Book Review: Under Your Skin


Norah O’Malley has way too much on her plate to even consider romance. Being home for the first time in ten years—single and pregnant—is more than enough. Too bad her heart has other ideas when she first lays eyes on her brother’s tattooed, grumpy, and entirely too sexy boss...

Kai Ellis knows that no one (least of all him) gets a fairy tale, happily ever after ending in 
this life. But Norah, the woman who lights up a room like sunshine, hasn’t learned that lesson yet. So, he has no business thinking about her in any kind of romantic capacity. He is, though...

But all the chemistry in the world won’t help Norah with the hard decisions she needs to make—or help her prove to Kai that happy endings really 
can happen. When it matters most, will Kai put his faith in in Norah—and in love? Or will they go their separate ways forever?

Under Your Skin, book 1 in The O’Malley Family series, is a steamy, lightly angsty, grumpy/sunshine, opposites attract contemporary romance full of big, Irish families, even bigger emotions, and a guaranteed happily ever after. Download today and welcome to the O’Malleys’ neighborhood!

My Review

This book is my first introduction to author, Shannyn Schroeder. I am happy to report that after reading this book I will be checking out more books by Shannyn. Additionally, this book had humor to it. Looking for your next grumpy/sunshine romance then you need to pick up a copy of Under Your Skin.

Norah and Kai could not be more complete opposites. Luckily for them as the saying goes...opposites attract. I will say that in the beginning, I was not such a fan of Kai. He definitely took the role of "grumpy" seriously. Although, his sour attitude did not last long and after that I did warm up to him.

The chemistry between Norah and Kai was a slow burn. Which I was here for it. You know what happens something grows; it grows to the point that it explodes. That is Norah and Kai and their chemistry. I look forward to reading Sean's story next.


Mystica said…
A light hearted romancewith a sexy boss is verd necessary between the heavier stuff

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