The Brooklyn Leprechaun
Can a Brooklyn teen take down the goddess of war? It's up to one Brooklyn teenager to save her family's land in Ireland, expose a murderer, and stop ... Show synopsis Can a Brooklyn teen take down the goddess of war? It's up to one Brooklyn teenager to save her family's land in Ireland, expose a murderer, and stop terrorist activity "with a little help from a handsome wizard and a British secret agent" all while on a two-week vacation! Bridget is a street-smart Brooklyn girl who is surprised to find that she has inherited land overseas. She sets off to explore her new Irish holdings, but with relatives like the former queen of all fairies, the king of the leprechauns, and an eccentric aunt, Bridget finds her Irish vacation more than she can handle. That is, until a Brittany spaniel teaches her to focus, trust, and, most of all, let go of her fear. Adding to Bridget's worry is the damage that cow patties, office break-ins, and ancient fairy catacombs can do to a nice pair of Jimmy Choos' With adventure, mystery, wry humor, and innocence reminiscent of Stephanie Meyer's Twilight series, The Brooklyn Leprechaun is a mad romp from the streets of Brooklyn to the myths and legends of the Irish countryside. About the Author: Bernadette Crepeau's parents originally came from Ireland and settled in Brooklyn, New York. Bernadette now lives in Oregon with her husband and extended family, including two very spoiled dogs that have no communication problems. Bernadette is currently working on Book Two of The Leprechaun Trilogy.