Author: Caitlin Ricci
Genre: MM / Contemporary Fantasy / Holiday Story
Length: Short Story
Publisher: Silver Publishing (March 16th, 2013)
Heat Level: Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥3Hearts
Blurb: Luke ignored his Irish roommates when they advised him to return the coin he found. They warned him about keeping leprechaun gold. He might regret it when a sexy, kilt-wearing leprechaun shows up to claim the last of his gold.
Luke, an American exchange student studying abroad in Ireland, ignored his roommates when they told him to put back the gold coin he found in the garden. They warned him about what would happen if he kept the leprechaun gold. He might wonder if maybe he should have listened to them when a sexy, kilt-wearing leprechaun shows up that night to claim the last of the coins from his scattered pot of gold.
Review: An American living in Ireland finds a gold coin. A leprechaun finally feels his last lost coin’s been found. The unaware American has unknowingly claimed it for its own. Now a bargain must be made. A wish for the coin.
And that’s how Arn, the leprechaun, gets hit by the almighty power of Love. But rules demand that Love cannot exist between the realms and Arn must choose his people and immortality or his human lover…
The idea is exquisite and the Fae myth is something I can’t ignore. The story itself is quite funny in a way and alluring. Fairly short, it is still somehow well-developed. A sexy encounter in the wee hours, a victim of a trickster and the trickster turned to victim by the mighty powers of Fate. But, then again I’m biased as I can’t resist them little people. J
I liked it. it was quick and fun and quite nicely written. a lovely little snack for lovers of leprechauns and the Fae people.