Spot of Gold

Rated 2.33/5 based on 5 reviews
See a penny, pick it up...and get a sexy leprechaun! More
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Published by Summerhouse Publishing
Words: 3,340
Language: English
About Celia Kyle

Ex-dance teacher, former accountant and erstwhile collectible doll salesperson, New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Celia Kyle now writes paranormal romances for readers who:

1) Like super hunky heroes (they generally get furry)
2) Dig beautiful women (who have a few more curves than the average lady)
3) Love laughing in (and out of) bed.

It goes without saying that there's always a happily-ever-after for her characters, even if there are a few road bumps along the way.

Today she lives in Central Florida and writes full-time with the support of her loving husband and two finicky cats.

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Review by: C. M. Truxler on Sep. 12, 2012 :
Spot of Gold No Longer Glimmers

Spot of Gold by Celia Kyle is an Erotic Romance short story that delves into a chance meeting between a human and a Leprechaun. Speculation of such a plot could be engrossing for some readers, as the premise leaves a wide territory for imagination to roam. However, while the main character, Cassie Manousakis, a work-weary young woman, is well enough written, she and her counterpart character seem to lack the infusion of life force that such interaction requires.

The plot is reminiscent of the old film, Groundhog Day, in that the happenings are spoken as repetitive actions, which is an unfortunate misstep. What could be written as a charming and enthralling portrayal of a reoccurring gesture of caring and devotion reads as more of a sub-mention to fill space. If one wishes to pick up a short tale with plenty of erotic folderol, a little romance, and more of a telling of a story than a connective tale that develops images within the reader’s mind, then this one is for you. However, if a person requires a detailed and strong connection between the characters as well as between story and reader, than I am sorry to say that this novel will do little to fill a reader’s ravenous appetite for experiencing the happenings with a tale.

I would like to see the tale pulled and revamped. As I stated at the beginning, it is an interesting premise, and the bare bones of the piece were not bad. The tale needs a spark of life that a more developed, and larger, dose of content would go a long way in creating.
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Review by: Amy Scythe on May 21, 2012 : (no rating)
It was a short read thats basic to follow but I felt jipped there was alot of stuff that happened but not in the actual story just from the begging how they met, th someweird thought that didnt seem to belong to either main characters, then the end.
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Review by: W. Addison Gast on Feb. 24, 2011 : (no rating)
I don't know how this one made it thru the meatgrinder for paragraph structure and typos. Storyline is interesting but it is not much .....what you would call "in line" with therest. A good copyedit followed with some re-write might improve the downloads. Good luck
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Review by: Ernest Winchester on Feb. 21, 2011 :
I read this as I waited for my own story to upload to Smashwords. Good way to kill time. Although I'm sure it was set in the modern era, (she worked in an electronics store,) it could have used a bit of filler. But as a quick read, it wasn't half bad.
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Review by: kahlynn lawrence on Feb. 21, 2011 :
The story was quite confusing. I wasn't sure what era the story was placed and it jumped from one thought to another.
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