Saturday, June 30, 2007

Luck of the Irish Review

I got an awesome review from Two Lips Reviews Today.

Title: Luck of the Irish
Author: Aline de Chevigny
Publisher: Aspen Mountain Press
Genre: Fantasy
Publication date: May 2007
ISBN: 978-1-60168-034-1
Pages: 59

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Dina is eating dinner at The Luck of the Irish restaurant when she notices a four leaf clover wrapped in plastic floating in her soup. When she complains to the staff of the restaurant Connor, the owner is ecstatic. He knows that the clover is a sign that the person who finds it is destined to be his wife. The clover is a magical sign for his family. There hasn’t been many times in his family’s history when the woman who finds the clover turns away from her intended, but when it does happen the man lives a miserable life always pining for his lost love. Connor will do whatever he must to insure Dina accepts him as her husband, starting with some good old fashioned seduction in a magical setting.

Is there anything sexier than an Irishman who knows when he has met the only woman for him? Not if you are reading Luck of The Irish by Aline de Chevigny. I fell in love with Connor and his family while reading this magical tale. Connor is romantic and sensual, something every woman will enjoy. The love scenes in Luck of The Irish will have you squirming in your chair and longing for more. This is a sweet story that will stay with you and make you want your own Irishman.

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