Tyler Family Saga
attracted trouble--and women--like a lightning rod. But the night he stepped in
to rescue a mysterious redhead in a seedy bar, he got more than he bargained
excited him, challenged him, drove him wild with desire--then vanished without
a trace. Lucky was desperate to find her, to brand her with his heat--and when
the police were called in to investigate a suspicious fire at Tyler Drilling,
his family business, he needed her for an alibi!
between anguish and ecstasy, Devon Haines tried to refuse Lucky's pleas for
help, but the reckless blue-eyed devil wouldn't take no as an answer from her
-- not when his touch could make her burn, could make her his.
old enemies, Lucky knew his only hope to clear himself rested on solving the
crime, but Devon feared when his innocence was proved, she would lose the
handsome cowboy who possessed her heart and soul Would the tragic vow that made
their love forbidden cost her forever in his arms?
Lucky is a reissue from the late 80's, but the style and the topics hold true
even in today's world. I loved the story line to all three books in the series
and this one is great for a first book to a series. Of the three I would say
the second is truly my favorite, but this one had it's charm. I liked Lucky's
character, it was the Devon who I got annoyed with at times.
have liked to see her character slightly stronger. Of course had she been she
might not have gotten into the fix she was in. I also kind of thought that
Lucky's denial of his feelings about wanting to get involved with Devon was
wishy-washy, but again where would the story be without it. Read this one now
and hopefully Sandra will get around to releasing Texas Chase! soon.