- Author Ellen Mint
- Release Date June 14, 2019
- Publisher Ellen Mint
- ISBN/ASIN B07T2R84HN
- Our Rating
- Reviewed by Fiona
Sometimes you just want to read a short, hot romance. 90 print pages is just about right for a quick read. And Ellen Mint delivers her trademark steamy heat in this story, as only she can! This story is free on Amazon—though I’m not sure for how long.
Jess considers herself the unluckiest person in the world. She takes Murphy’s Law to a new extreme. Whenever things can go wrong, they do so in the most spectacularly bad way possible. So she’s not really surprised when a tree comes crashing through her bedroom window pane one morning. But she is surprised when a man’s voice apologizes—and then a very attractive redhead, wearing a sexy smile aimed at her, pokes into the hole left by the broken glass. He seems appreciative of her looks, despite her bedraggled old tee shirt and her bed-hair. And when she realizes his accent identifies him as Irish, she’s tingling already.
His name is Conall, and he says he’s a lumberjack. Based on his defined musculature, she doesn’t doubt that he works a job that involves physical labor. He offers to replace the window and says he’ll cook her dinner that night to make up for the trouble he’s caused. She’s so awed by his sexy good looks that she doesn’t know where to look next—and asking how the tree came to fall and why it was his fault never occurs to her. When she tells a friend about him, her friend teases her, saying he must be a leprechaun sent to give her better luck than she usually has. Since a tree through her window isn’t a good thing, she doubts that. And leprechauns aren’t real—or are they?