⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Review of Tiernan: A Dark Irish Mafia Romance – Dangerous Doms by Jane Henry

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5

Tiernan Hurston is now the enforcer of the McCarthy Clan. A young man that started out as a teen with a chip on his shoulder when he first arrived at the McCarthy compound, he has accepted his place in the Clan and family and is proud of his family. He has come a long way since we first met him as a young teen boy protecting his younger siblings and caring for them. He’s always been a caring man and he’s grown into the man he is. Now he wants what his brothers all have, a woman to love and care for.

Aisling was best friends with Tiernan’s younger sister, Fiona when they were growing up. Since Fiona has married Lachlan, they’ve had a falling out and are no longer in touch. When Aisling finds herself in a dangerous situation and needing help she’s not ready for the man that comes to her rescue, but he’s not letting go, nor is he going to let her stand on her own any longer, Tiernan will fight to protect Aisling and help her find her new self.

I love the McCarthy’s and Tiernan and Aisling’s story was just as good if not better that the others. These men always get what they want, and they may not take their partners in the traditional ways, but they take the ones that are definitely meant for them. Tiernan and Aisling need to figure out who’s out to get her and make sure that they don’t succeed. There’s more going on though than what the McCarthy’s can see. They will stand as one to protect anyone that is a friend to the family, and Aisling falls into that category, so she has an army behind her. I loved this story and give it a 5-star review and I cannot wait for Tully’s story to come out. These men are loyal, determined, Irish and very tempting. Their women are strong, loyal and keep them on their toes all the time. They don’t sit down and take orders easily from their men, but they do respect the Clan and their laws at all times.

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