Irish Magic by Susan B. James

Irish Magic by Susan B. James
Publisher: Soul Mate Publishing
Genre: Contemporary, Fantasy
Length: Full length (242 pages)
Heat Level: Sensual
Rating: 5 stars
Reviewed by Hibiscus

A romantic comedy with a touch of magic.

What do you do when everything goes wrong?
Make a wish on a four-leaf clover, right?
There’s no other logical way out of it!

But a clover wish is a heart wish. Everyone knows that.

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Dr. Michael Walshe had a ring in his pocket when he walked in on his girlfriend sleeping with her costar. He wants no part of Essie’s plan to find him a wife.

Fate—or something more leprechaun-shaped—has Kate and the doctor both heading to Cluhalaugh, home to Ireland’s most famous matchmaking festival. And somehow their paths keep crossing. The more they see of each other the harder it is to resist exploring their reluctant attraction.

Will Kate realize that Michael could be far more than the cure to her writer’s block?

What do you get when to take a doctor, an author, a leprechaun/human and put them in Ireland? What first caught my attention was simply the title. I am part Irish. I believe that the idea of magic (to some degree) appeals to a lot of people.

I was hooked by the end of the first chapter. First of all, any book that mentions a possibility of a character going to Ireland already earns a star. When Kate makes a wish it’s just a question of how literal that wish will be taken. I was able to complete the book in two days.

“I based my hero on my fiancé, and when he broke our engagement, Lord Rotherham turned ugly.” — This quote from the heroine’s book got me wondering if authors base characters off of real people. Obviously, this would make the characters seem real and even relatable, just like they are in this book.

I have read other books where a character is also an author. This is the first one I read with quotes from that character’s writing. It was almost as if I was reading two books at once and I really liked it.

This is the first book by Susan B. James that I read, and I’m so glad I did. She got me believing in “Irish Magic”.

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