Book Review: ‘Hot Property’ by Susanne O’Leary



Title: Hot Property

Published: 8th January 2014

Author: Susanne O’Leary


Twitter: @susl


When Megan O’Farrell inherits her uncle’s house in a remote part of the windswept Atlantic coast of Ireland, she imagines it will be a romantic hideaway where she can recover from her recent divorce. But the house is a wreck that requires a fortune to restore, and she decides to sell it. An easy choice, were it not for the discovery of an old family scandal and a budding love affair with both the beautiful landscape and a handsome Kerryman. Catapulted into country life and faced with the less romantic side of farming, she also has to deal with a conspiracy to make her leave.


Just makes me want to visit Ireland even more than I already did! The way Susanne O’Leary describes the landscape it makes you feel like you are there already.

Loved the story from start to finish. Fun light-hearted read to get stuck into and keeps you entertained throughout.

The saying it never rains but it pours come in handy with everything that goes wrong with the house Megan inherits. If its not doors falling off, slurry being pored on the fields next to her or the cows escaping, its ghosts in the tower. There seems to be so much in her way with trying to get the house back to what it used to be and everyone seems to want her to fail and leave.

Even her budding romance doesn’t seem to be heating anything up and you get the feeling that everything is not quite as it seems with him. It looks like Megan should be looking in a different direction to get the right guy for her. he might be closer than you think.

All Megan has to do is finish the house and everything else will fall into place. Its just going to be a fun bumpy journey before she gets there 🙂


4 out of 5 stars


1 Comment

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One response to “Book Review: ‘Hot Property’ by Susanne O’Leary

  1. Susanne O'Leary

    Many thanks for the nice review.


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