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Librarian's Note: Alternate-cover edition for ASIN B01CYT8S3K When my sister is diagnosed with a rare form of leukemia, there’s only one way to raise the half a million dollars I need to save her: use my skills with plants to grow marijuana. But I’m a botany geek, not a drug lord. I need help. I need the scariest guy on the block: Sean O’Harra, the muscled, sledge hammer-wi Librarian's Note: Alternate-cover edition for ASIN B01CYT8S3K When my sister is diagnosed with a rare form of leukemia, there’s only one way to raise the half a million dollars I need to save her: use my skills with plants to grow marijuana. But I’m a botany geek, not a drug lord. I need help. I need the scariest guy on the block: Sean O’Harra, the muscled, sledge hammer-wielding badass even the dealers fear. He says that he destroys everything he touches...so why can’t I stop thinking about his big hands all over my body? As the summer heat rises, I’ll have to juggle my normal life and my new life as a criminal while cops, dealers and gangs threaten us on all sides...but the hardest thing of all might be keeping Sean and me apart. I’m a good girl...but I think he’s about to turn me really, really bad.


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Librarian's Note: Alternate-cover edition for ASIN B01CYT8S3K When my sister is diagnosed with a rare form of leukemia, there’s only one way to raise the half a million dollars I need to save her: use my skills with plants to grow marijuana. But I’m a botany geek, not a drug lord. I need help. I need the scariest guy on the block: Sean O’Harra, the muscled, sledge hammer-wi Librarian's Note: Alternate-cover edition for ASIN B01CYT8S3K When my sister is diagnosed with a rare form of leukemia, there’s only one way to raise the half a million dollars I need to save her: use my skills with plants to grow marijuana. But I’m a botany geek, not a drug lord. I need help. I need the scariest guy on the block: Sean O’Harra, the muscled, sledge hammer-wielding badass even the dealers fear. He says that he destroys everything he touches...so why can’t I stop thinking about his big hands all over my body? As the summer heat rises, I’ll have to juggle my normal life and my new life as a criminal while cops, dealers and gangs threaten us on all sides...but the hardest thing of all might be keeping Sean and me apart. I’m a good girl...but I think he’s about to turn me really, really bad.

30 review for Growing and Kissing

  1. 4 out of 5

    Kristiej

    4.5 Not quite sure what happened here. The title of the book I read was Bad for Me but the title here is Growing and Kissing. Not to matter they are both the same book and the hero in this one is Sean O’Harra. He is Irish muscle for hire. You want someone scared? You have Sean do it. He’s terror with a hammer and scares the bejeebers out of anyone he goes after. The heroine in this book is Louise. She’s kind of a plant geek who is taking care of her sister. When she gets devastating news about her 4.5 Not quite sure what happened here. The title of the book I read was Bad for Me but the title here is Growing and Kissing. Not to matter they are both the same book and the hero in this one is Sean O’Harra. He is Irish muscle for hire. You want someone scared? You have Sean do it. He’s terror with a hammer and scares the bejeebers out of anyone he goes after. The heroine in this book is Louise. She’s kind of a plant geek who is taking care of her sister. When she gets devastating news about her sister’s health, she needs a huge amount of cash – fast. She comes up with the idea of growing and selling weed to get it. She knows it’s illegal and normally she wouldn’t even dream of doing something like this but she’s desperate and since she knows a lot about growing plants, she knows she can grow a good crop. But what she doesn’t know anything about is the criminality part and for this she goes to known bad guy Sean. Sean is horrified with the idea. He has a very low view of himself and doesn’t think he belongs in the same world as Louise in fear he will sully her somehow. But eventually he gives in as he can see Louise is going to go ahead with her plan anyway and at least if he helps, he can keep her safe. As with the first two books, I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I like the ‘opposite attracts’ kind of theme. I love big, bad, tough Sean who is just a puddle of ooey gooey when it comes to Louise. He’s fiercely protective of her, a trait all the brother share and he will risk anything to keep her save, yet try and keep her at arms distance at the same time as he’s not good enough for this ‘good’ woman. Louise is just as great a character as Sean. She doesn’t see him at all the way he sees himself. She really sees him as hero material and is incredibly attracted to him and goes after him as hard as a rather sweet, geeky girl in lust going after the guy. And I also love the growing relationship between Sean and her young sister who sees Sean as a great older brother sort. I enjoyed this one so much I simply had to keep going right on to the next one on my list.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Anja H.

    *3 ENFORCER STARS* I liked the premise and the characters, I just wish the author would've done more with it. I felt like the "suspense" aspect was pretty tame. *3 ENFORCER STARS* I liked the premise and the characters, I just wish the author would've done more with it. I felt like the "suspense" aspect was pretty tame.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Stacey Kym

    ARC kindly provided by Helena Newbury in exchange for an honest review. Review ‘Growing and Kissing’ is the sixth? seventh? or eighth? novel in the unofficial 'Kissing' series which she has recently been writing. As always, she amazes me with the high standard quality of work, time and time again. I've loved the passion, the zest for life and the hardships that have filled her novels so far and I genuinely couldn't wait to launch into this newest instalment. This is the novel where we re ARC kindly provided by Helena Newbury in exchange for an honest review. Review ‘Growing and Kissing’ is the sixth? seventh? or eighth? novel in the unofficial 'Kissing' series which she has recently been writing. As always, she amazes me with the high standard quality of work, time and time again. I've loved the passion, the zest for life and the hardships that have filled her novels so far and I genuinely couldn't wait to launch into this newest instalment. This is the novel where we readers learn about some of the relatives that belong to the characters from the other novels. If you're interested in 'Growing and Kissing', have no fear and pick it up. It can be read as a standalone but if you want to get more out of this series I'd recommend hopping over to Helena Newbury's Goodreads page and looking through all her titles that have the word "kissing" in them. You WILL NOT be disappointed! The novel is written in first person and is completely narrated by the two perspectives of our main leads, Sean and Louise. It follows the same alternating chapter pattern that Helena utilises in her previous novels and one I’m entirely familiar with. I enjoy the fact that, I as a reader, can see extremely well into the depth of the main characters but, to be honest, it is becoming overused. Louise is like most of Helena's female protagonists: resilient, feminine and completely natural. And like most, a tragedy had befallen her which she is now trying to escape or/and remedy. However, despite the cliché, I still manage to genuinely like the female leads because of their shared vulnerability to the harsh world we live in. And that despite the fact that they have been beaten down, trampled upon and chewed out, they still let themselves be open to the world in some way. And THIS is what makes them so REAL, TANGIBLE AND SPECIAL. Sean is our cobalt eyed Irishman with a hunky body that induces fear from the males and swoons from the females. I loved reading about him not ONLY because of his attractiveness – which was SIZZLING – and his strength – BEYOND compare – but because he had a real history which he wore around himself like a cloak. It was mysterious, very enigmatic, and it made me curious and interested as to where the story would lead us. And I couldn't wait to reach the end. The chemistry Sean and Louise shared was so hot it was SEARING! Not to mention those scenes! Whew! I mean were they hot or what? Seriously, I you're looking for something soul-tuggingly and heart-wrenchingly beautiful yet steamy AS HELL, then you should really pick up one of these novels. You WILL NOT regret it! As always, the authoress had penned the novel in such a way that it sparked and pulsed with the depth and strength of those emotions. I loved the myriad she had incorporated into the plot and how they really amplified every single action, thought or word spoken by the characters. The plot was well thought through and I loved the tension and anticipation the authoress built up with every drama that happened. It compelled me to keep reading, to keep turning that page and finding out what happened next. It was full of hidden surprises and so far, Helena Newbury's stories have never gotten old for me. It was a journey that I enjoyed immensely as the plot unravelled and brought new depths to the book out into the open. Grammar was very well done and I only spotted one of those pesky spelling or typing mistakes that usually pop out every now and again in ARCs. The prose was great and the dialogue had a purpose to it that I loved. The ending was beautiful. Full of turmoil and hope found at the last second, it really was a nerve wracking conclusion to the turbulent, sexy journey that I travelled on. It was such a satisfying ending that I got little goose-bumps on my skin when I finished it. I loved this novel! Congratulations to Helena Newbury on publishing another passionately epic novel! Rating Plan 1 star : Strongly did not like the book, writing and plot was bad. Idea of the book was against my liking. 2 star : Didn't like it, didn't find it interesting or gripping. Seemed to drag on to me. 3 star : An average book. Wasn't bad or good. Everything else was well done. Original idea. 4 star : Like a 3 star but has potential to it as a series or the book grew on me as it progressed and certain scenes captured me. I Enjoyed it and read it in one sitting. 5 star : I LOVED IT! I stayed up late until 3 am. Author is a genius, characters, plot, idea, development, EVERYTHING was EXCELLENT. Nothing else can possibly be said except that its 5 STAR!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Isa Jones (Jo&Isalovebooks Blog)

    ONE DAY... That is all it took me to finish this book. I couldn't put it down. But then this is Helena Newbury we are talking about and all her stories always have me on the edge of my seat reading like there is no tomorrow. The suspense is such you can't leave the book for long, the plot urges you to read on. It was like a mixture of Breaking Bad meets True Romance!! In this book we are introduced to Louise and Sean, they couldn't be more opposite than water and oil, the only thing they have in c ONE DAY... That is all it took me to finish this book. I couldn't put it down. But then this is Helena Newbury we are talking about and all her stories always have me on the edge of my seat reading like there is no tomorrow. The suspense is such you can't leave the book for long, the plot urges you to read on. It was like a mixture of Breaking Bad meets True Romance!! In this book we are introduced to Louise and Sean, they couldn't be more opposite than water and oil, the only thing they have in common is where they live. Sean is the type of guy who is feared by many, his rough exterior and mean demeanour has giving him a certain reputation and he is content with that arrangement, this way he doesn't have to interact with anyone and he doesn't get close or invested in other people's lives. He has seen Louise in passing and as attractive as he finds her, she is not like the girls he usually brings home, she is all what he isn't; Smart, Kind, Innocent and a Law abiding citizen of the community making her not only impossible to be with but unattainable also . Slowly their encounters become more frequent setting the stage for some steamy daydreaming sequences. Unfortunately Louise receives some very sad news and her life faces a drastic conundrum. After the death of her parents, Louise has become the sole caretaker and provider to her sister, they only have each other. Their situation is precarious to say the least but they remain positive regardless of the dire conditions in which they live in, they can face everything, or so they thought. One day all that changes and Louise finds herself between a rock and hard place. She must change all that she is in order to save her sister. She must forget about what is good and legal and embark on the riskiest journey of her life. There is only one problem, she doesn't know how to be bad, so she must seek help in the only person she knows to offer her all that, Sean. SO MUCH EASIER SAID THAN DONE! Oh boy are these two prepared to face each other. I have never been so curious in my entire life!; Wont they, will they, this is it, maybe not, the chemistry and temperature was off the charts, you can feel the tension and this is a book don't forget, the ability to get the reader to this nail biting point is due to the incredible writing ability by Ms Newbury. The story reaches a suspenseful climax, deemed of a Patterson or Fleming novel. I've been privileged to have read the other books in the series and this one was another 5 star read. With a very exciting plot and with every element you seek in a contemporary steamy romance novel, Growing and Kissing will certainly be one of the biggest books we will see in 2016!. 5 ADDICTIVE STARS. Isalovesbooks

  5. 5 out of 5

    CeCe

    DNF at 56%. The story lost me. I lost interest. I am not sure what it was, but I found my skimming more than reading. The chapters would say "one month", "two months". Nothing happened. It honestly got boring. The MCs would just dream or there would be A LOT of inner dialogue about they wished would happen. The switch in POVs happened too quickly. I found myself disconnecting. It would have been better to stick to one POV. This may work for you. This is my opinion. DNF at 56%. The story lost me. I lost interest. I am not sure what it was, but I found my skimming more than reading. The chapters would say "one month", "two months". Nothing happened. It honestly got boring. The MCs would just dream or there would be A LOT of inner dialogue about they wished would happen. The switch in POVs happened too quickly. I found myself disconnecting. It would have been better to stick to one POV. This may work for you. This is my opinion.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Babel

    Helena Newbury is a voice to be reckoned with in bad boy romance. Not only is it powerful and intense, but also inventive with those amazingly hot plots. This premise hooked me instantly. Good, smart girl has to gain bad boy's help to save her sick sister. She's good with plants, he's good with a sledgehammer. And they are painfully attracted to each other. Isn't that fuel for naughty thoughts and rampant reading? Oh, yeah :-D The introduction to Irish beast Sean O'Harra penetrates the reader's mi Helena Newbury is a voice to be reckoned with in bad boy romance. Not only is it powerful and intense, but also inventive with those amazingly hot plots. This premise hooked me instantly. Good, smart girl has to gain bad boy's help to save her sick sister. She's good with plants, he's good with a sledgehammer. And they are painfully attracted to each other. Isn't that fuel for naughty thoughts and rampant reading? Oh, yeah :-D The introduction to Irish beast Sean O'Harra penetrates the reader's mind and envelopes it with sheer intensity. That elevator ride is one hell of a first glimpse into the combustible relationship that's coming up. I admit it. The raw, dark pain that comes from a loved one being close to death really got to me through the author's writing. It was hard, but also amazingly real. And there was that part of the story that counterbalanced the misery with a beautiful sisterly relationship, a relatable and strong heroine, and an imposing, lonely anti-hero who might be a criminal but also screams "love me 'cause we both need it". The coiled tension of their attraction and the heat between them is described in such a detailed way that it kept me mesmerised, and almost breathless from one scene to another. The characters were real and appealing to me. Sean is torn by his memories of pain, and he fears how his nearness might taint Louise. And she cannot explain why she shamefully wants to be taken by him with all the power in his body. That kind of build-up is quite overwhelming. The evolution of the story is so compelling too. On the one hand, there is Louise's unshakable faith in turning into a temporary-bad girl to save her sister's life, the huge sacrifices she makes. And on the other, we have the Irishman, so complex and deeply wounded, his unexpected origins made him difficult to approach at first but then so uniquely strong and loyal as well. This story is a neon-illuminated 5-star read to me. I had fun and smiled and teared up a little and squirmed at the scorching heat of this couple. Moreover, its real power lies in body-wrenching, heart-lurching, life-changing love. The kind Louise, Sean and her sister Kayley show, and the thrill that comes from this tight plot with drug dealers, crop-growing, doomed love and the reasons behind going rogue, all told with this intensely intimate writing style. It can't get any better than this in terms of thrilling plot, character development and bad-ass passion. Wow, this book! (On a side note, I'm not a fan of any covers that I've seen attached to this book, I think it deserves much better.)

  7. 4 out of 5

    Linda

    I received this ARC in exchange for an honest review and loved Louise and Sean story all though I was weepy at the end! Louise Willowby hated LA, she was a small city girl that loved the changing seasons. It may have been better if not for the freak accident that killed her parents and left her the sole custody of her fourteen year old sister. Parenting was hard since she had no experience and was just twenty-two, buy Kaley had no one, so she dropped out of college just short of a degree in bota I received this ARC in exchange for an honest review and loved Louise and Sean story all though I was weepy at the end! Louise Willowby hated LA, she was a small city girl that loved the changing seasons. It may have been better if not for the freak accident that killed her parents and left her the sole custody of her fourteen year old sister. Parenting was hard since she had no experience and was just twenty-two, buy Kaley had no one, so she dropped out of college just short of a degree in botany and got a cheap apartment in a gang infested area where Kaley could go to a better school. When Kaley was diagnosed with leukemia, Louise's world fell apart. They barely had money to pay the rent and eat from her part time job, so how could she get her sister to Switzerland where her treatment options were better? Sean O'Marra knew he was a creepy dude and everyone was afraid of him and his sledgehammer. Smashing and breaking things was all her knew and he didn't much care what others thought of him, he was a man paid in cash for something he loved to do until a fireball bumped into his chest while she got on the elevator. He had seen Louise and her sister around and knew they both were too good for this neighborhood so when Louise got the idea to grow weed and save her sister's life he turned her down, but the stupid girl had no clue that she could go to prison if she got caught nor who to sell the plants to! She was the brains and he could help her with his brawn.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Cheryl

    ARC received from author in exchange for an honest review. I do hate to be in the minority when it comes to rating a book but this particular series are all just variations on a theme: -Highly intelligent, innocent, girl comes into contact with huge, built, well hung, womanising, bad boy = instant mutual attraction (which they of course deny). -Girl makes some irritatingly stupid decisions and needs the assistance of said bad boy, which then leads to him getting into trouble with even badder guys ARC received from author in exchange for an honest review. I do hate to be in the minority when it comes to rating a book but this particular series are all just variations on a theme: -Highly intelligent, innocent, girl comes into contact with huge, built, well hung, womanising, bad boy = instant mutual attraction (which they of course deny). -Girl makes some irritatingly stupid decisions and needs the assistance of said bad boy, which then leads to him getting into trouble with even badder guys. -In the midst of all this trouble, they 'fall in love' have mind-blowing, life altering sex, girl saves her mans ass, they foil the baddies, decide to live life on the straight and narrow and everyone lives happily ever after. Puhlease..... Louise, the female lead was too annoying to be likeable and Sean was one dimensional. This was too far fetched and utterly unbelievable.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Colleen

    I voluntarily reviewed a complementary copy from the author with no obligation. Wow. This story had me sitting on the edge of my seat. One minute, I would think Louise and Sean had things under control, and then bam, the author threw in another gripping element to the story. I felt so bad for the two of them and was just rooting for things to go smoothly for once for them. The author had me experiencing a whole range of emotions, from nail biting to almost crying. Did not want the story to end.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Lisa Cairo

    💟💟💟💟💟 I'm in love with this series! All of the O'Harra brothers are to die! This story was so different then the others. I loved it. 💟💟💟💟💟 I'm in love with this series! All of the O'Harra brothers are to die! This story was so different then the others. I loved it.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Debbie

    If you are looking for this book, the name has been changed to Bad For Me on Amazon. I wasn’t able to find anything with the new name on Goodreads, however when I was on the Growing and Kissing page and clicked the Amazon link to purchase this book, it pulled up Bad For Me. The description for Bad For Me is the same as the description for Growing and Kissing. This is the second book in the O’Harra Brothers series. I liked Sean and hated that everyone automatically assumed the worst about him, Lo If you are looking for this book, the name has been changed to Bad For Me on Amazon. I wasn’t able to find anything with the new name on Goodreads, however when I was on the Growing and Kissing page and clicked the Amazon link to purchase this book, it pulled up Bad For Me. The description for Bad For Me is the same as the description for Growing and Kissing. This is the second book in the O’Harra Brothers series. I liked Sean and hated that everyone automatically assumed the worst about him, Louise included. He could definitely be brutal and his job was pretty rough, but given his past, he certainly acted the way he was taught. However there was a softness to him that he only showed to Louise, a gentle giant kindness that I adored. I have to give credit to Louise. When her parents were killed, she stepped up to take care of her younger sister, Kayley, and was not bitter or resentful about it at all. I think Louise was only twenty-two and her sister fourteen. Once Kayley gets sick, Louise is determined to do whatever is necessary to get the money for the experimental treatment that could save her sister. Even break the law. While I liked the tension and I enjoyed watching Sean and Louise fight their attraction towards each other, I was seriously ready for these two to finally go at it. I mean there were pages and pages of each of them daydreaming about how much they wanted the other person. I started skimming these paragraphs and was thrilled when they finally gave in. Additionally, I got a little annoyed with Louise and her constant opinions/thoughts about Sean being a criminal and her being a “good girl”. She was breaking the law too. Yeah, it was completely out of character for her, but give the guy a break. He went out of his way to help her and keep her safe. Louise needed to have a little more faith in Sean like he did her. I had to stretch my imagination a little there towards the end in order to accept how everything worked out, but I liked how it ended and I am going to continue with this series in hopes of the brothers all coming together again at some point.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Pasha Koprivica

    Breaking Bad meets Weeds meets Wreck-it Ralph, only better 3 for 3. This is my 3rd Helena book and the 3rd that I've absolutely loved. I love how there's not a single boring moment in her writing. I mean from the very first paragraph she has you riveted. All of her books are action packed adventures ready for the Big Screen. As a bonus they are full of sexy steam while simultaneously showering you with sweetness. It astounds me that for such outlandish adventures, still Helena manages to make the Breaking Bad meets Weeds meets Wreck-it Ralph, only better 3 for 3. This is my 3rd Helena book and the 3rd that I've absolutely loved. I love how there's not a single boring moment in her writing. I mean from the very first paragraph she has you riveted. All of her books are action packed adventures ready for the Big Screen. As a bonus they are full of sexy steam while simultaneously showering you with sweetness. It astounds me that for such outlandish adventures, still Helena manages to make them utterly believable. Her world and characters are fully developed. Her action scenes are visceral. Her dialogue flows perfectly. As if that's not enough her emotional connection is 100% palpable. I'm impressed. I read a lot, about a book a day to be precise. It's not easy to impress me when I've read it all. So, Kudos Helena Newbury. You have found a new die-hard fan. Now onto my 4th Newbury book.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Shelly Davis

    Sean is a bad ass enforcer who criminals go to in order to scare people, Louise is a good girl, in charge of raising her sister after her parents' death. When Louise's sister is diagnosed with Leukemia, there's only one thing she can do to save her, and her surly neighbor Sean is the only one who can help her. My only complaint in regard to this series is that the four books are incredibly similar. You're dealing with four brothers so similar personalities are natural, however their four women i Sean is a bad ass enforcer who criminals go to in order to scare people, Louise is a good girl, in charge of raising her sister after her parents' death. When Louise's sister is diagnosed with Leukemia, there's only one thing she can do to save her, and her surly neighbor Sean is the only one who can help her. My only complaint in regard to this series is that the four books are incredibly similar. You're dealing with four brothers so similar personalities are natural, however their four women i'll have green eyes, and to have dark brown/black hair and to have red hair. The storylines follow a very similar track, but it is not a bad track. I love these books. I read all four in four days. And now I've found the book she wrote and posted on her page that brings the O'Herra brothers together. Can't wait to see what happens. I recommend this book and the series.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Tiffany

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I definitely feel like this book was better because it didn’t have a martyr complex like “Outlaw’s Promise” and “Punching and Kissing.” I will say that the second half of this book was much better than the first half. When starting this book I didn’t feel any chemistry between Sean and Louise. I still don’t in some ways but they balance each other out. I appreciate getting more characters in the book. From the drug lords to Louise’s sister. I feel bad that Stacey was kind of a filler character w I definitely feel like this book was better because it didn’t have a martyr complex like “Outlaw’s Promise” and “Punching and Kissing.” I will say that the second half of this book was much better than the first half. When starting this book I didn’t feel any chemistry between Sean and Louise. I still don’t in some ways but they balance each other out. I appreciate getting more characters in the book. From the drug lords to Louise’s sister. I feel bad that Stacey was kind of a filler character when reading it because she was useful to be there for Kayley, Louise’s sister, when Louise wasn’t free. I appreciated reading about the extremities of circumstances when faced with saving a loved one. However, I think that this book, lands as my least favorite in the series.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Susan Pugh

    Had For Me Sean O,Harra is a bad boy enforcer, known by all as The Irish. Louise lives with her 14 yr old sister. Until their parents died she was at college, she loved plants and everything to do with growing them. She was doing a botany degree and had plans to do a Phd in intensive growing so she could feed the world. Now she worked in a garden centre so she could feed her sister. Then Kayley got sick, needing expensive treatment sick. If she didn't find $500'000 for the treatment....... She ha Had For Me Sean O,Harra is a bad boy enforcer, known by all as The Irish. Louise lives with her 14 yr old sister. Until their parents died she was at college, she loved plants and everything to do with growing them. She was doing a botany degree and had plans to do a Phd in intensive growing so she could feed the world. Now she worked in a garden centre so she could feed her sister. Then Kayley got sick, needing expensive treatment sick. If she didn't find $500'000 for the treatment....... She had a plan, but needed help, the sort only Sean could provide. Sue P

  16. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

    Growing and Kissing does not disappoint. I could not put this book down with all the crazy ups and downs that Sean and Lousie go through. There were several moments where I had to close my book because I couldn't take the stressful situation but then I had to open it back up not thirty seconds later because I had to know what happened next. I love this series from Helena, how each is a standalone but still connected in a small way. And I cannot wait to see how the O'Harra brothers all come togeth Growing and Kissing does not disappoint. I could not put this book down with all the crazy ups and downs that Sean and Lousie go through. There were several moments where I had to close my book because I couldn't take the stressful situation but then I had to open it back up not thirty seconds later because I had to know what happened next. I love this series from Helena, how each is a standalone but still connected in a small way. And I cannot wait to see how the O'Harra brothers all come together... One day!!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Magwan

    This author never disappoints I have to be honest, I didn't fancy this one because of the drugs element. Everyone has their views but I'm against recreational drugs of any sort. Once I put aside my personal opinion I was emerged into the story and it was surprising good, I liked the characters, dialogue and story very much.The writing was just perfect. Helena Newbury is brilliant at romance with grit and I can't wait to read brothers. This author never disappoints I have to be honest, I didn't fancy this one because of the drugs element. Everyone has their views but I'm against recreational drugs of any sort. Once I put aside my personal opinion I was emerged into the story and it was surprising good, I liked the characters, dialogue and story very much.The writing was just perfect. Helena Newbury is brilliant at romance with grit and I can't wait to read brothers.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Terri

    Bad For Me... Sean O'harra is a breaker of things. A bad boy for sure. Louise is A good girl trying to save her sister from cancer. Things I like about the book is the dialogue and connection between all the characters. Things I dislike, was not giving her BFF much credit, the whole months pass and we deny each other angst. But the book read well. He taught her to be a little bad and she taught him to be a little bit good. Onto the next O'harra brother. Bad For Me... Sean O'harra is a breaker of things. A bad boy for sure. Louise is A good girl trying to save her sister from cancer. Things I like about the book is the dialogue and connection between all the characters. Things I dislike, was not giving her BFF much credit, the whole months pass and we deny each other angst. But the book read well. He taught her to be a little bad and she taught him to be a little bit good. Onto the next O'harra brother.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Patricia Charlton

    Good Book This is another good book in this series and I feel more for Sean for what her went through with his foster father he seems to have the worst so far between himself, Carrick & Aedan. Louise & Kayley have had an awful traumatic experience also and it was lovely Sean & Louise becoming a couple. Going to download Kian’s story now then I hope the last one “Brothers” will cover poor Braden as god knows what he has been through and all 5 brothers will be back together.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Alexandra Laughlin

    Amazing story This book is so good! The story was fantastic- full of romance, yes, but also one hell of a roller coaster that inspired me to want to take more chances in my own life. I loved both Sean and Louise, and their happily ever after was so great. Take a chance and read this book - you won’t be sorry!

  21. 5 out of 5

    MRS M OHALLORAN

    Great book,couldnt put it down This was a book I had trouble putting down,full of good and bad, lots of sexy steamy romance and edge of your seat thriller iv read three of the five Irish brothers stories now and cabt wait to read the other two of this collection of books o cant wait to find out if all the brothers find there way back to each other and heal their wounded souls.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Nettie Traxler

    Anything For Love This story involved Louise teaming up with Sean, a fellow tenant, to save her sister. He agreed to help her with an illegal project, and in return Louise works on saving him too! Great love story! Love this series about the bonds of brotherhood. Can’t wait to read more!

  23. 5 out of 5

    Theresa Beck

    Love this book U really injoyed reading this story. I only give it 4 stars because i would of liked to here more about Sean!! That is really all this book is missing. All in all it was a good story.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Lise Nanette

    Satisfying Sean and Louise are certainly put through the ringer in finding their HEA. But it is a great trip with plenty of highs (pun intended😉) and tight spots. I loved the way everything was worked out and tied together.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Julia Mayfield

    I only wish I had found these books sooner! Oh my gosh I was so not expecting that explanation for the bad that had happened to the boys! This is the second book I have read and it was just as amazed as the first! Definitely recommend!

  26. 4 out of 5

    Kelly Tarbuck

    Great Can't wait find out about the rest of the brothers hope they find the lost one who was given to the cult. Couldn't put these books down once I started reading this can't wait to read next book hope you all enjoy reading it as much as I have Great Can't wait find out about the rest of the brothers hope they find the lost one who was given to the cult. Couldn't put these books down once I started reading this can't wait to read next book hope you all enjoy reading it as much as I have

  27. 4 out of 5

    Mealva2021gmail.Com

    Awesome. Beautiful This book was a tear jerker. A roll a coaster of emotions. Nothing that a loved one would do to save the person they love. Loved seeing the struggles and having a good ending. Can’t wait to read the next book.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Michelle Hammond

    Another unlikely pairing but again it works. This is another addictive fast paced read, a few more background/supporting characters this time round. Loved the story & the relationship between not just the 2 main characters but also with Louise's sister who is battling Leukemia. Another unlikely pairing but again it works. This is another addictive fast paced read, a few more background/supporting characters this time round. Loved the story & the relationship between not just the 2 main characters but also with Louise's sister who is battling Leukemia.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Barbara Amidon

    Intense I'm very much in the naive category and mostly in the good girl category so I can see where Louise is coming from. The intensity if the bad boy and crime side of life is well written and brings the intensity of the situation. Intense I'm very much in the naive category and mostly in the good girl category so I can see where Louise is coming from. The intensity if the bad boy and crime side of life is well written and brings the intensity of the situation.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Linda

    I have read all 4 brothers books now and although Aeden and sylvie are my favourites I'm really looking forward to reading 'the brothers' and hoping that they finally get their family together again! I have read all 4 brothers books now and although Aeden and sylvie are my favourites I'm really looking forward to reading 'the brothers' and hoping that they finally get their family together again!

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