LUCK OF THE IRISH
ALINE DE CHEVIGNY
Aspen Mountain Press
Paranormal erotic contemporary romance
Rating: 4 Cups
Dina is a restaurant reviewer. When she arrives at Luck O’ The Irish on St. Patrick’s Day, she never expects to meet the “green man” her aunt predicted as her only love.
Connor has been waiting all of his life to meet his own true love. When the four-leaf clover turns up in Dina’s meal, he finds that she is everything he has ever dreamed of.
When the fates are determined to bring two people together, nothing and no one can stop them, so the O’Connor four-leaf clover in Dina’s soup is destiny.
This is a nice little paranormal romance. Dina and Connor have been searching for each other forever and only live a few blocks away from each other. Their instant connection and subsequent journey to the Mist is very sensual and the love scenes are very well done. All seems to be almost too perfect at first, but the author throws a little bit of discord into the story with the bitter Cousin Pietro. Pietro is jealous of Connor and wants anything he has. Another subplot involves Pietro’s father, Devlin. He believes his true love rejected him and he has become bitter. I cannot give away the plot twist here, but it is a good one. The other family members are only briefly seen but well drawn, and the Goddess’ appearance really makes the story. Connor and Dina really have the “luck of the Irish”.
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