Author: Samantha Young

Review: Castle Hill by Samantha Young

Review: Castle Hill by Samantha Young

This is a companion novella to On Dublin Street. It takes us through Joss and Braden getting married and their honeymoon.  While they’re definitely in love, there is trouble in paradise. Braden brings up the subject of children on their honeymoon and it freaks Joss out. She wants kids…maybe, someday. First she’d like some alone […]

Review: Fall from India Place by Samantha Young

Review: Fall from India Place by Samantha Young

This is the fourth book in the On Dublin Street books and it features Hannah and Marco.  I’ve been looking forward to reading this book because I’ve always liked Hannah and I’ve always been curious about Marco.  They were introduced in On Dublin Street (Book 1) but they were both still in I think, the […]

Review: Fall From India Place by Samantha Young

Review: Fall From India Place by Samantha Young

Hannah fell in love with Marco when she was 14.  They became friends but even though Hannah wanted to be his girlfriend over the years it never actually happened.  When she was 17 she went to a party and Marco was there.  He didn’t want her involved with the lowlifes that were at the party […]

Review (+ Giveaway): Fall From India Place by Samantha Young

Review (+ Giveaway): Fall From India Place by Samantha Young

I really enjoyed Hannah in the previous books (especially Down London Road) and looked forward to finding out the details about her and Marco. Young did well with the story. I was fully immersed. Hannah and Marco were friends in high school. Though Hannah made it clear on more than one occasion she was interested […]

Review: Castle Hill by Samantha Young

Review: Castle Hill by Samantha Young

This is a short story that peeks into where Joss and Braden are after their book, On Dublin Street. They get engaged, they get married, they go on their honeymoon and they receive some interesting news that Joss kind of mini-freaks out about and turns Braden into a douche. For such a short story, Samantha […]