Remember Me by Roisin Black #Review #OUAP @RoisinBlackAuth

Posted September 25, 2015 by Loredana 0 Comments

Remember Me by Roisin Black #Review #OUAP @RoisinBlackAuthRemember Me by Roisin Black
Published by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform on September 5, 2014
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Pages: 106
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four-stars

Flynn Murphy is head-turning handsome, mouth-wateringly sexy and incredibly rich. Hes also the new owner of Carra House, one of Irelands finest historical houses and the primary instrument of his revenge on those who have wronged him in the past.His wolf-like eyes hide a secret and the time has come to settle old scores and to ensure that those who barely remember him, will never be able to forget him again. But will his ruthless pursuit of vengeance for the past, cost him the chance of a future he never imagined possible.

Revenge served cold and calculated.┬á Flynn hasnÔÇÖt been home in a long time.┬á While heÔÇÖs been gone, he has reinvented himself.┬á That includes changing his name, his body, his bank account and social status.┬á No one back home will recognize him outside of his immediate family.┬á Now is the time to turn the tables and make right what was wronged so long ago by the Smith family.┬á Though he has changed, the Smiths certainly have not ÔÇô none of them.┬á It makes it all the easier to carry out his plan.

This book moves a bit slow, building it up to the grand reveal. When you find out about the slander and underhanded manners of the Smith family, you donÔÇÖt feel too bad about what Flynn has planned.┬á Buying Carra House is not only a strategic move, but a sentimental one, as well.┬á He will be able to restore fond memories for his mother and himself, erasing some of the nastiness invoked by the Smith patriarch.

Some of his revenge tactics are downright genius.┬á Remember the old adage, ÔÇ£Give them enough rope and theyÔÇÖll hang themselvesÔÇØ?┬á Keep that in mind when you read the scene in the restaurant and the panty exchange.┬á Bloody brilliant!

While I understand the driving force for Flynn to exact his revenge and even get a kick out of some of his methods, I keep thinking about how lonely he must be.  This path is not a warm and welcoming one.  The book closes out with the strong suggestion of a sequel, but is easily read as a standalone.  If there is a second book, it would be wonderful to watch Flynn come back from the dark side.

~ Review by Loredana

(Previously posted on TBE)

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