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Falling for Irish by Katie ReusFalling for Irish by Katie Reus
Published by KR Press on February 23, 2021
Format: eBook
Source: NetGalley
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She walked away once.

When Kathryn Irish realized that she and Daniel were too different—and that he thought she was after him for his money—she ended things. When a job randomly puts her back on his radar, they hesitantly form a truce. But deep down she knows she can never be just friends with him. She’ll always want more.

He never should have let her go.

Daniel MacArthur knows he made the biggest mistake of his life in letting Kathryn walk away. When she suddenly appears back in his life, it’s not a moment too soon—since she’s been targeted twice by a faceless enemy. She thinks the two attacks are random. But he’s not so sure. Is it because of her job? Or is something more sinister at play?

This novella begins with a hacking. Kathryn Irish has been hired to find the weak spots in a company’s computer security, and she’s very good at what she does. She goes into the building undercover, and runs into the her ex.

Daniel takes one look at her and he wants her back. He has no idea why she broke up with him two months ago, but he’s known since he met her that she’s it for him. And here she is right in front of him and he plans on fighting for her. In fact I think this book should be called Fighting for Irish because he’s 100% on board with fighting for her.

She’s really unsure though, after all, the reason she broke up with him is that she saw a file he had on her and the post it note on top said (in his handwriting) Gold Digger underlined three times. He finally gets her to tell him why she left him and he’s floored. That was not his file and he did not write that note. Meanwhile, she’s been mugged, attacked, and now her ex is back in her life. What can she believe?

She gives him another chance, and the two of them are so good together. This is a cute and sexy Romantic Suspense. I don’t typically put cute and Romantic Suspense together, but it works here. Katie Reus’ stories are always sexy and well-written and this one adds in cute and fun. I really enjoyed this story and I can’t wait for the next in the series.

***ARC courtesy of the publisher via Netgalley