothers who want nothing more than to please their special woman. All at the same time. Sienna’s Quick & Dirty series consists of stand-alone novels which are hotter, dirtier, and quicker than her other novels. 

©2018 Sienna Blake (P)2020 Sienna Blake

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Severe Narration Disappointment

I was very happy with this book as far as the story, characters, writing, and the ending goes. But the Narration was a very BIG disappointment! The female voice was very well played. It was the male voice that was completely wrong for the characters. The accent was fine but the man's voice just sounded entirely to old and unappealing for the swoon worthy male characters. It undoubtedly took away my enjoyment of being able to get lost in this book. I think that casting the right voices for the characters in a book is just as important as the writing, because you can't actually see the character but with the right voice it seems that you can do much more than see them you can feel them too.

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