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The Not-So-Lucky Bridget O'Malley

By: Stevie MacFarlane
Published By: Blushing Press
Copyright: � Stevie MacFarlane and Blushing Books, 2013
18,000 words
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Author Stevie MacFarlane couldn't let St. Patrick's Day pass by without a a peek into what the O'Malley's were up to!

Clarice Winston isn't exactly crazy about her son's choice of bride. Bridget is pretty and smart, but hardly up for the demands of being a society wife and furthering her husband's career. In order to show Dell just how unsuitable Bridget is, Clarice invites them to a dance at the country club that happens to be on the same night as the yearly St. Patrick's Day bash at the pub owned by Bridget's brother and his wife.

No way is Bridget missing the family party, but after Dell applies an attitude adjustment, she goes along. Clarice even insists in buying Bridget's dress for the soiree and it's the ugliest dress in history. As soon as Clarice's chauffeur-driven car rounds the corner, Bridget is back in the shop, exchanging the dress for one guaranteed to make Mrs. Winston's friends sit up and take notice.

As the dress adventure continues, with negative consequences for both Bridget and her future mother-in-law, Bridget herself begins to wonder if Winston's mother may be right. Maybe she isn't the best choice of bride?
Bridget O�Malley plopped down on a bar stool at The Rose and Thistle and promptly jumped back off with a squeal. Her brother, Patrick, made no attempt to conceal his amusement as he took inventory of the liquor bottles behind the bar.

�Do you always laugh at the misfortunes of your customers?� Bridget asked tartly, standing at the bar. �Give me a beer.�

�Not all of them,� Patrick shot back smiling. �Only ones who are deserving of a little, ah what was it you called it? Oh yes, misfortune. I hardly see how a sore hind end can be classified as misfortune. Knowing Dell, I�m sure you earned it.�

�Just shut up, Pat, and give me a beer.�

�A �please� would be nice.�

�Do all your paying customers say please?� she asked sarcastically.

�No, are you paying?�

�Well, no but�just put it on my tab will you?�

Patrick laughed. �You don�t have a tab, Bridge - and if you did, you wouldn�t pay it anyway,� he told her putting a beer on a coaster in front of her. �What�s the trouble about anyway? You�ve been surprisingly well-behaved since you and Dell got engaged. I thought things were good between you two.�

�They are - or they were until a little while ago,� Bridget replied, after taking a big gulp of her drink.

�So what happened?� Patrick was genuinely concerned. He and his older brother Rory had put a lot of effort into this relationship, probably more than Bridget. They�d almost hand-picked Dell for their little sister. Frantic for her to settle down, at least a little bit, they spent hours talking to Dell and instructing him on the proper way to handle their headstrong, wild sister. No one in the family wanted Bridget to be unhappy, but they didn�t want her to self-destruct either. She needed love, certainly, but firm guidance and stability were essential. The quintessential free spirit, Bridget sailed through life in the moment without a care or concern for the future. Her personal motto was, �If it feels good, do it.� She loved everyone and assumed everyone loved her. Bridget had absolutely no sense of fear or restraint, and the entire O�Malley family had breathed a collective sigh of relief when Delbert Bertram Winston IV had somehow convinced her to marry him.

�We had an argument over St Patrick�s Day,� Bridget answered gloomily. �Apparently we have been invited to the St. Patrick�s Day Dinner Dance at the country club and Winston told his parents we were going.�

�So?�

�So, I told him there was no way in hell I was going to miss the St Patrick�s Day bash at the pub. I said I wasn�t spending one of the most important days of the year at his stuffy country club with a bunch of people who were so socially constipated they could barely fart!�

Patrick dropped the bar towel to the floor so he could bend down and have a second or two to recover. Biting the side of his cheek, he controlled his laughter not wanting to give his sister any encouragement. In all reality, she was probably right. Standing back up he noticed her flushed cheeks and flashing eyes. He could just imagine how angry and confrontational she had been with Dell.

�How did that go over?� Patrick asked, watching her blonde ponytail swinging behind her.

�He said I was being unreasonable, that my language was atrocious and that he hoped I would not feel the need to be vulgar at the dance. I said vulgar? You want to see vulgar? Look at this honking big ring on my finger; now that�s vulgar,� she continued, sticking out her tiny hand adorned with a four karat solitaire, surrounded by smaller stones.

�Oh Bridget,� Pat sighed. �I don�t think that was a good idea. Did he ask for his ring back?�

�No, and he wouldn�t take it when I tried to give it to him. He said I made a commitment to him and he was going to see that I kept it. I tell you Pat, I thought my head was going to explode, I was so pissed off. I don�t understand why his mother didn�t want me to keep the first ring he gave me. It was much smaller and prettier, but no, I have to wear this giant thing. I know it�s expensive and old, but I swear it�s so big it looks like it came out of a bubble gum machine.�

Patrick watched as Bridget picked up her beer and drained it before slamming it down on the bar. He refilled it without a word and waited for her to continue. Knowing Bridget, he figured what she�d told him so far was just the tip of the iceberg. Bridget might be small in stature, but her ego was monstrous.

�So was that the end of it?� Patrick asked after he served another customer.

�Hell no! He told me that for once in my life I was going to behave and do as I was told. I was starting to get a little nervous. Winston is really pretty strong, even for a geek, but I figured I was way faster than him. Turns out I�m not as fast as I thought. I finally just told him to kiss my Irish ass, and that I was not going to that damned dance, and there was nothing he could do about it. Turns out I was wrong about that too,� she finished, red-faced as she absently rubbed her bottom while sipping her beer.

�Look Bridge,� Patrick said gently as he walked around the bar and threw his heavy arm over her shoulder. �Maybe Dell�s not the man for you, after all. I really like him - we all do, but we thought you were in love with him. If you�re not��

�That�s what really sucks about the whole thing, Pat. I do love him, the shithead,� she admitted with a grimace. �I really just set out to seduce him,� she stated, giving her brother a jab with her elbow when she heard his hissed curse. �Oh, shut up, Pat; guys do it all the time. For some reason I was immediately attracted to the big geek. I figured we could have some fun, and he really did make me laugh. He took himself so seriously that I couldn�t resist bursting his bubble. He was like a huge piece of bubble wrap that you just can�t leave alone after you pop the first one,� Bridget grinned unashamedly. �And besides that, what are you doing taking my side when you just about gave him lessons on spanking me? What�s up with that?�

�I know, it doesn�t make sense to me either,� Patrick admitted walking back behind the bar. �I just want you to be happy Bridget, and safe and loved. If I thought for one second that Dell did not have your best interest at heart�if he ever disciplined you without love behind it, I�d punch his lights out myself.�

�Don�t worry about it, okay? He hasn�t spanked me since Christmas Eve, so I figure maybe he owes me a little. As much as it pains me to admit it, I do have my moments when I can be a little exasperating. Winston is really a gentle-natured man, but he has his limits. I just have to figure out where the line in the sand is and dance on this side of it.�

Patrick smiled. �Cheer up Bridget; maybe you can bring some of those old codgers to life at the dance. You can be very charming when you want to, Kid.�

�Thanks, Pat, for listening to me bitch, without judging me. I have to get moving. I�m meeting Mrs. Delbert Winston III for a shopping expedition. Apparently she doesn�t trust me not to embarrass them at their soiree, so she wants to help me find a dress. She�s paying of course, �Nothing is too good for Dell�s little fianc�,�� she mocked, flashing her ring.

�Have fun Kid: put a dent in her budget,� Patrick encouraged.

�Hell, I couldn�t put a dent in their budget if I insisted on a carriage drawn by six white horses. Wait till you see their house; I mean they have servants, for Christ�s sake,� she finished, giving a little repulsive shiver. �The place is like a museum,� she called over her shoulder as she headed to the door.

Bridget met Clarice Winston in front of Madame Jolene�s, accepted her air-kiss and followed her into the shop. Almost immediately they were escorted into a private room, but not before Bridget spotted an adorable emerald green corset dress on a mannequin that was just about her size. Short and sassy, the dress screamed her name as she docilely walked away.

After three hours of being pinched, poked, and measured, Bridget was about done. She had the wrong kind of undergarments, she needed to stand taller, and she might want to add a little padding under her breasts. No, that color wasn�t right for her; no that was the wrong style, and no that dress wouldn�t do at all.

Madame Jolene conferred with Clarice over every detail, never once asking Bridget what she preferred. They finally decided on a blush-pink, floor-length hooped gown that had bows and lace on every available inch of material. Bridget figured that if she had a staff and some sheep, she would look like Little Bo Peep.

After taking care of the financial arrangements, Clarice and Madame left the shop at the same time, Madame assuring her that she had been delighted to come in on her day off to take care of her personally.

Bridget trudged behind, the enormous dress bagged and over her arm. Clarice offered her a ride home in her car, but the driver barely waited for her to decline before shutting the door. The car was so large that it seemed to take six minutes to disappear from sight. Entering the shop, Bridget walked to the counter and flung the dress in front of the young clerk.

�I�ve changed my mind on this dress,� she told her sweetly. �What size is that emerald green dress on the mannequin?�

�It�s a size six,� the startled girl replied as she struggled to push the huge dress down and see Bridget over the top, �but I don�t think Madame will like this.�

�Do I look like I care what Madame will like?� Bridget asked, still being sweet.

�Well, no,� the girl replied, �But��

�What is your name?�

�Abby, Miss.�

�Abby, I would like for you to bag up that green dress, and I would like a pair of those matching stilettos in a size 7. I am returning the dress you have in front of you, as I have decided it�s not suitable for me. Now, do you work on commission Abby?�

�Yes miss.�

�Good, then we will get along just fine. That woman who just left here is Clarice Winston; do you know her?�

�I know of her. I�m never allowed to wait on her. Madame Jolene takes care of all her needs.�

�In a few short months, I will be marrying Mrs. Winston�s son,� Bridget told her waving her engagement ring. �Now, if you can arrange to bury that dress in the back somewhere and keep this transaction between us, I will personally request that in the future, you and you alone will wait on me when I come in the shop. I imagine there will many occasions where I will need your assistance.�

Abby glanced around the shop, making sure it was still empty, then pulled aside a curtain at the end of the counter and flung the dress into the opening.

�I think that will be very nice, Miss�?�

�Bridget O�Malley, for the time being - and Abby, if there is any trouble because of this, I will take full responsibility.�

�Thank you, I appreciate that Miss O�Malley. I plan to forget the entire transaction unless I am questioned about it. Let me get that dress for you. Do you want to try it on?�

�No, I�m sure it will fit,� Bridget answered with a grin. �Don�t forget the shoes.�

Walking out of the dress shop, Bridget immediately spotted Molly�s baby-blue Fiat parked at the curb. The door swung open and she climbed into the car, not at all surprised. Molly was Patrick�s wife, and she had well, gifts. Molly was a seer and it was not at all unusual for her to pop up in unexpected places.

�Are you sure this is a good idea, Bridget?� she asked, fixing Bridget with what she thought was a stern stare.

Bridget laughed. It was really hard for Molly to be tough. The girl was as light as sunshine with her fair hair and crystal-blue eyes. In all the time Bridget had known her, she had never heard her raise her voice; after all, how loud could an angel yell? Molly was that and more. Beautiful, kind and compassionate, Molly had a way about her that soothed the soul. How Patrick had ever been able to snag her, Bridget would never know.

�Let�s leave Patrick out of this,� Molly advised, pulling away from her parking space.

�Geeze Molly, just jump in my head anytime.�

�I�m trying to help you, Bridge. I know that dress was, well, ugly, but really did you have to have such a drastic change? I�m sure we could find something in that shop that would please both you and your future mother-in-law. Not to mention Dell - I�m not sure he�s going to take this very well.�

�Molly, I love you and I appreciate your watching out for me, but I am who I am, and if Winston wants to marry me, he�d better get used to the idea that I�m nothing like his mother and would never want to be. I don�t want to go to that stupid country club, and he knows it. Going to the pub for St. Patty�s Day isn�t just about getting my way - it�s who I am, and I want to be with my family on the holiday, not a bunch of dweebs. Besides, he�s the one who wants to get married; I just want to have hot monkey sex.�

�Come on Bridget, be fair. You love Dell and you know it. Don�t you want to get married?�

�Yes and no. I do love Winston. I think I fell in love with him the first time I met him. He was just so lame with his suit, briefcase and pocket protector. I just wanted to mess up his hair and plant red lipstick kisses all over his face,� Bridget laughed, shaking her golden head. �He would have had a coronary right there. I swear I never met a man so in need of a good fuck in my life. I wanted to grab that ridiculous black umbrella he carries, rain or shine, prod him into his office and have my wicked way with him.�

Molly turned her face away and tried not to smile. Sometimes it seemed to her that this youngest O�Malley had gotten the bad habits of each one that had come before her. Bridget had Rory�s temper, Patrick�s stubbornness, Maggie� pride and Colleen�s sneakiness. The language she used regularly was an education in itself. Molly just wished she had picked up a little self-preservation somewhere along the way. It didn�t bode well for a happy marriage if she and Dell couldn�t learn to compromise. Of course, Dell was a very practical and steady man. Maybe some of that would eventually rub off on Bridget, if he didn�t choke her first.

�So where are you going to hide that dress until St. Patrick�s Day? I assume you�re not taking it to Dell�s?� Molly asked, nodding at the packages in the back seat.

�No, better take me to Ma and Da�s. There�re a million good hiding places in that old house, and I know every one of them.
Martha on 09/11/2015 07:15am
Just keep sending more O'Malleys and I will keep buying. Great family stories and love.
Martha on 09/11/2015 07:15am
Just keep sending more O'Malleys and I will keep buying. Great family stories and love.
Barbara on 03/15/2015 12:53pm
The O'Mallley stories have all been fun and I enjoyed reading a little more about Bridget's exploits. Best if you've read the rest of the series first.
Barbara on 03/15/2015 12:53pm
The O'Mallley stories have all been fun and I enjoyed reading a little more about Bridget's exploits. Best if you've read the rest of the series first.
lana on 06/23/2014 02:34pm
I really love this series.. I couldn't wait to read this one after reading the first. Hopefully there will b more
lana on 06/23/2014 02:34pm
I really love this series.. I couldn't wait to read this one after reading the first. Hopefully there will b more
Denise on 06/09/2014 04:11pm
This is a great series, but the story was way too short. Bridget and Dell and two of my favorite characters and I liked the story line, but maybe this should have been put with another story to make it better. What Dell did was wonderful, and i am glad he likes her for her. Don't underestimate the geeky guys, instead of hanging out with their friends and drinking beer all the time, they are honing their seduction and bedroom skills. What woman doesn't want that.
Denise on 06/09/2014 04:11pm
This is a great series, but the story was way too short. Bridget and Dell and two of my favorite characters and I liked the story line, but maybe this should have been put with another story to make it better. What Dell did was wonderful, and i am glad he likes her for her. Don't underestimate the geeky guys, instead of hanging out with their friends and drinking beer all the time, they are honing their seduction and bedroom skills. What woman doesn't want that.
LJ on 03/28/2014 03:02pm
The O'Malley family is a family I wish I was a part of! I loved reading Bridget and Dell's story. It was great to read about the characters in the previous as well. The only disappointment is that fact that it is a lot shorter then the others.
LJ on 03/28/2014 03:02pm
The O'Malley family is a family I wish I was a part of! I loved reading Bridget and Dell's story. It was great to read about the characters in the previous as well. The only disappointment is that fact that it is a lot shorter then the others.
Merna on 03/24/2014 09:18pm
I absolutely love Dell in this story. The sample chapter leads you to think he is unfair to Bridget, but he is just perfect! When the story ended however, I was totally unprepared. I thought there would be more. I hope Ms. MacFarlane is still writing more about the O'Malley's.
Merna on 03/24/2014 09:18pm
I absolutely love Dell in this story. The sample chapter leads you to think he is unfair to Bridget, but he is just perfect! When the story ended however, I was totally unprepared. I thought there would be more. I hope Ms. MacFarlane is still writing more about the O'Malley's.
drb on 02/15/2014 01:43pm
Great sequel to The O'Malley Brides. Bridget and Dell are great characters that I very much enjoyed getting to know even better.
drb on 02/15/2014 01:43pm
Great sequel to The O'Malley Brides. Bridget and Dell are great characters that I very much enjoyed getting to know even better.
jeanped on 01/14/2014 01:39pm
Part 4 and counting!!!! Most times, as a saga continues, the stories are not as good as the first one. Ms. MacFarlane shows that this is not always the case... this book in the series is absolutely great, the way Dell blossoms from an almost 'nerd' to a dominant personality makes the story special. Add to the fact there are several laugh out loud moments that had people beside me looking at me strange. Keep them coming s. MacFarlane.
jeanped on 01/14/2014 01:39pm
Part 4 and counting!!!! Most times, as a saga continues, the stories are not as good as the first one. Ms. MacFarlane shows that this is not always the case... this book in the series is absolutely great, the way Dell blossoms from an almost 'nerd' to a dominant personality makes the story special. Add to the fact there are several laugh out loud moments that had people beside me looking at me strange. Keep them coming s. MacFarlane.
Rhonda on 12/27/2013 04:07pm
All the men in Bridget O'Malley's life have believed in spanking the woman in their lives bottoms. It turns out her fiancé Dell is no different. A short sequel to The O'Malley Brides I enjoyed the book and learning more about the O'Malleys.
Rhonda on 12/27/2013 04:07pm
All the men in Bridget O'Malley's life have believed in spanking the woman in their lives bottoms. It turns out her fianc̩ Dell is no different. A short sequel to The O'Malley Brides I enjoyed the book and learning more about the O'Malleys.
Silvia on 11/18/2013 04:43pm
I enjoyed reading more of Bridget and Dell's story. I did not give it five stars because it is a very short story and only contains one spanking scene.
Silvia on 11/18/2013 04:43pm
I enjoyed reading more of Bridget and Dell's story. I did not give it five stars because it is a very short story and only contains one spanking scene.
K on 09/28/2013 11:33am
I love the O'Malley series. This one was good but much too short.
K on 09/28/2013 11:33am
I love the O'Malley series. This one was good but much too short.
lovetoread1524 on 09/19/2013 10:18am
I love love love Bridget and Del. Almost as much as I love the O'Malley Family. This is a fun an d sexy book. That makes me want to rip off my husbands clothes,and do unspeakable things.
lovetoread1524 on 09/19/2013 10:18am
I love love love Bridget and Del. Almost as much as I love the O'Malley Family. This is a fun an d sexy book. That makes me want to rip off my husbands clothes,and do unspeakable things.
Stacy on 09/15/2013 05:06pm
I loved this story. It is a great sequel to the O' Malley clan. I really enjoyed it.
Stacy on 09/15/2013 05:06pm
I loved this story. It is a great sequel to the O' Malley clan. I really enjoyed it.
Connie on 06/30/2013 09:13pm
Bridget loves Winn to distraction, but she knows his mother disapproves of her. His mother tries to embarrass Bridget publicly and her plan backfires. Great story and really fun. Bridget with her rotten Irish temper and Winston cool and calm dealing with her
Connie on 06/30/2013 09:13pm
Bridget loves Winn to distraction, but she knows his mother disapproves of her. His mother tries to embarrass Bridget publicly and her plan backfires. Great story and really fun. Bridget with her rotten Irish temper and Winston cool and calm dealing with her
KatD on 06/15/2013 10:22pm
Really liked this series.......Good story line ...good characters but too short
KatD on 06/15/2013 10:22pm
Really liked this series.......Good story line ...good characters but too short
JC on 06/02/2013 02:18pm
Another great book by this author. It is shorter than the others but very well written and enjoyable.
JC on 06/02/2013 02:18pm
Another great book by this author. It is shorter than the others but very well written and enjoyable.
La Louise on 05/17/2013 10:03am
I read all the other books dealing with the O'Malleys and really enjoyed them. So did I with this one. But the plot could have been developed a lot more, that's why I don't give it five stars. The price is too expensive for such a short story compared to the other books in the series.
La Louise on 05/17/2013 10:03am
I read all the other books dealing with the O'Malleys and really enjoyed them. So did I with this one. But the plot could have been developed a lot more, that's why I don't give it five stars. The price is too expensive for such a short story compared to the other books in the series.
diane on 05/11/2013 10:32pm
Like it:)
diane on 05/11/2013 10:32pm
Like it:)
Arleen on 05/11/2013 01:43pm
This was a story about domestic discipline at it's best. It is well written and has realistic humor. It is all done with lots of affection and love. I will be looking forward to more stories by this author. She holds your attention from being to end.
Arleen on 05/11/2013 01:43pm
This was a story about domestic discipline at it's best. It is well written and has realistic humor. It is all done with lots of affection and love. I will be looking forward to more stories by this author. She holds your attention from being to end.
Adele on 04/20/2013 05:13pm
As the three books before, i lived this book.The warmth of this family makes me want to be part of it. I almost cryed when Bridger was going to do something stupid (don't want to give anything away) I fear this may be the last in this series, but i hope not. You could do backstories on Noah and Colleen as well ae Patrick and Molly, please.
Adele on 04/20/2013 05:13pm
As the three books before, i lived this book.The warmth of this family makes me want to be part of it. I almost cryed when Bridger was going to do something stupid (don't want to give anything away) I fear this may be the last in this series, but i hope not. You could do backstories on Noah and Colleen as well ae Patrick and Molly, please.
Patty on 04/09/2013 12:42pm
Once again, Stevie MacFarlane gives us a great ride with with the O'Malley family. Bridget's character comes to life, and she is quite the character -- witty, funny and sexy. You won't be disappointed; even though the book is shorter than the others, there is a lot packed into it. [Note to Jaycee: the author does not set the price.]
Patty on 04/09/2013 12:42pm
Once again, Stevie MacFarlane gives us a great ride with with the O'Malley family. Bridget's character comes to life, and she is quite the character -- witty, funny and sexy. You won't be disappointed; even though the book is shorter than the others, there is a lot packed into it. [Note to Jaycee: the author does not set the price.]
JK on 04/07/2013 04:15pm
Another GREAT addition to the O'Malley stories! I have loved them all, but Bridget was always my favorite. And she does indeed make a very fun heroine!! All of her antics to get her man to take notice!! So much fun to read about!!
JK on 04/07/2013 04:15pm
Another GREAT addition to the O'Malley stories! I have loved them all, but Bridget was always my favorite. And she does indeed make a very fun heroine!! All of her antics to get her man to take notice!! So much fun to read about!!
KArc on 04/05/2013 11:22pm
This is my favorite of the O'Malley Series. The O'Malley family will always respect you, support you, love you and if you happen to be of the female persuasion, spank you. They love with a fierceness that is astounding and breathtaking. Bridget, being an O'Malley is done with dominant men. When she meets Delbert Bertram Winston IV she is sure he is too stuffy and geeky to be a spanker. Not only does he surprise her there but she also discovers that he's not stuffy and geeky in the bedroom either. As a matter of fact he admits to occasionally being a sexual freak. Bridget and Dell are a beautiful couple and I hope I get to read more about their family as this series just keeps getting better and better.
KArc on 04/05/2013 11:22pm
This is my favorite of the O'Malley Series. The O'Malley family will always respect you, support you, love you and if you happen to be of the female persuasion, spank you. They love with a fierceness that is astounding and breathtaking. Bridget, being an O'Malley is done with dominant men. When she meets Delbert Bertram Winston IV she is sure he is too stuffy and geeky to be a spanker. Not only does he surprise her there but she also discovers that he's not stuffy and geeky in the bedroom either. As a matter of fact he admits to occasionally being a sexual freak. Bridget and Dell are a beautiful couple and I hope I get to read more about their family as this series just keeps getting better and better.
Linda on 04/01/2013 07:48pm
I really loved this book, Stevie MacFarlane did not disappoint with this book. Bridget and Dell are just adorable and the whole family is a pleasure to read about. I can't wait for the next book.
Linda on 04/01/2013 07:48pm
I really loved this book, Stevie MacFarlane did not disappoint with this book. Bridget and Dell are just adorable and the whole family is a pleasure to read about. I can't wait for the next book.
Jaycee on 04/01/2013 02:09pm
I was very excited to see this story, as I have loved all of McFarlane's tales about the O'Malleys. And I especially liked Bridget and Drew from the last book! This was a fun, light read showcasing their still new relationship. I was a bit upset with Dell at first, as he was rather high-handed, but he came around later! Although I enjoyed seeing these friends again, I was disappointed with the brevity of the story. It was almost a third the size of her other stories, yet the price was still rather high IMO. It would be wonderful to have a long, summer story with the O'Malley's!
Jaycee on 04/01/2013 02:09pm
I was very excited to see this story, as I have loved all of McFarlane's tales about the O'Malleys. And I especially liked Bridget and Drew from the last book! This was a fun, light read showcasing their still new relationship. I was a bit upset with Dell at first, as he was rather high-handed, but he came around later! Although I enjoyed seeing these friends again, I was disappointed with the brevity of the story. It was almost a third the size of her other stories, yet the price was still rather high IMO. It would be wonderful to have a long, summer story with the O'Malley's!
angelia on 03/24/2013 12:20pm
Loved it loved must read awesome story filled every page with romance and lots of action
angelia on 03/24/2013 12:20pm
Loved it loved must read awesome story filled every page with romance and lots of action
Evelyn on 03/19/2013 12:22am
This is a great series and this addition does not disappoint in any way. Love this family and all the trouble that abounds whenever they get near each other. Hopefully we will see more of them soon.
Evelyn on 03/19/2013 12:22am
This is a great series and this addition does not disappoint in any way. Love this family and all the trouble that abounds whenever they get near each other. Hopefully we will see more of them soon.
Alicia on 03/18/2013 09:15am
The O'Malleys family isd always great fun to read about as you see old characters as well as new ones. Thione is no different and is a really good addition to the series. Hopefully we haven't seen the last of this family.
Alicia on 03/18/2013 09:15am
The O'Malleys family isd always great fun to read about as you see old characters as well as new ones. Thione is no different and is a really good addition to the series. Hopefully we haven't seen the last of this family.
SH on 03/17/2013 08:07pm
I have read and loved all of the books with the O'Malleys and this was no exception. Great read and I hope there will be another!
SH on 03/17/2013 08:07pm
I have read and loved all of the books with the O'Malleys and this was no exception. Great read and I hope there will be another!

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