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Posted November 17, 2004
Lucky Lamont escapes certain death when the stage coach an angered jilted ex¿s brother lock him in before sending over a cliff is rocketed back in time to the early 1900¿s where he is promptly hijacked into a forced marriage so Molly, the hellion daughter of another time traveler can lay claim to a prime piece of land, that coincidentally, will someday belong to Lucky¿s family. Her four brothers, who also want the land, are less than thrilled that she might win the bet to be the first one to marry and have a child. Further mitigating the situation is the fact that a rival neighbor with a huge secret, four daughters, and a yen for Molly¿s grandma is making trouble. There is also the whole Lucky is from the future issue- if he gets the chance, will he return to the present or stay with her in the past? Though for the most part amusing, and fairly entertaining, few of the characters has a consistency or goodness to make them enjoyable. The grandmother provides the most amusement, but all in all, the whole things seems contrived.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted March 2, 2014
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