My ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Review of Carson: A Dark Irish Mafia Romance (Dangerous Doms) by Jane Henry

Carson

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5

Carson Flynn is a smart man that doesn’t look anything like a member of the Clan. He is a single father, raising his little girl on his own since his girlfriend died in a car accident. He is the accountant for the Clan, but he is so much more, and no one would know it by looking at him.

Megan is the cousin to the McCarthy Clan and is protected by family. She was raised with them and knows they have their way of life, but it’s not in her face and she can deny it mentally because of that. She has a weakness for single fathers and when she sees Carson with his daughter, Breena, she knows that she has lost herself to that weakness.

Carson and Megan have been around each other for years, but it’s almost as if neither one of them has noticed the other until now. Carson has always been a quiet, reserved man but now another side of him has surfaced and there is only member of the Clan that knows what’s going on with Carson and what he is up to. His dark side has surfaced, and he needs to keep Megan protected and safe from the O’Gregor Clan. He’s trying to figure out what happened to his girlfriend, Eve.

I love this series and I believe Carson is probably my favorite so far. Carson is dark and broody, smart and sexy! If you like books with dark, broody, smart, sexy men, then you will love Carson. The McCarthy Clan men are dangerous, dark, and loyal to the Clan. I give this story a 5-star review and highly recommend it to readers. There will be family secrets revealed. The women of the McCarthy Clan are strong, sassy, and keep their men on their toes all the time. I love the women as much as the men in this series. I cannot wait for Lachlan’s story.

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