Wild Irish by C. M. Seabrook
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 1/2 from Ari
Narration: Kyle Maraglio
Length: 5 hrs, 19 mins
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I went searching for trouble and I found it. I just didn’t expect to find it in the form of Cillian Gallagher.
The gorgeously tatted lead singer and guitarist of Wild Irish, Cillian is everything I’ve always tried to stay away from. He’s wild and dangerous. And exactly what I need to cross off number four on my bucket list.
Kiss a complete stranger.
It should have been that simple. But I wasn’t prepared for the scorching heat that would ignite a passion, leaving us both gasping for air.
It was never meant to be more than a fling.
I didn’t expect that when I left Ireland, I’d be leaving a piece of my heart, or how our lives would be intertwined even when we were thousands of miles apart.
One last request.
One life-changing list.
One month of no regrets.
I ran from my boring, simple life, straight into the arms of trouble.
The thing with trouble is that it has a way of finding you, no matter where you go.
In Wild Irish we meet Delaney, a woman who’s mourning the loss of her sister while setting out on a trip to fulfill a list of adventures her sister never got to complete. Then there’s Cillian, a jaded rock star who’s known loss from a very young age and is filled with bitterness at the recent betrayal of his brother and band mates. When their paths literally collide they begin to learn, in one wild month together, that loss doesn’t always mean a bitter ending and that life is to be lived and not simply to mourn the losses along the way.
Infused with fantastic banter, hot chemistry between Cillian and Delaney, and an underlying vulnerability throughout this love story, Wild Irish is a book you need to get and won’t be able to stop listening until it’s over. Especially when you get a load of Kyle Maraglio doing an Irish accent. OH. MY. GOD. Seriously, it’s worth the listen just for his accent alone. Sadly, his performance of Delaney’s chapters are only differentiated because she has an American accent. It’s worth the credit for the great story and Kyle’s aural performance combined. 4.5 stars!