Book Review: My Irresistible Earl (The Inferno Club #3) by Gaelen Foley

My Irresistible Earl (Inferno Club, #3)My Irresistible Earl by Gaelen Foley
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I really enjoyed this novel in the Inferno series. It ramped up well from the first 2 books.

This book felt a little bit more put together, it had additional complications in the plots that I thought blended the action and heart pounding emotions into a great story.

Very entertaining!

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1 comment:

  1. Anything with the name "Earl" reminds me of either the Dixie Chicks' song "Good-bye, Earl" or that tV show, "My Name Is Earl" both of which pretty much epitomize everything that is redneck. Is there an Earl on the North American continent (I know in England it's a title of nobility, as in "The Earl of Spencer") who isn't somewhat a redneck?

    My sort-of significant other picked up a wonderfully tacky bowling shirt at Deseret Industries for something like two dollars that had the name "Earl" embroidered on it. He's 18 and in college now, so it's no longer such an issue, but when he was still under his parents' thumbs, anytime they made him go to some church event he did not want to attend, he'd wear his "Earl" bowling shirt. He'd put a heavy coat over it in the winter (it was in Utah, so most of the year was winter), and some sort of lighter jacket the rest of the year, so they wouldn't know until they got to church and he took off his jacket.

    he still hasn't decided for sure whether he's going on a mission, but if he goes, I'll hold onto his "Earl" bowling shirt for safe-keeping so his dad doesn't burn it while the poor kid is off riding a rickety bicycle and handing out Brother Joe's plagiarized manuscript . . .

    That is, IF he goes. I'm still crossing my fingers and playing the "How old will you be when you finish medical or dental school if you serve a mission?" game.