Archive for January 21st, 2010

Single mom Julie Donavan is looking for a place to start over. What she finds after buying a small house on five acres is nothing short of a nightmare.

Single dad “Lucky Griffin” Luckadeau has been crossing horns with his elderly neighbor for years. But when his daughter, Annie, decides she wants the new little girl who lives on the feuding property to be her friend, or better yet her sister, the sparks fly.

These two stubborn hotheads, who irritate each other beyond endurance, refuse to admit that it’s fate that brought them together. And running from the inevitable is only going to bring a double dose of misery…


Good morning everyone. Thank you for visiting with me today on my blog tour to promote Getting Lucky, the final book in the Lucky trilogy. Researching this series was so much fun that I’d like to share some of the things I found out with you.

I seldom write about any place that I haven’t been. I learned that lesson about ten years ago when I was writing a historical series set during the Oklahoma Land Rush. My heroine and three small children went swimming in the creek that runs through that part of the country. When I went up there the creek was nothing more than a muddy pool at the bottom of a red clay ditch. It certainly wasn’t the bubbling clear water creek that I’d imagined.

So in my research travels for the Lucky series I learned the following: (more…)

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