Award Winning Fantasy with a Twist!
AND THE WINNERS ARE…
Congratulations ladies! and thank you, everybody, for participating.
With all the things we have to do these day, I treasure the moments when I get to read! I could easily spend the whole afternoon curled up with a good book!
So to celebrate that treasured moment, and all the other different kinds of treasure out there, I’m giving away my award-winning novel about a leprechaun – Feeling Lucky. No, they’re not little green men. Yes, they protect their gold. And when Fergus loses his, he’s torn between trying to recover it or giving in to the lady who captured him!
ENTER TO WIN not 1, but 2 Kindle copies of Feeling Lucky
Also included – a Celtic Knot bracelet by Gems&Knots –
1/4″ wide, 7″ long – I’ll pick the color.
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About Feeling Lucky –
Megan O’Malley gave in to drunken temptation and pinched a cute guy at her cousin’s wedding. Who’d have thought a perfectly normal guy–okay, a bit short–was a leprechaun or that he’d have such a bad attitude about giving away his money?! Now that she’s captured him, Megan may be five million dollars richer, but she’s also got an angry leprechaun camped out on her sofa, doing his best to prevent her from becoming the business mogul of her dreams!
Fergus O’Reilly cannot figure out what he’s done to upset the Queen of the Fairies. Working hard to rebuild his family’s honor, he took one small break to help friends play a wedding. Then some drunken lady pinched his ass, the Queen declared him caught, and now he’s broke, homeless, and hustling to stop the lovely lady with the wandering fingers from spending his money! This would be so much easier if she wasn’t cute and caring and determined to help with his so-called money addiction!
2014 National Excellence in Romance Fiction Award – Best First Book
EPIC 2015 eBook Awards Finalists – Fantasy Romance
Thank you everyone for sharing what makes you feel lucky! Wonderful list!
I’ll draw names on Sunday and post on Monday. Keep your fingers crossed!
Definitely the Internet, is so easy to know people around the globe!!
It has become an unexpected blessing, hasn’t it? 🙂
My girlfriend makes me feel lucky.
My husband is my greatest treasure.
I consider my faith in God and my relationships with my family to be my greatest treasure. 🙂
Ability to read and being able to free freely! 🙂 I know there are some places where you cannot do that.
Excellent choice! It’s hard to even imagine, but you’re right. Education and the freedom of everyone to read anything are not guarantees!
My greatest treasure are my grandchildren.
I feel lucky to be my mom’s daughter.
My family of course & my love of reading.
My greatest treasure? My family of course. 🙂
books and family
I’d have to agree ladies. Family is important. But what if they forget to return your books? 😉
That’s such a good question. What is my greatest treasure? Probably my mom. Not only has she been super supportive of me with my health problems, but she’s the one that made sure I was playing with toys or watching stuff that was educational. Because of her, I loved reading at an early age and never lost it. Some people never touch another book after graduating from school (at least, those who I graduated with from high school). I can’t imagine a world where I stopped loving reading. I watched and loved PBS, especially Wishbone. And never once did she complain about all the running I made her and my dad do for music lessons and school concerts, math/science/history competitions, nerdy summer camps. Straight As were expected of me instead of being something to reward, so I became very self-motivated. I may not have always appreciated their decisions back then, but now I see the reasoning. I’m just so grateful to have been given every chance my parents could give me to succeed. 🙂
Awww! Your mom sounds really cool – and smart!
Oh, she was. Super protective/attentive. She’d had a few miscarriages before me, so she went nuts when I was born okay. There’s a story she likes telling me from when I was around 2 where we were in a toy store and I pointed and started mumbling. She did the parent thing and kinda went “oh? that’s nice.” A stranger was walking by as this happened, and she went, “Yes, that’s right, caballo! Horse!” My mom was shocked that Sesame Street was teaching me Spanish. That’s probably not that weird, but it was for people that grew up in WV where language studies were kinda forced on you in high school for a semester or year, max.