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5 stars for Igniting Ireland by @Virgini35142126 #eroticromance #timetravel #romance #bookreview

Title: Igniting Ireland

Author: Virginia Barlow

Genre: Erotic Time Travel Romance

Book Blurb:

Fiona Ryan's firm offers her an all-expense paid trip to Ireland following a brutal year of personal loss. A freak storm ravishes her scenic tour, and Fiona awakens in the seventeenth century. Falling hard for her sinfully attractive rescuer, she tells him of his fate to save him but fails.

Back in the present time, Brendan O'Connor, millionaire finds Fiona adrift and rescues her. Calling him a different name, she speaks as though she knew him in another time and place. Problem is he remembers intimate things about a woman he never met and gets the feeling he's been with her before....

My Review:

It seems time travel is my jam and I truly love the flavor. Fiona and Liam can heat up any time they are in and leave it afire.

My second review for this company is once more time travel. I am getting addicted to super time travel books. This one adds heat to the formula.

Here, I can strum a harp to say the world building is intense. I confess I got addicted to this world too. Seamlessly flowing between 17th and 21st c, this book just rocks.

Another book I took home to read. A fast read that is really rewarding. Hot love scenes just spice this up. Intense history is brought to life.

An original ending to a very original book. If you love time travel, you will want to buy this book. Fans of spicy romance immersed in time travel will love this. A really fun book to read. Enjoy.

My Rating: 5 stars

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Author Biography:

I love being an author. It's all about where your characters lead you. I start with a general idea. As the story unfolds, I type as fast as I can in hopes I keep up with my characters. They have had me jotting on napkins, making notes while I'm waiting in a line, and waking me up in the middle of the night. The hard part is always the ending. My characters live with me and when I reach the end of the story, it is hard to say goodbye. Sometimes I let the story sit for a few days to make sure I'm okay with them leaving home to get published. Kind of like when you kids move out. LOL.

I enjoy my grandchildren, and the time I share with them. They make me smile with their antics. I like to quilt, crochet, knit and sew. Cooking and baking are occasional itches I scratch. The rest of the time, they are necessary evils. LOL.

My greatest support comes from my husband. He has been my sounding board for all my stories. My daughters are also a great support to me. I couldn't do it without my family.

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Reviewed by: Tiger


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