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Review Opportunity: Juice by Michelle McLoughney

Michelle McLoughney
(The O’Malley’s #1)
Publication date: September 11th 2014
Genres: Adult, Romance


Rory O’Malley has a problem. Even though his sister Aoife’s double lung transplant was a success three years ago, she still feels enormous guilt that another person died in order for her to live. Rory uses his wealth and influence to find the donors family in an effort to show Aoife that they are at peace with their loved one’s decision.

Cassidy Evans is slowly moving her life forward after the tragic death of her twin brother Harry three years ago. She is also intent on building her reputation as an artistic consultant in London. When she lands her dream commission working for O’Malley Resorts, Cassidy has no choice but to take it; even if it brings her closer to the very cocky, very tall and very beautiful Rory O’Malley CEO.

Rory never intended to lie to Cassidy, then again he never intended to fall in love with either. Rory decides to keep Cassidy in the dark about his reasons for hiring her and the link their families share. But, secrets rarely stay hidden and very soon Rory must face the consequences of his deception. Can Cassidy forgive the worst betrayal she has ever known.

Oh what a tangled web we weave, when first we practice to deceive.



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Word count: 72k / Heat Level: 4
Content warning: Graphic language and scenes only suitable for those over 18 (incl. graphic sexual words and a female masturbation scene).  The book deals with the topic of organ donation which is portrayed using the sensitivity the subject matter deserves.

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