From the back of the book:
Beau Hasn’t Got A Lick Of Sense When IT Comes To Women
Everything hunky rancher “Lucky” Beau Luckadeau touches turns into gold – except relationships. He’s gone and lost track of the woman of his dreams, and now he’s got himself tied up with a god-digger…
Milli Can Mend A Fence, Pull A Calf, Or Shoot A Rattlesnake Between The Eyes
When spitfire Milli Torres shows up to help out at the Lazy Z ranch, she’s horrified to find that her nearest neighbor is Beau Luckadeau – the very man she’d hoped never to lay eyes on again…
And if Beau ever figures out what really happened on that steamy Louisiana night when they first met, there’ll be the devil to pay…
This was a fun read. I loved the stubborn and brash Milli Torres. She is definitely not your average heroine. Beau is a great character too. Lucky in everything but love, he is willing to settle down with a woman who isn’t quite right for him. He has a vulnerable streak that isn’t seen in many alpha male characters and it is written so that it doesn’t take away from him “alphaness”. Their relationship gets off to a rocky start, but they both fight for love. The only thing that bothered me was both characters pattern of speech. Living in Oklahoma, where the book is set, I don’t know anyone who talks the way the characters do. Not a problem that takes away from the story at all, just a little thing that bothered me. Still, I can’t wait to read the next book in the series, ONE LUCKY COWBOY.
the book girl gives LUCKY IN LOVE a 4/5.
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