She needs a fake fiance. I’m just the Irish guy to play the part.
One day I’m at Starbucks, minding my own business, studying for an audition.
Suddenly a gorgeous stranger heads straight to my table.
She says her name is Hazel.
That her ex cheated on her with her best friend.
And that they’ve both just entered the coffee shop!
“Please pretend to be my boyfriend so I don’t seem so pathetic,” she asks.
Well, I’m an actor, aren’t I?
I brought my fortune to New York City from Ireland to pursue my dreams.
How can I resist the pleading from those pretty eyes that match her name?
And there’s no way my c*ck can ignore her plump @ss and curvy hips.
“I’ll do you one better,” I tell her. “Let’s pretend we’re engaged.”
It’s so much fun, we keep it up.
But we’re not really getting married on St. Patrick’s Day like we tell everyone, are we?
Maybe I’m playing the role a bit too well, because I find myself believing it’s real.
Lucky Charm is a full length standalone romance with no cheating and no cliffhangers, but with a very happy St. Patrick’s Day and ever after, and a whole lot of Irish flavored steam.
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