On Dublin Street Series Reread

On Dublin Street (On Dublin Street, #1)On Dublin Street by Samantha Young
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I enjoyed revisiting this old friend and had forgotten how dramatic and emotional the story is. It’s also funny, at times, with a constant ebb and flow of clashing and then coming back together.

It’s a great example of how people deserve to be loved wherever they are in dealing with trauma, grief, and recovery. The important thing isn’t to have all your shit together first. What’s important is having the right partner who understands and helps you grow.

PREVIOUS REVIEW:
So this book won the New Adult award in Audible’s March Ab-Ness challenge to find the Best Book Boyfriend in different categories. I persuaded a friend to read it first, since I’ve been busy. Her high level of obsession made it clear I had to read it sooner, rather than later.

This story is equal parts amusing and scorching. The love interests butt heads a lot, which means there’s tons of banter and bickering, which I appreciated. There are also some real issues that have to be dealt with, and the patient persistence of the male lead is what makes him a perfect Book Boyfriend.

I recommend this one to all avid and part-time romance readers, as well as those who can’t turn away from relationship status negotiations and/or a sexy Scottish burr.


Until Fountain Bridge (On Dublin Street, #1.5)Until Fountain Bridge by Samantha Young
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

These two are so sweet and misguided. Who doesn’t love that?

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If you loved Ellie and/or Adam in book one, and you want a few more details on their backstory, then this is for you. Obviously, you know the general end result, if you read book one, but this traces Ellie back to age 14. Since she’s just so darned adorable, I thought this was interesting and adorable. If you want something new or that moves the full world forward though, then this won’t be for you. It’s more like a trip down memory lane.


Down London Road (On Dublin Street, #2)Down London Road by Samantha Young
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I still get pretty damned mad at Cam in book 2, as his judgmental behavior is continually hurtful, so it’s a good thing he is so honestly apologetic and redeemable as a human. He just leads with his emotions first, which has a tendency to be ugly at times.

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Book two took me just a bit longer to warm up to than book one, but I ended up adoring this story and these characters. You also get to see a good amount of the main couple from book one, as well, which is fun.

It was nice to see such a good relationship between a sister and a brother in this one.


Before Jamaica Lane (On Dublin Street, #3)Before Jamaica Lane by Samantha Young
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

One of the best, if not the best book, in this series. It’s perfection. I adore this story. It makes me laugh and almost cry. It’s sexy as sin. I can’t get enough. In the future, I would reread this one on its own, even without rereading the whole series.

PREVIOUS REVIEW:
This one is so much adorable goodness. Yum.


Castle Hill (On Dublin Street, #3.5)Castle Hill by Samantha Young
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I feel the same as before with this one. It isn’t necessary, but I enjoy little bits of extra time with the characters in this world. The end is better than the beginning.

PREVIOUS REVIEW:
This one isn’t exactly necessary, but if you love Braden and Jocelyn, then you’ll want to read it. Because fun.


Fall from India Place (On Dublin Street, #4)Fall from India Place by Samantha Young
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I stayed up way too late rereading this one, because it’s compulsive. I couldn’t put it down.

PREVIOUS REVIEW:
I’ve been waiting for Hannah’s story for a long time. However, I actually expected her to end up with someone else, so I was initially a bit upset when I realized that wasn’t going to happen. That being said, I’m glad she didn’t end up with who I thought, as this story was delicious.

Every time I read a new book by Samantha Young, I think that one might be my favorite. She has so many excellent stories about such interesting characters.


Echoes of Scotland Street (On Dublin Street, #5)Echoes of Scotland Street by Samantha Young
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Oh, to have a Cole Walker. They just don’t make them like that anymore. Le sigh.

PREVIOUS REVIEW:
I’m a broken record with this series. I love Cole’s story so much. It’s fantastic.


Moonlight on Nightingale Way (On Dublin Street, #6)Moonlight on Nightingale Way by Samantha Young
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Love the journey, the teenager, and the time with all the other couples.

PREVIOUS REVIEW:
I’m an addict. Logan’s story enchanted me, and I adore Grace. There’s a lot of sad backstory here, but it adds such depth.

I loved the added element of family in this one, and I also liked how we revisited each of the couples by the end.


One King's Way (On Dublin Street, #6.5)One King’s Way by Samantha Young
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Wish it was longer, so it had more depth and the other fav side characters could have been included more. But overall, I still enjoyed it. Reminds me to be self-aware and wait for the things I most need in a relationship.

PREVIOUS REVIEW:
Since Craig always amused me, I enjoyed his story. Also, I liked that Rain was aware of her issues and stood up for what she needed in a relationship.


On Hart’s Boardwalk (On Dublin Street, #6.7; Hart's Boardwalk, #2.5)On Hart’s Boardwalk by Samantha Young
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This was my favorite couple of the series, so I enjoyed revisiting them, even if it wasn’t necessarily under the best circumstances.

PREVIOUS REVIEW:
I love Olivia and Nate. This stressed me out, but I did really enjoy it.

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