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Wild Irish Envy

(Copperline #2)

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4.16  ·  Rating details ·  248 ratings  ·  66 reviews
*** Mature Content; Strong Language; Sexual Content with m/f, m/f/m, and exhibitionism/voyeurism***

“She is the forbidden fruit. The one girl I want and the one I can never have. Never mind that I saw her first. That I met her first. That I wanted her first.”

Denny Byrne is Dublin-born, but found his life and his music in the Rocky Mountains. He arrived in Montana on a st
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ebook, 300 pages
Published May 7th 2015 by www.SibyllaMatilde.com (first published May 5th 2015)
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Duchess Nicole
I. Can't. Even. Tell. You. How. Angsty. This. Book. Was.

For those of you who live and die for New Adult and love the back and forth, back and forth,back and forth,back and forth...you'll probably live and die for this book.



For those of you who like smoking hot, taboo kink, you will also probably love this book. (Windows up, you hookers :D )



For me, I enjoyed the read but man, Denny was sooooo ridiculously, unnecessarily guilty and undecided and wishy washy. I was right pissed off with him by the
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Jamie
Well, bummer. This one disappointed me. It earned the third star because is managed to pull the feels from me towards the end, but I spent the majority of the book annoyed.
Denny drove me nuts. I love angst, and enjoy a bit of the push and pull, but he was ridiculous. Being that the book was from his POV I was able to sympathize to an extent for a little while, but it all wore thin.
Nance
4.5 awesome stars!!!

Sibylla Matilde hits it out of the park with her new addition to the Copperline series while telling the love story of Denny and Felicity. These two were just right for each other, but Denny had huge guilt issues regarding his past relationship with his friend, Trent, when it came to Felicity. And, until he gets over those issues, his relationship with “Fliss” will never move forward. She’s all he’s ever thought about, though, and when they’re brought together during an unexp
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Linda
Well what is their to say but Sibylla, I loved it! Ooh and Denny is a wanker and eejit! Though he may be a wanker , which we already new from Post Breakup Sex, I love Denny anyway !

Why do I love Denny, well first off he is a transplanted Irishman from Dublin who came to the Staes, Butte Montana to be exact to attend Montana Tech , so of course one sexy Irishman is going to have a sexy brogue which is exactly what captures Felicity( Fliss) attention.
Denny an Felicity first meet when Felicity whi
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Sammy ⭐️
Mar 26, 2015 rated it really liked it
Shelves: stand-alone, 3-star
3.75 Windows Up Stars

Denny and Fliss first met 5 years ago at Montana Tech, but Denny knew she was too young to push for date. The next time their paths cross, Fliss is on the arm of a man Denny sees as close friends. The only way he can deal with his feelings is to avoid Fliss all together.

Denny and Fliss are reunited on a flight to Ireland years later, when Denny takes care of a flu ridden Fliss. The past still troubles them both, neither are prepared to deal with the events or feelings they
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★Ruth★
Apr 20, 2015 rated it really liked it
The best Irish fella I've ever read ;)

Review to come on release !
Jos
May 01, 2015 rated it really liked it
4 Solid Stars WARNING: Some SPOILERS AHEAD

OK, so for me personally I felt this book fell short of my expectations coming on the heels of the 1st book in the series but nonetheless, I still liked it, I just didn't "love" it like I did the first.

I loved Denny in the first book and don't get me wrong, I still love him BUT he was annoying for the most part in this story! Now let me talk Felicity or rather Fliss, I loved her:) Yeah, for me she was the saving grace of this story. Her back story with T
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Odette
May 02, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Siby does it yet again....... Anyone who knows me, knows I love Sib almost as much as I love her boys....... And Denny is no different.
Denny is a wanker......... However the more you read the more you realise he can be as smooth as a pint of Guiness
Fliss annoyed the hell out of me to start with but I warmed to her as she warmed to Denny......... Then holy hell she was hot, hot hot
I could go on and on but I don't want to ruin it for anyone all I will say is......
Denny the wanker...... We ❤ you xx
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Clare
Apr 02, 2015 rated it it was amazing
**** ARC from the author ****

Holy wow Sibylla is an amazing writer and this one was just fantastic, Denny and Fliss story is a sad and a little hard but with the way it was written you can't help but love Denny for how he behaves. With each page i love this more and more and couldn't put it down, This a must must read.
Mei Yen
May 25, 2015 rated it really liked it
I like the first book better but this one is OK as well. Really funny. Seriously, this author should get more recognition!
Hooked On Books
May 17, 2015 rated it it was amazing

This is my first book by Sibylla Matilde but definitely will not be my last. Wild Irish Envy was a great book and Denny's accent just melted me.


Denny is from Dublin but lives in Butte Montana. He first encounters Felicity (Fliss) while she is on a high school trip and he was in college. He was instantly interested but realized she was too young for him.
Felicity has always lived in Butte and she loves it. On her trip she meets up with Denny and also instantly is attracted to him.

The book skips
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Beth
Wild Irish Envy is another gem to add to Sibylla Matilde's amazing collection of works so far. This book is a follow on from Matilde's first in the series, Post Breakup Sex.

In this second installment, the book follows Denny, The Wanker, as he fights for his shot at a second-chance with the girl who got away.

This story follows the emotional struggle of Denny and Fliss. There is history between them, which runs deep and painful for them both. You see, Fliss was supposed to be Denny's all along,
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Pam
Mar 28, 2015 rated it it was amazing
5 spectacular Denny is a wanker stars. This book takes us a different member of the Mofo's. Denny is an Irishman who has found himself in the beautiful state of Montana as he is attending college here. He meets Flis and they instantly have massive chemistry. Problem is she is too young and Denny does the right thing and leaves her alone. They meet again and this time she is not too young but now she is in a relationship with his "friend" and once again Denny feels like he is doing the right thin ...more
Sada Maciel
May 02, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Omg I do believe this one is my fav!! Oh how I love Denny!! Sometimes I wanted to strangle Fliss & Denny & say open ur eyes!! But I'm so happy they figured it all out!! Could not put this down!! Amazing. I'm so sad it ended. Could use some more Denny!! Total must read!! Ahh makes me want a hot Irish man!!!
Amy
Apr 01, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: botb
OMG Denny is such a feckin' wanker!
I LOVED their story even though there were times I was hollering you feckin eejits! These two were frustrating as f*ck at times but overall their story was hot, heart breaking and amazing :-) Fantastic read!
Oh and the scenes......Sweet Jesus.... I thought it would be hard to top the scenes from Post Breakup Sex ...umm f*cking wow!
Bring on Cody!
Ana
May 01, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Ok, I little advise, NOT a read for the train
Kathy M
May 02, 2015 rated it it was amazing
I LOVED IT
I LOVED IT
I LOVED IT.
Black Rose
Aug 09, 2017 rated it really liked it
Mucho más interesante y entretenido que la primera entrega. La autora nos lleva a través de los bellos paisajes de Montaña y Dublín.
Lilly Heart
May 24, 2015 rated it it was amazing
This is becoming my favourite book series. This is the second book in the Copperline series. They can be read as standalone but, if you read the first book 'Post break up sex' you meet the band 'Mofos'
Denny is from Dublin that came to the Montana on student Visa. While at college he meets a girl Felicity, who at the time is still under eighteen years old. She is just looking around but gets lost and that is how she meets Denny.
Because of her age Denny doesn't ask for her phone number or does an
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Patricia
May 02, 2015 rated it it was amazing
I had to put the kindle down and pull out the computer for this review. I need to articulate the love I felt for this book and Denny.

The term wanker is used a lot in this book and I hate to admit, Denny was one on more than one occasion. Yet, if you have a sexy Irish accent and looks, you can pretty much get away with anything.

We began with a sad yet important fact to prepare us for everything we learn about both main characters. Their story is intense, at times heartbreaking and at other times
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Kim
May 03, 2015 rated it it was amazing
They say when you find your true love you know it, feel it and Denny wanted to taste it ! But when he met Felicity that day at Tech while she was on a High School trip he knew he had to wait for her and wait he did. He thought and dreamed about her everyday but knew someday she would be his. But then one day he knew she couldn't be his anymore and he lost his chance forever...but would forever be forever.

When Felicity showed up at that party with Trent, Denny thought his world was going to end,
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Tiffany
May 10, 2015 rated it liked it
** I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review**

**3.5 Stars**

Wild Irish Envy, the second book in the Cooperline series is Felicity and Denny's story. It was love at first sight for these two when they met five years ago. The problem, she was only seventeen (jailbait)...so he let her go. The next time he saw her, she was on the arm of his friend, someone who helped get the Bangin' Mofos started, someone he didn't want to betray. For months, Denny watched the girl he loved being mistreated
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Favorite Quotes:

They'd probably still heard Ruth swearing over the music though. She could make a porn star blush.

Looking back, beginning the conversation with Fliss' dad by saying 'She's not knocked up' was maybe not the most articulate way to make a good first impression. But I had kinda panicked a little really... Okay, so I panicked a lot.

He was kind of the epitome of every authority figure I had. A father figure, a father-in-law, and the law all rolled into one massive, angry grizzly bear
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Tonya
May 06, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Review for Abibliophobia Anonymous Book Reviews

Sibylla has done it again! This book is feckin awesome. I absolutely love Denny, Fliss, and the Bangin' Mofos. I want to be a Bangin Mofos groupie (just don't tell my husband lol). It's always fun to read a book where the main character isn't American. I learned some new words. I caught myself reading Denny's words in an Irish accent (hello, Collin Farrell) in my head. It may have made me giggle a few times out loud.

Denny and Felicity's, or Fliss as
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Lisa
Mar 25, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: arcs
Wild Irish Envy by Sibylla Matilde is the next fantastic creation (book 2) in her Copperline series. It is absolutely fooking fantastic!

We get the story of Denny, the Irish immigrant and member of the Bangin' Mofo's.
Four years ago Denny met a beautiful but underage Felicity at the university he was attending while she was on a college tour. He held back, was biding his time, until the day his best friend and band mate Trent walked in with his Fliss on his arm. There was a level of loss that affe
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Stephanie  Mae
Jun 28, 2016 rated it really liked it
"Wild Irish &Crazy In Love"
The Copperline Series Book 2

What this couple did to each other is horrible. They both played a role in the stupidity of their youth. Denny worst of all at times. But, both are really awful in their lack of honesty and emotional courage, in ways, by avoiding each other and the truth of their emotions they self-abused.
Denny with drugs and Felicity (Fliss) who chose to be with and stay with the abusive Trent.
The roles the band members choose to play is equally disappo
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Ginnie Dee
May 12, 2015 rated it it was amazing
5 stars !!!

This is my first book by Sibylla Matilde but definitely will not be my last. Wild Irish Envy was a great book and Denny's accent just melted me.


Denny is from Dublin but lives in Butte Montana. He first encounters Felicity (Fliss) while she is on a high school trip and he was in college. He was instantly interested but realized she was too young for him.
Felicity has always lived in Butte and she loves it. On her trip she meets up with Denny and also instantly is attracted to him.

The
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Shirley Verdin
May 06, 2015 rated it it was amazing
I was given an ARC FOR an honest review.
Wild Irish Envy has got to be one (of many) of the best books Siby has written.
Denny being the wanker he is, has a soft side to him especially when it comes to Felicity aka Fliss, which is the name only he calls her. Fliss opened this side of him when he first layed eyes on her. Knowing he wanted her to be his he would wait until she reached of age to claim her, little did he know that one if his friends would beat him to it. Since the day he saw her with
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Jelena Bosh
Jul 14, 2016 rated it really liked it
Oh boy, do I love me some Irish!!

I can't tell you guys how excited I was to find out we'll have Danny's story in this one! Ekkk I was literally doing that crazy dance some of us might do when we're too excited about a certain book? You know that dance? No? Maybe it's just me... Yeah.. Oh well. Looking crazy was worth it because as you might have guesses, I kinda have a thing for Irish characters. To add the cherry on top, he is from Dublin. Dublin!! Personally, I've never been there (who would h
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Fiction  Vixens Blog
Jun 26, 2016 rated it it was amazing
This is the second book in the Copperline series that I've read by Sibylla Matilde and I must say that I thoroughly enjoyed this great story. Sibylla Matilde has given us one hell of a roller coaster ride of up and downs ,with a lot of steamy hot loving with it. I'm proud to say that I was screaming at these two to get their shit together and to see what they had in front of them . They sometimes had me so mad at them ,that I wanted to bang their heads together or slap them upside the head. Thei ...more
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