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Does This Make You…?

Does anyone else out there mentally channel movie characters when they write a common phrase or expression? Well, I’m really not asking Austin Power’s favorite question. What I want to know are your thoughts on a possible blurb for the back cover of my book Feeling Lucky coming this spring/summer. Yes, SoulMate Publishing said yes!

This is based on the query letter but, of course, it’s a different audience. SO –  does it get your attention? Do you have any questions? Would you add this to your buy pile? Let me know!

Celebrating her 40th alone at a cousin’s wedding, Megan O’Malley gives in to drunken temptation and pinches a cute guy’s ass. 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 did to upset the Queen of the Fairies. He was working hard to rebuild his family’s honor when he took one little 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 fortune! This would be so much easier if she wasn’t so cute and caring and determined to help with his so-called money addiction!

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One comment on “Does This Make You…?

  1. Jack Bryson
    January 17, 2013

    That’s pretty good. You can cut out “Celebrating her 40th birthday alone…” and begin with “At a cousin’s wedding….” She was at a table with friends when she pinched Fergus. I understand what the book is about from your blurb.

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