Ladies, take it from me, if you have any sense, do not fall for an Irish guy.
Especially a fiery-tempered, muscular, tattooed, bad boy who grew up on the wrong side of the tracks without a father.
At least, I hope he becomes mine.
When we were in high school I know he liked me. He was going to ask me to prom. We were destined to be together.
And then everything went wrong.
This town was never kind to outsiders, and an Irish fighter like Shane never stood a chance against the creeps who run things around here.
They weren’t about to let him make off with me.
So they almost killed him.
They dropped him at a bus station with a one-way ticket across the country, and I thought I’d never see him again.
Now he’s back, and there’s going to be trouble. Three years in the military has turned him into a dangerous weapon. And he’s going to unleash on St. Patrick’s Day and reclaim the woman he was always supposed to have.
The woman who’s heart has always been his.
The woman who saved her first time for him.