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Lucky's Lady by Tami Hoag
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Nov 24, 2012

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bookshelves: not-for-kids, romantic-suspense, released-through-bookcrossing
Read on March 15, 2011

I have read this twice, with enough time in between to forget most of it, and enjoyed it both times.
Lucky is a big Cajun brute, he actually is a really nice guy, but he looks like a big, dangerous man, which is always a good thing for a romance novel. Serena is a lady, good breeding, family in a historical house on a tobacco plantation for the past 200 years. She is now a psychologist (good thing as Lucky has some "issues") in Charleston. She has come back home for a vacation but found problems at home. In trying to find out what is going on she has to hire Lucky to take her in a pirogue into the swamps. Romance takes off from there. The reason Tami Hoag romance is better than most is because she can write well. This book is actually quite good for a romance.

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