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Luck Be a Lady by Cathie Linz
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Feb 06, 11

really liked it
bookshelves: adult-fiction, chick-lit, library, romance
Read from December 29, 2010 to February 06, 2011

Oh those West girls!...cousins and fellow librarians Megan and Faith sure do get into a lot of 'big, hunky, men' trouble. When Logan Doyle bursts into Faith's wedding in Las Vegas with devastating news, Megan gets her dander up. But, not only is the news that Logan's gramps is still married (and inconveniently about to be married to Megan's grandmother), bad enough...Megan finds out that her supposedly dead mother is actually alive and well. Her father has lied to her all these years and kept her apart from her mother, or was it all his doing? Megan takes off with hunky Logan, a Chicago police detective, and they try to piece together the facts about her mom. It is evident she doesn't want to be found.

When the whole family gets back to Chicago, Logan and Megan have a on-again, off-again relationship that is full of sexual tension, heat, and creativity (if you get my drift). But Megan, although she thinks she is falling in love, is leery of Logan's standoffishness. His nightmares and lack of attentiveness at times is infuriating. Finally, Megan finds out the truth about her mom, Logan deals with his feelings of guilt, and the two find a way to help each other...and a can of whipped cream and strawberries makes everything seem better! I know I'll never look at whipped cream again without the images of Logan and Megan and their escapades coming through! This is one fun, romantic story about a sexy Chicago librarian.
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