Lucky's Leprechaun

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A Holiday in Council Falls Short Story
7,000 Words

Lucky no longer believes in wishes, hopes or dreams.

Diamond, a leprechaun, has one day left to grant Lucky his final wish or she'll perish.

Can a chance meeting between them twenty-five years ago result in love? More
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About Elysa Hendricks

Elysa Hendricks is 5'6" tall. She has curly hair and brown eyes. She's an author, a wife, a mother and a daughter. Everything else is subject to change without notice.

After trying her hand at a variety of careers, insurance underwriter, video storeowner, home day care, and domestic goddess for other people, Elysa Hendricks, a longtime reader sat down to write a short contemporary novel. When her heroine turned out to be a winged, telepathic alien, Elysa decided she enjoyed writing stories set in different places, times, and realities. She's published 14 full-length books, ranging from sweet contemporary to sexy sci-fi, as well as numerous short stories.

While living in north east Illinois she helped found the Windy City Chapter and the Futuristic, Fantasy & Paranormal Chapters of Romance Writers of America, and taught workshops on writing at writer’s conferences and at community colleges. Recently relocated to sunny Florida she’s happy to be part of the TARAN family.

Her "real life" motto is: Boring is good. Excitement is vastly overrated, so she saves the adventure and excitement for the characters in her books.

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About the Series: Welcome to Council Falls
A series of independent books or short stories that either occur in or have characters who are from the small town of Council Falls, IL.

Also in Series: Welcome to Council Falls

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Reviews of Lucky's Leprechaun by Elysa Hendricks

Kevin A. Lyons reviewed on March 9, 2015

A fun romance involving a unique twist on leprechaun lore. The characters are believable and sympathetic, and the writing is well done. I enjoyed it.
(reviewed 9 days after purchase)
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