Lucky in Love
Book 1 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.
Beau Luckadeau has always been lucky at cards, lucky with cattle, and lucky with land, but he's never been lucky in love...
Everything this hunky rancher...more
It was a cute but at times boring story. Millie was selfish and just irked me the wrong way, and Beau was just way "too goody shoes" for me.
Millie had a one night stand with Beau 2 years ago, she had his baby.. Now she is back, she has run into him, he has no idea who she is, he has held his own baby (which is supposed to be an exact replica of him) and he even commented on the baby's eyes which are the same color as his but it has yet to hit him that the baby is his?!? What are they feeding him ...more
For me, the book was so boring, I even skipped it up. The idea was good, I was tempted by the summary, but I was greatly disappointed by the outcome. The writing style was really confusing, and there were lots of plot hole. One time, Beau didn't remember Amanda, but he remembered Milli. What kind of amnesia was that? Or was there no amnesia at all? But then, why did he not recognize his own fiancee? Wh ...more
Jim Torres’s ranch, The Lazy Z, neighbor’s the Bar M. He had an accident and is recovering but needs help on the ...more
This is one that I've had on the shelf for many years, but it was a matter of when not if. I love the author's writing, her fun and heartwarming down home country charm romances. There are many on her back list that I still have left to read so I chose to start the first of the Lucky series.
Normally, I wait a bit longer before I call it quits on a story, but there are one or two elements that I won't read in a romance book because I rarely enjoy the story. It's actually a pretty scalding ...more
What got me interested was the actually the third book in the series, but since I don't like starting a series out of its place, I decided I like the plot of this one enough to give it a try.
The pacing was a little slow for me. I hoped the story picked up, but it was pretty steady throughout. What ...more
This book had a pretty good beginning. Struggling single mom disturbed by her past, meets a dense headed guy who is good looking.
The writing was okay but as the book went on it got progressively worse. The language between the characters was incredibly cheesy. No one talks like that. They started to sound like twelve year olds forcing swear words into conversation to sound cool. Lame. And If I ever see the word Darlin' again, I'm gonna pull my hair out. Freakin ...more
This is a fun r ...more
Milli is sassy. Just like I like 'em. Surprise, surprise! She also has a secret, one that she can't tell Beau. Who happens to be stubborn. And cranky. Perfect for the repartee that just rolls off the pages in this enter ...more
I might try another book from the series in the future but I'm in no rush. This might have something to do with the length of this novel (it seem ...more