Tuesday, August 13, 2019

Irish Magic A Romantic Comedy. Sneak peek and #Giveaway.

Posted by Susan B James on 3:00:00 AM with 6 comments

It's My Book Birthday. Irish Magic comes out August 14th. And I already have a couple of reviews on Goodreads.

4.5 Stars from Dianne (No, I don't know her, but I love her.)
IRISH MAGIC by Susan B. James is a quirky tale of love where and when you least expect it, but exactly when you need it most.
4 Stars from Trish (No, I don't know her either, but I love her.)
I found myself not wanting to put this book down and read it into the wee hours of the morning. This book is a lovely cross of contemporary with a touch of fantasy. I’d definitely pick up more books like this one from Ms. James.

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.
When part leprechaun, Bradley Flynn, is charged with finding Kate’s true love, he calls on retired matchmaker, Essie O’Callaghan, who happens to have a mission of her own.
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?

Want to read the first two Chapters? Click here

There really is an Irish Matchmaking Festival celebrated in the town of Lisdoonvarna. I visited Ireland in 2013 to research this book.
I changed the name of the town to protect the innocent. 

If I interested you, I am celebrating by giving away three copies of the eBook. 
I am also giving away a necklace which looks magic to me.

It's costume jewelry but very pretty.
Enter below. Happy Reading.
Side note:
Michael Walshe, the hero in Irish Magic, is Sherry's son from Time and Forever. He is a side character in Maybe This Time. Irish Magic could be called book three in the Second Chance series. But the other two involved time travel and this one doesn't. Should I go back and change that? What say you?

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  1. The blurb sounds magical. :) Pretty necklace.

  2. What a magical sounding book! Ireland is one of my favourite places and I've had many happy holidays there. I've heard about the Matchmaking Festival in Lisdoonvarna but don't know much about it. Congratulations on your new release. I read and loved 'Time and Forever' but didn't realize there was a sequel--happy news!

  3. Yes to Magic. Magical romance sounds good to me.

  4. I love a good magical romance, especially in Ireland


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