A ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Review of Tulley: A Dark Irish Mafia Romance (Dangerous Doms) by Jane Henry #TuesdayBookBlog

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5

Wow! I love Tulley. I thought I loved Lachlan and Tiernan’s stories, but Tulley blew my mind. He’s sexy, protective and a powerful member of The Clan. His distraction from McKenna could cost him his whole family if he doesn’t get control of it.

McKenna Sweeney is a sweet, quiet, shy teacher at St. Albert’s, the school that trains the boys that will join the Clan when the time is right. No one knows the dark, sexy side of McKenna though besides and Tulley and he wants to keep it that way.

They’ve had their ups and downs and this story will highlight some tough times for Tulley and McKenna as well as McKenna’s struggles to find her path in life, but Tulley or the Clan will not give up on her and they will help her find her way. When the Clan is attacked, McKenna finds a strength from within that she didn’t know existed. She struggles with the fight between her mind, her heart and past to overcome the issues she has to make a life with Tulley and move on in life. They both have fiery tempers, and they clash constantly, but that’s also what draws them to each other. There will be some dark times, but the sassiness of McKenna keeps Tulley on his toes and fighting for her the whole time. I loved this story and I love Tulley. The Clan will discover the true respect that the towns people of Ballyhock have for them in this story and tragedy will strike this loving, powerful family, but they will survive and find their strength within the family and town they reside. I give this story a 5-star review and wish that there was more of the McCarthy Clan. I have loved all of their books and hate to see the series end, but it was a great ride all along the way. If you like Mafia romance with dominating men, strong, sassy women, then you will love the McCarthy Clan books by Jane Henry.

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