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FREE DOC Þ READER On Dublin Street ↠ ❮Reading❯ ➶ On Dublin Street Author Samantha Young – Jocelyn Butler has been hiding from her past for years But all her secrets are about to be laid bare Four years ago Jocelyn left her tragic past behind in the States and started over in Scotland buryi JocLationship Braden proposes an arrangement that will satisfy their intense attraction without any strings attachedBut after an intrigued Jocelyn accepts she realizes that Braden won't be satisfied with just mind blowing passion The stubborn Scotsman is intent on truly knowing her down to the very so 412 to 5 stars with a caveatOh my gosh what an emotional angsty and enthralling read I won't go into plot detail considering many reviews have already done a good job explaining what this book is about but I will share my overall impressions On Dublin Street owned me from the first page to the last It had my emotions all over the place–from tremendous frustration to pure elation Most of my jumbled emotions were due to the heroine Jocelyn and her understandable yet exasperating behavior My heart truly ached for all that had happened to her throughout her young and impressionable years That said her constant negative outlook on personal relationships her fickleness and her unwillingness to commit to the hero throughout the book drove me crazy I found it difficult to like or even admire her character because of the way she treated those who cared so deeply for her Like I said before I understand why she felt the way she did; she had good reason Still I didn't enjoy her dismal and sometimes hurtful attitude In fact I found myself desperately wishing for happy and positive interactions between her and the other characters to help counterbalanced all the angst On the other hand Braden the hero completely swept me off my feet At first I wasn't sure what to make of his flirty cocky and beguiling character His bluntness and arrogance was shocking at times It didn't take him long however to completely win me over and have me rooting for his happily ever after His devotion compassion and loyalty to the ones he loved–not to mention his overwhelming sexiness–earned him a place as one of my favorite heroes The secondary characters were delightful and gave this book in my opinion its heart and soul Especially Jocelyn's roommate and Braden's sister Ellie She was such a fantastic and vibrant character I adored everything about her charismatic and endearing character If only everyone could be so fortunate to have a friend like her On Dublin Street is an emotional angsty passionate sexy and captivating read The ending was perfect and made all the angst and heartache worthwhile Although I struggled deeply with Jocelyn's attitude and behavior I truly loved so much about this book I highly recommended this story to anyone looking for a realistic emotional and memorable read that's overflowing with heart and soul

Samantha Young è On Dublin Street TEXT

Itary life is working well until she moves into a new apartment on Dublin Street where she meets a man who shakes her carefully guarded world to its coreBraden Carmichael is used to getting what he wants and he's determined to get Jocelyn into his bed Knowing how skittish she is about entering a re 5 stars
 On Dublin Street is one of my favorite books I’ve been meaning to re read it for the longest time so when a friend told me how incredible the audio version was I made time to sueeze it in straight away I’m so glad I did This is one of those books that was even better the second time aroundBraden Carmichael is one of the very first book boyfriends I ever claimed as my own In my original short review I referred to him as my ‘new literary love’ He is just so damn perfect I could go on and on about how much I love him He's smooth sexy funny alpha and sweet Joss is a heroine I completely adore I know a lot of people have issues with her but not me She is perfectly imperfect She is flawed in the best way Her entire life changed when she was younger and she is the person she is because of those changes She does the best she can and the growth she has is inspiring She is also so funny All through the book her snarky and fun attitude just makes me smile and laugh I love seeing her open up to not only Braden but Elle as well Samantha Young is a fantastic storyteller I find myself getting lost in the world of her characters This book is wonderful One of my favorite contemporary romances Joss’s journey and progression was great to see And did I mention how steamy it is Braden and Joss together gah SO hot If you haven’t read this book I have to insist you pick it up right away And if you like audio books I can’t recommend this one enough It was fantastic Meet Braden Carmichael fall in love with him and thank me later ;

EBOOK è On Dublin Street è Samantha Young

On Dublin StreetJocelyn Butler has been hiding from her past for years But all her secrets On Dublin eBook #182 are about to be laid bare Four years ago Jocelyn left her tragic past behind in the States and started over in Scotland burying her grief ignoring her demons and forging ahead without attachments Her sol Some spoilers aheadOh good grief Before I even get started let's just establish a couple of facts about this review1 I know my opinion is not the popular one at the moment2 I do not feel guilty about Fact #1 3 Therefore I am going to be brutally honest If I could go back in time one week and erase the crazed idea I got to read On Dublin Street I would Even though I'm an avid romance reader I have incredibly shitty luck with contemporaries mainly because I expect modern characters to be enlightened than they ever turn out to be But here was this new shiny thing with all kinds of 5 star reviews and a generous amount of buzz It can't be that bad I thoughtThen I read it This doesn't end well While I know On Dublin Street is right up some readers' alleys almost everything about it is my own personal Kryptonite The only thing I liked about it was the ending because that meant I was finally done with it So with no further ado let's get to the meat of this rotting carcass Things Rachel Didn't Like About On Dublin Street The ualityApparently this thing had two editors I couldn't tell A constant stream of errors kept me detached from the story about 90% of the time Punctuation is misused or not used at all words and phrases are repeated with wild abandon dialogue tags are left beaten and bloody behind crumbling storage sheds sentences are mangled and needless descriptions and characters are rolled out of a clown car even though they bring nothing to the story The narration tested my patience time and time again with its repetitiveness Joss can't just say shit or fuck when she feels like using a curse word which is often She'll take off on some Fuckity shit shittity fuckity fuck shit exclamation that makes it look like the prose is suffering from Tourette's In addition she uses the annoying curse Jesus C all the freaking time It's Jesus CHRIST Joss You can't throw around all those fucks and shits like a politician throwing out candy to little kids at a parade and then act all coy when it comes to Jesus We all know it's Jesus Christ Jesus C would have been fine if used once or never but it wore out its welcome VERY FAST The whole story needed to be compacted and fine tuned Alas it wasn't and ends up reading like a first draft fan fiction instead If you're thinking Rachel it can't be that bad allow me to present to you the following Example 1 As I had been for the last few weeks I was working Saturday's now at Club 39Example 2 Wait My look castigated You didn't pick up every time Adam calledExample 3 He seriously hated clubbing which had brought me to ask him the uestion 'why he owned a nightclub'Example 4 He should you have been a therapist These are just a few that really made my head splinter You can find on just about every page of the book or you can check out my epic collection of status updates Near the end I felt like everyone just stopped trying You're was used instead of your multiple times Run on sentences ran crazy The plot just kept going and going for no reason other than to drag out the page countCall me a nit picky bastard I'm not ashamed If a book goes out on the market for people to buy and spend their time reading then it should be properly edited Isn't it enough that we have to put up with wonky plots and asshole characters Can't grammar and proper syntax rise above all that I refuse to give than one star to a book that uses My look castigated as a fucking dialogue tag or that uses Saturday's as the plural for Saturday or that neglects the use of commas like they're just special gifts we give out every once in a while Joss is a CowThis narrator has the special honor of reading like both The Most Horrible Person in the World and a generic Mary Sue Joss comes fresh out of the Tragedy Factory with a dead family a dead best friend and a shit ton of I've got issues baggage In order to facilitate Joss' fucked up persona Young just has her do everything in the most irrational manner possible She has all kinds of nice friends but insists that she can't let anyone in She has a hefty inheritance that she never uses which is a fucking lie and acts like some great martyr because she works in a pub and wants to write for a living She acts like a total hypocrite with her friends and even makes the problems of her roommate which are actually serious ALL ABOUT HER Joss is such a bullshitter that she'll tell you one thing in the first person narrative and then completely contradict it in her totally unnecessary inner monologue That brings me to another complaint Why the hell do I keep reading first person narrative stories with freuent inner monologues They do the same goddamn thingJoss makes a good decision when she starts going to therapy but the therapy sessions annoyed me because it read like Young pulled every aspect of it from what she's seen on TV If that damn therapist cocked her head like a bird one time I was going to scream I'll give Joss credit for being a caustic bitch to Braden a majority of the time though Sure her I don't deserve LOOOOOVVVEE reasoning is irrational but Braden seriously deserves every ounce of difficulty she throws at him Braden Carmichael Alpha Douche BitchThis guy He's a real piece of work I hate this New Alpha character we've been seeing in books ever since Edward Cullen made stalking sexy again in Twilight Perhaps my fantasies don't line up with popular opinion these days but I don't find these guys attractive at all The alpha male used to be confident and yes demanding but he knew where to draw the line Now the al