Lightning Only Strikes Twice

Lightning Only Strikes Twice

by Stanalei Fletcher

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After her grandfather's death, mounting debts force Annie Crawford to sell her inheritance to uphold her family's honor and avoid bankruptcy. Financial stability comes with an even higher price: her heritage. She must rebuild her legacy from nothing.

Purchasing Annie's property means three things to Luke Maxwell: financial burden on Maxwell Development, opportunity to propel his career to the top by developing the old ghost town, and, ultimately, approval to take over his father's company. All of which take precedence over his attraction to the pretty seller.

While touring the property, Annie and Luke are whisked back in time to the 1891 mining community. Together, they endure antiquated hardships and turn to each other for familiarity. Comfort soon becomes passion. As they face a lifetime in the wrong century, Annie and Luke discover a predestined responsibility to the future. Can the love they've propagated in the past take root in the present?

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BN ID: 2940016266497
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Publication date: 03/07/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 344
File size: 1 MB

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Lightning Only Strikes Twice 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
jeanniezelos More than 1 year ago
Lightning Only Strikes Twice, Stanalei Fletcher Review from Jeannie Zelos book reviews Genre:Romance I liked the sound of this, but found it a little...dull :-(  I didn't really feel any chemistry between Luke and Annie, either in the past or the present. I did enjoy their time in the past, meeting the other characters, but found it odd how accepting the townsfolk were of two strangers arriving out of the blue. Also given they arrived with nothing except their clothes how on earth did Luke get to be in the position he did, he seemed to be pretty much what he was in the present, some kind of wealthy building contractor.  I quite enjoyed the double twist at the end, but the shaman was a bit of an oddity - came in, did a couple of mysterious things and disappeared. I felt his presence very weird, as if he was brought in for a sole purpose and I hate that kind of ploy in a story. I did wonder too, where did Luke disappear to when he went to search for him and was missing? No-one, not even Annie, seemed to wonder where he'd been.  Its an interesting premise but lack of real emotion, and too many oddities for me to rate higher than a three, OK read but not one to keep.  Stars: Three, barely. An interesting idea but one that didn't hold me for long.  ARC supplied for review purposes by Netgalley and Publishers