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Task Force Three: The Irish Jewel (The Men of Five-0 #3)

4.07 of 5 stars 4.07  ·  rating details  ·  489 ratings  ·  11 reviews
Forced to leave her home in Ireland after witnessing her father’s murder, Ava O’Brian discovers a family secret and will do anything to avenge her father’s death. Escaping to the United States, she begins a rigorous training and uses her computer hacking skills to stop her father’s killer from stealing her money, her castle, and her father’s businesses. Little does she kno ...more
Published April 13th 2012 by Siren Publishing, Inc.
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Dixie Lynn Dwyer is my favorite Siren author. She hits on the one thing sure to keep my attention in every story she writes... the heroes' total devotion to the heroine. I think a woman's need to be special – above all other women that may have come before her – is a part of all women. Dixie definitely gives that to us in spades with her work. I was worried that this story was going to veer off course when I read some of the other reviews but I can now safely say that she has done the series ple ...more
Ava O'Brian has been groomed her whole life to be a lady as well as be able to protect herself if necessary, when her father is brutally murdered in front of her and a rogue wolf sets out to claim her as his own, Ava hightails it out of Ireland. Two years later Ava is trying to bring the man down who betrayed her father, but a new ripple has crossed her path as she meets the Declan brothers who are claiming she is there mate.

Willy cannot believe they have found their mate and from what he can t
I haven't actually finished this book yet. I do intend to, but oh Lord is this a tedious read. This woman, ya'll. And the "alpha". How I tire of them both. I could fall in love with every other member of this pack, but their oldest brother, the "Alpha", he treats Ava like crap. And while Ava does an excellent job of telling him off, & making very good points while she does it, she never actually says any of it out loud! He's constantly talking down to her, treating her like an idiot, & s ...more
OK, so this book wasn’t FABULOUS so it didn’t get 5 stars. It would have gotten 4 from me except for one thing that was consistent throughout the book, which is the inconsistency of one of the character names. It is William, or Willy. In one sentence it is William and in the next it is Willy. I wish she would have just chosen one and left it at that. I can see if his brothers or his woman called him Willy, but in the non-dialogue text, she would go back and forth between William and Willy. It wa ...more
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Well written and enjoyable to read. If you enjoy reading shapeshifter menage and romance then you will love this one very much.
Beverly Richards
I'm loving this series. At one point in this book when they were talking about magical beings I nearly thought that Ava would have some sort of power or something. I was so looking forward to find out what it was but then I got to the end and nothing. That was the only disappointment. Nevertheless I love this story. This author can sure weave a story. A very active imagination.
I did enjoy this book but I felt the brother did kinda bleed into one another. The Irish jewel was a good mystery and I did like how independent Ava was with defending herself and running her father company. Good HEA
Boring. Very disappointing, too many references to that jewel. By the end I didn't care about the jewel. Hope the next one is as good as the first 2.
Faced paced and unbelievably Hot with some sexy hunk werewolves. Werewolves and a menage what more could a gal ask for.
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My momma was born and raised in New Orleans. At the age of twenty, she met and fell in love with an Irishman named Patrick Riley Dwyer. Needless to say, the family was a bit taken aback by this as they hoped she would marry a family frien
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