“Some prince charming, huh?” Weekend Writing Warriors and THREE WISHES – 02-21-16

Irish Fairy, Three Wishes by Paula Millhouse, Saint Patrick's Day, Leprechaun, Romance, Fiction

Hello Dear Readers,

Wishing for spring? For those of us Down South, spring is definitely in the air. So, in honor of my Savannah heritage I’m sharing a snippet from a little Irish fairy tale I wrote, entitled THREE WISHES.


      Abigail O’Malley cursed under her breath, stalked down the cobblestone street of Savannah’s historic district, and dialed her friend/bouncer/right-hand barman. A moment later Eddie’s big bass voice filled the phone with, “O’Malley’s Bar & Grill.”

     “You’re never gonna believe it,” Abby said, cringed, and delivered the news. “Kevin Finnegan called the note due on the property taxes on the bar, and my house.”

     “Sheee-it,” Eddie said, his southern drawl drawing the cussword out into two long syllables, and if she weren’t so devastated Abby would have laughed.

     “He proposed last night, and when I refused he immediately demanded his damn money. Some prince charming, huh?”

     “O’Malley’s is prime real estate on River Street sweetheart, but he can’t move in on us the week before St. Patrick’s Day! Can’t you file an injunction or something, maybe sic your snake of an attorney on his ass?”

     “I tried, Eddie, but Kevin Finnegan’s the president of the damn bank, and he wants his money tomorrow.”


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Abigail O’Malley wants to find true love…which is about as easy as catching a leprechaun.



Abigail O’Malley’s world turns upside down when a rival Irishman threatens to take her bar, an historic Savannah landmark, mere days before the start of the annual St. Patrick’s Day celebration.

When she captures a leprechaun with fairy charms, her three wishes include his gold, fairy magic, and the mystery of her One True Love.

Michael McKnight has pined over Abby forever, but will he have time to reveal his true nature and prove he’s up to the task of granting all her wishes before the bad guys close in and destroy Abby’s dreams forever?

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St. Patrick’s Day is in my blood – part of my history growing up in Savannah, Georgia. Heck, it’s a national holiday in Savannah, and a bang-up serious celebration. Allegedly, the 2nd largest Irish celebration in the US happens right there in my hometown.

Irish Fairy, Three Wishes by Paula Millhouse, Saint Patrick's Day, Leprechaun, Romance, Fiction
May the Luck O’ the Irish be with ya!


Published by Paula Millhouse

Author Paula Millhouse http://www.paulamillhouse.com Where Fantasy, Romance, and Suspense collide.

26 thoughts on ““Some prince charming, huh?” Weekend Writing Warriors and THREE WISHES – 02-21-16

  1. It was fun writing a fairy tale set in Savannah, Bonnie. When I found out the little known Irish history behind the leprechauns my imagination went wild with it. Three Wishes is one of my favorite stories too. Who knew, right?


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