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Shamrock Season - A Romance - cover

Shamrock Season - A Romance

Jennifer Rose

Publisher: Open Road Distribution

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Summary

Consummate journalist Maggie Devlin has a rule: never get involved with the men she interviews. It’s never been an issue and shouldn’t be one this time around; her subject, the egotistical filmmaker George MacDonagh, holds zero appeal for her. But on-site in misty, magical County Cork, the faeries can bewitch even the most level-headed of women . . .

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