"6 foot 4 inch Leprechaun? Psychic reporter can't allow herself fall in love with him"
P.J. Sheridan was known as an unbiased reporter of psychic
phenomena and was intrigued when Connor O'Flaherty
contacted her. He had to be a fraud or crazy. What else
could you think of a handsome 6 foot 4 inch man claiming to
be the king of the Leprechauns? How could she pass up the
chance to write of a renowned millionaire shoe
manufacturer? All she had to do was to help him locate a
missing talisman while she investigated his claim of
finding others with Fae blood.
Connor had promised only to marry another with Fae blood.
How could he be falling in love with this mortal? And a
mortal that was allergic to gold. He is heading for a
broken heart if he can't keep his mind on finding the
talisman instead of his helper.
This is an enjoyable romance with plenty of humor and
life. You will enjoy a relaxing "vacation" while reading a
story that will leave you smiling. [My definition of an
Harlequin American #614
The handsome hunk that stood before P.J. Sheridan expected
her to believe he was a leprechaun? She had one word for
him: blarney! Only Connor O'Flaherty wove a magical spell
about P.J. that stirred her deepest desires.
The skeptic in her wiped the stardust from her eyes -- and
P.J. was convinced this man was nothing but a con artist.
Deep down, though, the woman in her desperately wanted to
believe Connor's powers were as potent -- and as real -- as
his kisses. Yet no matter who -- or what -- he really was,
common sense said the man was trouble.
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