Never Kiss A Leprechaun: A Castle Falls St. Patrick’s Day Enemies to Lovers Romance
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I hate St. Patrick's Day.

Hate how men think they're cute dressed as leprechauns.
Trying to feed me green beer while hitting on me.
But this year I'm going out to celebrate.
Only because my best friends are making me.
And only because I make them promise me some things.
We'll avoid men.
Especially those who are dressed as leprechauns.
And who try to buy us green beer.
We definitely won't let any of them kiss us!
Even though we are part Irish.
But then I meet Hank at the pub we go to.
With his red hair and tall stature,
he's hot AF but he knows it.
Not only is he cocky, he's way older than me.
I know I should stay far away from him.
So why am I letting him tempt me...
into being the one to break the pact I'd made with my friends?
Never Kiss a Leprechaun is a standalone enemies to lovers age gap St. Patrick's Day romance. Jamie Knight promises to always bring you a happily ever after filled with plenty of heat. And never any cheating or cliffhangers!
If you like this book, be sure to check out more in the Castle Falls world, including all three books in the Castle Falls St. Patrick's Day series, each of which tells the story of hot, older billionaire alpha male who falls for a curvy virgin.
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