Book Review: Her Best Laid Plans

bestlaidplansThis month’s COSMO Red-Hot Read is “Her Best Laid Plans” by Cara McKenna.  I’ve decided to cut back on my romance novel  reading, but considering that I love these red-hot reads so much, they are the only ones allowed (for the most part).  This book did not disappoint.  Like most of the red-hot reads, it came in at under 100 pages.  The book follows Jamie who is going on vacation to Ireland for 10 days.  She is supposed to be joined by her best friend Kate, but at the last minute Kate gets a job offer and backs out of the trip, but Jamie decides to go ahead on her own.

Her first night in Ireland she ends up at a pub, and why not?  There she meets Connor, a sexy bartender and the two seem to hit things off.  Jamie has just gotten out of a relationship and isn’t looking for anything serious, and Connor doesn’t seem to be either.  The two know that she will be leaving in just a few days and decide to make the most of it – he teaches her to drive a stick shift and shows her around Ireland by day, and they spend the night in each other’s beds.

Jamie gets home and the two vow to keep in contact online, but Jamie hasn’t even looked him up. It’s been two weeks and she can’t seem to get over him. Then she thinks she sees someone familiar show up at the bar where she is a bartender.  Could it be?

I received a free e-copy of this book in order to write this review. I was not otherwise compensated.

About the Book

Experience Ireland—the dramatic beauty, the warm hospitality…and the smoking hot local guys!

Imagine nursing a pint in a cosy, authentic country pub, far from Cork’s busy city pulse. Getting here took you a plane, bus, taxi and…um, bicycle. But just as you’re resigning yourself to drinking beside grey-haired farmers, you see him—a man with the looks and charm to soothe any heartbroken girl.

He’s your bartender. Your really, really gorgeous bartender.

For American Jamie Webb—recently dumped and housesitting for two weeks—Connor Kelleher is like a six-course feast after a 23-year starvation diet. But it’s gotta be casual. She’s just begun rerouting her life after a three-year man-related detour. Still, a sexy romp (or twenty!) with Sexy McBartender?

But what happens when Jamie’s best-laid plans for no future plans with any man begin to change?

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