Luck Be a Lady

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A shocking announcement at her cousin's Vegas wedding sends retro- loving librarian Megan West on a whirlwind tour across Nevada with brash cop Logan Doyle. It's the gamble-and perhaps love affair-of a lifetime...

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A shocking announcement at her cousin's Vegas wedding sends retro- loving librarian Megan West on a whirlwind tour across Nevada with brash cop Logan Doyle. It's the gamble-and perhaps love affair-of a lifetime...

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Librarian Megan West is stunned when she overhears that her long-thought-dead mother is anything but. So she sets off to find her in a wild trek across the Nevada desert, which leads to a brothel and a nearly deserted town and almost has her married, shotgun-style, to sexy cop Logan Doyle. And that's just the beginning! VERDICT Picking up where Mad, Bad and Blonde left off and filled with an assortment of odd yet engaging characters, this funny, madcap adventure is lively, sweetly sexy entertainment that fans won't want to miss. Linz lives in the Chicago area.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780425237830
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated
  • Publication date: 10/5/2010
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Pages: 304
  • Sales rank: 393,977
  • Product dimensions: 4.10 (w) x 6.70 (h) x 1.00 (d)

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  • Posted November 9, 2010

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    A delightbul book from page one

    Luck Be A Lady by Cathie Linz is another book for the keeper shelf.

    Librarian Megan West just wanted her cousin's wedding to be picture perfect. With Vegas as the venue what can go wrong? No sooner has the wedding started that someone is yelling stop the wedding. Sensible Megan takes matters into her own hands and tries to straighten out cop Logan Doyle. Seems Logan has shocking news that threatens Megan's beloved Grandmothers heart. But the conversation Megan overhears threatens her whole world.

    Logan wanted to save his grandfather from making a fool of himself. He interrupted the wrong wedding but somehow comes to the rescue of the alluring maid of honor. Logan is the first person Megan sees after she finds out her father lied to her all her life about her mother. Logan and Megan set out to find out the truth about Megan's mother.

    This road trip is an eye opening experience for them both. Megan learns who and what is really important to her. Logan learns to trust and open up to those that care about him.

    These two unlikely characters find a common ground and a relationship that is fun and sexy. This book will make you laugh, sigh and just hate for it to end. Cathie Linz's characters become friends you want to come stay and visit with for a while. I am looking forward to the next book from this entertaining author.

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  • Posted September 10, 2010

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    This direct sequel to Mad, Bad and Blonde is a likable contemporary romance

    In Las Vegas Megan West remains resolute that this time her cousin Faith will marry her new fiancé Caine Hunter whom she met after being jilted by text messaging when she went alone on her honeymoon in Italy (see Mad, Bad and Blonde). Everything is going smooth until angry police officer Logan Doyle rushes in to prevent the marriage. However, the fuming cop suddenly is taken aback when he sees a young hunk as the groom; he thought his grandfather was marrying Faith.

    During his bust, Megan learns that her mother, who her daddy said died years ago, is alive. She wants to confront her mother to find out the truth. A contrite Logan offers to help Megan with her quest to meet her mom. Their Nevada tour proves eye-opening for both of them as love blooms in the desert.

    This direct sequel to Mad, Bad and Blonde is a likable contemporary romance starring two amiable caring souls. The story line is a lighthearted romp as the duet falls in love. Although very linear with few bumps in the road, fans will enjoy Luck Be A Lady.

    Harriet Klausner

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