Barefoot on a Starlit Night by Jo McNally

Photo Credit: Harlequin


This book was sent to Traveling With T for review consideration.

Barefoot on a Starlit Night

Summary: With a little luck, this fake engagement just might become the real deal…

Bridget McKinnon would do anything for her feisty ailing grandma Maura. She’ll even stay close to home and serve up green beer in the Purple Shamrock instead of pursuing her own culinary dreams. But money’s tight. So when a stranger with a sexy brogue asks about the apartment she’s renting out, Bridget hopes she’s landed a little piece of Irish luck…only to find she’s knee-deep in a crazy plan that’s turning her life upside down.

College professor Finn O’Hearn needs this job in Rendezvous Falls—his visa may depend on it. If he can convince his beautiful but tightly wound landlord to be his pretend fiancée, his boss will be happy—as will Bridget’s matchmaking grandma and her meddling book club. Finn and Bridget fool (almost) everyone with their sizzling glances and toe-curling kisses…even as they tell themselves it’s only make-believe.

Playing a part has never been so easy. But when love is real, it’s time to find the courage to start playing by heart…


Traveling With T’s Thoughts:

When a publicist approached me about possibly reviewing this book- the cover totally sucked me in. It’s a beautiful cover.

I’d never read a Jo McNally book before, but was willing to give it a try (and would again!)


What I Liked:

Well the cover gave me ALL THE HEART EYES! ❤

Finn with his sexy Irish accent 🙂

Maura (and the book club!)


Bottom line: This had some predictability about it- but really, most HEA books do; however, it kept me entertained and was a nice way to spend a day by the pool.


*This book was sent to Traveling With T for review consideration. All thoughts and opinions are mine alone.*


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Happy Reading and Bookishly Yours,

T @ Traveling With T

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