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American Werechaun in Dublin

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Kyle Monaghan has a problem. Sometimes, on nights of the full moon, he blacks out. When he wakes up he finds gold coins in his pockets. It sounds like a good problem to have, but he lives in fear of arrest or worse. This year he decided to travel back to his grandfather’s home in Ireland to see if he can solve the riddle. The last thing he expected was to step into the mid ...more
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Published March 17th 2014 by Graythorn Publishing
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Mar 16, 2014 rated it it was amazing
It's a quick read with some good characters, a humorous premise, a bit of action, and a fun story! The story keeps up a brisk flow, and the first person perspective did a lot to get me into the novel's setting.

If you're looking for a light, humorous take on the urban fantasy genre I'd definitely recommend this.
I loved this tight little story about Leprechauns (aka Lurichawnes) and Were-Leprechauns (Clurichawnes).
Yes it is a romance... i wasn't sure for the first bit but, you know, I didn't really care either as I was totally enjoying the farcical nature of the tale!
I bought this book because it came up under Sue London's collection. She's A long time fave historical romance author for me. Well her and Andy Click weave a hilarious romp through the back alleys of Dublin. Kyle is on a quest to find what
Nov 13, 2015 rated it really liked it
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I found this book in a discussion thread on Facebook for authors who were donating their time and services to fans who donated to a cat cause. With a title like American Werechaun in Dublin, I couldn't resist ordering a copy. It was just too intriguing not to.

I like the urban fantasy genre but I had a hard time figuring this one out. It's just so different from what I normally read, even if it's just because it was written from a male protagonist's point of view. While I knew I was getting into
Nov 18, 2014 rated it really liked it
American Werechaun in Dublin by Andy Click and Sue London
Kyle Monaghan leaves Boston and heads to Dublin to find his grandfather. He needs to find some answers and soon, before he ends up in jail. It seems whenever there is a full moon he blacks out and when he wakes up...he has gold coins. Kyle only intended to find and talk to his grandfather but once he’s in Ireland he finds more than he ever expected.

This is a paranormal with some unique twists in it.
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Sep 11, 2019 rated it really liked it
Funny and light story about an American man looking for his Grandfather in Ireland, only to find out he's a Leprechaun. He stumbles into a century long Civil War between two Leprechaun factions and discovers he's been chosen to put a stop to the fighting.

There are several twists and turns to the story I won't spoil, but did enjoy the book. The book is one of many in a series so definitely will be checking them out in the future. I really enjoy reading stories/paranormal based in other cultures a
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