Ruby Tuesday is book two in Mari Carr’s Wild Irish series, and as much as I enjoyed the first one, I liked this even better. Each book takes a member of the Collins family, and this one deals with Teagan. She works at her family’s Irish pub and sings there, too; she’s content with her lot.
Everything changes, however, when the lead singer of world-famous rock band The Universe, Sky Mitchell, walks into the bar. He hears Teagan sing and thinks she’s fantastic. He wants to buy the song she performed and she refuses.
A musical challenge follows – which leads to the two of them writing an album together. Sky’s more than happy to stick around the bar – it’s helping him to avoid the ever-present paparazzi, and he’s got a thing for Teagan. The peace and quiet also gives him the opportunity to think about his decision to go solo.
Unfortunately, though, things don’t run smoothly for Sky. At the same time he’s falling for Teagan, someone is trying to ruin his chances of going solo. The sabotage grows dangerous and ends up involving the entire Collins family. Will they make it?
Ruby Tuesday was an excellent read. I whizzed through it in a couple of sittings and loved the combination of romance and thriller. I very much liked the characters and their story, and would love to read about what happens to them next. An excellent example of an erotic romance with thriller elements.