Three Irish Brothers, by Sienna Blake | Book Review

Hello friends! Today I have my book review of

Three Irish Brothers: A Reverse Harem Romance by Sienna Blake.

Three Irish Brothers is the first book in the Quick & Dirty series.
Each book in the Quick & Dirty series is read as a standalone.

Trigger/Content Warnings: Sex scenes, being publicly outed, Rape mention, mention of Car Accident resulting in Death, Drunk Driving mention (resulting in car crash, and Death). 

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41544043._SY475_I used to think I was one of the lucky ones. But at twenty-six, I’ve left my “perfect” life in New York behind and ended up in Ireland.

When my car hits a ditch, I’m rescued by the three sexiest men I’ve ever seen.

The three Irish O’Callaghan brothers.
Broad shoulders, strong arms, accents that make me wet just to hear them.
Killian, the bossy one.
Fionn, the cheeky one.
And Aiden, the silent one with a secret.

They all want me.

I want them. All of them.

I have to choose…right? Or will I be the thing that tears this family apart.

Warning: This is a sexy yet emotional reverse-harem romance, a full-length, standalone novel at 50k words. Three sexy Irish brothers who want nothing more than to please their special woman. All at the same time.

Sienna’s Quick & Dirty series consists of standalone novels which are hotter, dirtier and quicker than her other novels.

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I truly didn’t know what to expect from Three Irish Brothers—-apart from the fact that I knew by the title that this story would take place in Ireland. — And I wasn’t wrong.

Turns out, Three Irish Brothers was a quick read for me. I ended up reading this book in one sitting just because I didn’t want the story to end.

There are four different points of view within Three Irish Brothers, and that’s what kept me reading TIB until the end. We read from Killian, Fionn, Aiden, and Savannah—-whom we read from the most.

Truth be told, at the beginning of Three Irish Brothers I was soo pissed off. The main character, Savannah, is what I like to describe as prissy-rich-bitch, yes she worked hard for her the position she has at her job, and the money she earns.. but that didn’t stop Savannah from being a dislikable character. And during the first few chapters, I wasn’t wrong. The attitude that Savannah gave off was horrendous. And then she finds out that her “fiance” is cheating on her with her best friend. Which by the way, I can’t believe that Savannah didn’t see that coming.

However, once Savannah removes herself from the situation, she became more herself. Without the money and life style that she was used to, Savannah became a woman that I myself would consider a friend.

Throughout the book we discover that Savannah has different strengths than those of who she has surrounded herself with in Ireland. We also discover things about Savannah that I 100% would not have seen from her. And Savannah’s character development? She did a 180 on us. I enjoyed reading Savannah’s development as a character.

Speaking of character development, there were many character developments, from Killian, to Fionn, and Aiden as well.

I won’t go into too much detail about the brothers, because I don’t want to spoil anything should you decide to read Three Irish Brothers.

What surprised me the most about TIB was that the romance in this story is slow burn. We don’t actually see a sex scene in this story until the 60% mark. Which is much later than the usual reverse harem novels that I read. 

By the end of Three Irish Brothers, I adored that their situation resulted in being entirely LGBTQIA+ inclusive. 

Last but not least, I really liked that Savannah, Killian, Fionn and Aiden had a happily ever after. 

Overall, I give Three Irish Brothers, 3 stars.

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Have you read Three Irish Brothers? What did you think? 

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Thank you for stopping by!

See you soon, and Happy Reading! 

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