One Lucky Cowboy (Lucky #2)
Book 2 of the Lucky trilogy
From New York Times and USA Today-bestselling author Carolyn Brown comes a contemporary Western romance filled to the brim with sexy cowboys, gutsy heroines, and genuine down-home Texas twang.
Jane Day is on the run from a former fiancé who's out to kill her. In Wichita Falls, Texas, she meets Nellie Luckadeau, a spitfire of an old lady who de...more
I liked the beginning of this book, meeting the characters, learning about why the heroine is hiding from her fiance. I didn’t even mind the sniping and snipping between the hero and heroine. In the beginning anyway. That’s another story that will come later. The main problem with this book for me that started early is the di ...more
Quick bit about the story: Jane leaved right before her wedding when she discovers that her fiance is really an assassin hired to kill her before her 25th birthday when she will inherit her family's oil business. She gets off a ...more
This book was certainly convoluted, and the beginning was fun-I enjoyed the characters' banter and chemistry, but really it lost me at the end-the last few chapters were pretty terrible, and I ended up actually no ...more
She leaves in the middle of the night and fortune shines down on her hours later at a bus station. Nellie Luckadeau has been wanting to hire s ...more
Jane Day is on the run for her life. She has no where to go but forward. Just her luck, a nice lady invites Jane to come to the ranch. She can stay in exchange for helping ...more
Jane Day is on the run from a hired assassin and takes refuge on a ranch in Texas thanks to an older woman named Nellie, who hires her on as temporary help. Nellie’s grandson Slade Luckadeau on the other hand feels that his grandmother is asking for trouble by bringing home some stranger that they know nothing ab ...more
Complete with stereotyped bottle blondes with a few too many pounds and nasty little children that take after ...more
The plot and the characters were great though! I loved the action element. While I've never personally found arguing and bickering to fan the flames of desire, it was a great element here and done well. I also enjoyed the glimpse of the previous book's main charact ...more
This book was a free Kindle download I picked up 05/05/11 for the Why Buy the Cow? reading challenge.
-Kelly @ Reading the Paranormal