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On Dublin Street by Samantha Young
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Sep 22, 2012

it was amazing
bookshelves: sizzling-hot, love-oh-love, all-time-favorites, my-ideal-guy
Read in September, 2012

HOT!

HOT!

HOT!


What a page-turner for me! I read this book in one day. I loved the story!

On Dublin Street was about Jocelyn who doesn't allow herself to open up with anyone because of something that had happened in her past. In grieving process which consist of Denial, Anger, Bargaining, Depression, Acceptance. She stopped in Denial Stage.. burying every memories alive about her family. Which is not healthy for a person.

Then she met Braden, her roommates brother, a man who gets what he wants which is Jocelyn. Like, Like His character! What a tease. :) Joss, tried to deny her feelings, but with the arrangement that they made she really was struggling to do so.

The story doesn't only revolves about Braden and Jocelyn but also with her roommate Ellie who effortlessly sneaks to Jocelyn's heart that they became best friends.(view spoiler)

Loved every bits of the story! Love each characters: BRADEN, JOCELYN, ELLIE, ADAM that I'm craving for more!

This book was definitely worth my time :)
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